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#### No Exit Study Questions

In this online interactive literature instructional activity, students respond to 8 short answer and essay questions about Jean-Paul Sartre's No Exit. Students may check some of their answers online

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#### Exit Ticket 3.OA.9

Find the number that doesn't belong in the pattern, in a simple exit ticket task. Hand the learning exercise to your class members as they walk out of the door in order to test their understanding of multiples; specifically multiples of...

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#### Exit Ticket Ideas: Math

Take advantage of every second you have to expose learners to math concepts using these exit ticket ideas. Five plans give quick and easy assessment strategies after math activities, and take little to no preparation. For example, before...

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#### Exit Ticket 3.OA.9

Challenge your mathematicians all the way to the door! A simple word problem empowers learners to utilize words, symbols, numbers, and drawings to explain how arithmetic patterns can be used to help solve a multiplication problem. Class...

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#### Student Clicker - Socrative

Ask your class a question, and they can submit their responses in no time. Just like that, their work has been sent to you for review. Try out this super-simple app to increase engagement and inform instruction.

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#### Exit Ticket 3.MD.5

Intended for use as an exit ticket, this worksheet can be used as an extension to a lesson, test, or even homework. Learners complete three tasks that involve finding the area of a figure in square units. Young mathematicians can be...

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#### Exit Ticket 3.MD.1

A single word problem asks young scholars to calculate the amount of time it takes an airplane to travel from one airport to the next. Use it as an exit ticket to see what pupils know or don't know about calculating time intervals. Blank...

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#### No Bullying Allowed

Through discussion, role play, read-alouds, writing, and more, scholars explore the concept of bullying and practice having courage while responsibly reporting unfriendly behavior. Friendship and respect are practiced and encouraged. ...

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#### Writing Task 6.EE.2 Item 3

Wondering how well your students can solve algebraic equations, but don't have time for a long assessment? Look no further than this simple exit card. Given both a division and multiplication equation, learners must solve for each...

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#### Ratio and Proportion

Do these items have the same ratio? Through a learning contract, pupils master proportions by practicing proportions via word problems, graphs, and with manipulatives. An exit ticket checks for understanding at the end of the...

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#### Introducing “If” and Noting Notices and Wonders of the First Stanza

After reading chapter 14 of the story Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis, scholars take part in a read aloud of the poem If by Rudyard Kipling and compare it to the reading of Bud, Not Buddy. Learners then go deeper into the poem...

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#### ZipGrade

Imagine using your smart phone or tablet to grade a class set of quizzes in less than a minute. Imagine getting immediate results and being able to give immediate feedback. No hunting for scantrons. No waiting in line for the scantron...

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#### October: Fire Prevention Week

Students explore, examine and study about Fire Prevention Week. They review why we cover fire safety, plan a review of mapping skills and map out and illustrate how the students should exit in case of a fire in the building. Each student...

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#### Application Task 6.EE.8

Don't break the trampoline! Provided with conditions regarding the use of a trampoline and the weight of the three people already on it, young mathematicians must create and graph an inequality representing the possible weight of the...

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#### To Give In or Not to Give In—That Is the Question!

No! A very simple word that can be very hard to say. Seventh graders have an opportunity to practice this difficult skill as they engage in a series of role-playing scenarios. As an exit ticket, 7th graders write a reflection on the...

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#### Exit Ticket 3.OA.1

Young mathematicians are asked to complete a simple multiplication task before they leave the class. One ticket contains two problems in which pupils are directed to draw an array to represent each equation so that they can find the...

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#### Virtual Heart

No more beating the pavement to find a virtual model of the human heart. See one in continual real-time motion, and layer it to highlight electrical impulses, blood flow, and valve activity.

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#### Families of Parallel Lines and the Circumference of the Earth

How do you fit a tape measure around the Earth? No need if you know a little geometry! Pupils begin by extending their understanding of the Side Splitter Theorem to a transversal cut by parallel lines. Once they identify the proportional...

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#### What Is Area?

What if I can no longer justify area by counting squares? Lead a class discussion to find the area of a rectangular region with irrational side lengths. The class continues on with the idea of lower approximations and upper...

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#### Exploring Cavalieri's Principle

There's no need to mention Cavalieri's principle obliquely. Individuals investigate the relationships between the volumes of right and oblique three-dimensional solids. Application of Cavalieri's principle helps them calculate volumes of...

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#### Characterization and Enemy Pie

With the help of a presentation, multiple readings, and the completion of a graphic organizer, scholars examine character traits to better understand the story, Enemy Pie by Derek Munson. After gathering evidence with a focus on one...

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#### Empathy and Friendship

Instill the importance of empathy with a lesson that tasks scholars to role-play a scenario in which they exhibit the desired behavior towards their peers. Small groups work collaboratively to create a skit in response to a specific...

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#### Whose Is It?

Possessive adjectives are the focus of a lesson designed for first through third-grade learners. A discussion and quick practice open the lesson. An interactive worksheet guides scholars through the learning process via fill-in-the-blank...

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#### Listening Exercise

Active listening is key to interacting with others in a way that shows respect. To develop their skill as listeners, high schoolers first play the "Telephone Game" to demonstrate some of the problems that arise in communication. Pairs...