Towards the end of a lesson, I ask my class to hold up the card with their finger over the color that represents their stage of learning.
Each color is tied to a specific phrase.
Red means: "I really don't understand. My learning stopped when......."
Yellow means: "I'm starting to get it. I still don't understand ......."
Green means: I understand it well. I would like to know more about......"
These can be used as exit tickets where students have to write out the answers to whatever color they chose. Once students are adept at pinpointing where they are in the learning process, they can begin to verbalize it - making it easier for us to adjust our instruction.
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