We were working on inflectional endings with verbs ending in -ed. The -ed endings can be tricky to read. I have a lot of English language learners and this visual helps them to understand the correct enunciation of the word. The chart shows and tells the kids exactly how to say the -ed ending.
We practiced together using our white boards. On the upper corner, I wanted them to write what sound the -ed made to help them remember how to read the word.
Finally, I had the kids do one to check for understanding. Each child received a different verb card. (I love these cards!) I made sure to give each student a card which they could read. They shared their learning with the class and I monitored who got it or who needed more help.
It appears that everyone is getting the lesson. Success!
Exit slips are one or two questions about any topic that provide immediate information to both the teacher and student about student learning. I like how it provides immediate feedback. What I love about this example, is that you need very little tools. If you would like to read more about exit slips, read more here.
Happy Learning and Teaching!