Exit Tickets in Spanish Class {Teaching Strategies}

Tuesday, August 5, 2014
The "Exit Ticket" is a technique used by many teachers in different subjects. It's usually utilized at the end of the class before the students leave your classroom. It is used as a way to check for understanding, to clarify concepts in preparation for the following class, or as a way to assess students. Students may respond to questions about the class, list what they remember, ask the teacher questions, and so on.

I have used this technique in my classes, but have usually just done it orally. I typically line up my students and ask simple questions related to the topic we've focused on in class. For example, I might show a flash card and ask a student to name the picture on the card or ask a question about it. The only way a student may leave the classroom is by responding to my question. Taking it a step further beyond oral delivery, using the "Exit Ticket" on a paper allows students to practice their writing skills and can in some cases be a faster and more efficient way to end the activity.


I have included a template of the "Exit Ticket" I plan to use. You can customize according to your needs.

*Tiquete is used in Colombia and other Spanish speaking countries. See RAE for reference. 

Download your free template HERE!

Enjoy,
Carolina




5 comments:

  1. Carito, Me encanta el diseño de ese ticket! Estoy usando 'entrance tickets' cuando entran los alumnos de cuarto grado a mi salón como actividad de practicar vocabulario así como se usa los exit tickets. Sale muy bien ésta tipa de actividad! ~Julie

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  2. Genial, voy a usarlos como ticket para acumular puntos y a final de curso obtener beneficios. Gracias

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  3. Debe ser boleto o billete; tíquete es Spanglish. ¿no?

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    1. ¡Gracias por escribir! En un anglicismo que es usado en muchos lugares en América Latina. La Real Academia Española lo ha aceptado: http://dle.rae.es/?id=Zpn6VMN
      Es muy usado en Colombia.

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