This exit ticket template gauges how well students understand a lesson topic in “bars” akin to those that measure phone service signals. Have students fill it out at the end of a class period to determine what concepts you need to revisit in the next lesson. Explore a lesson plan that uses a How Many Bars? Exit Ticket.
Students discuss the first half of Bethany Morrow’s short story “As You Were” and create character maps as a way of exploring the character of Ebony’s identity and sense of belonging in her school community.
Through continued reflection on the short story “As You Were,” students consider the factors that impact power and agency in moments of decision-making and explore the possibilities and limitations of justice and reconciliation.
Explore our bank of essential questions for a coming-of-age literature unit and engage with activities in the Educator Workbook to align your essential questions with your learning outcomes and passages from the text.