Since I’m teacher a much lower group this year, I wanted application problems for them but with a little less challenge so they could be successful. Here are the two I have created for them so far. Working with a partner, they have been able to use the calculator and find the answers.
Surface Area of Prisms and Cylinders
Surface Area of Pyramids and Cones
There it is. Hopefully this will help you create a fun and applicable learning experience for you students.
Here is another set of exit tickets for you to use.
This set covers polygons and the parallelogram family. I also teach quadrilateral coordinate proofs during this unit. There isn’t an exit ticket for that section. A long time ago I found this project called White Beards Treasure. I love this activity, however, kids will Google it and the answers are online. To avoid this, I have changed our prompt many times. When I taught this during November I changed it to the Turkey Trot. This time I changed it to Sue the Dinosaur.
As promised last week, here are some exit tickets that you can use with a Similarity Unit in Geometry. Just a reminder of how I use these. I give feedback on each submission and have students work on them until they are correct. I love doing this with the comment feature in Google Slides. In Canvas, I am using the Google Assignments LTI so it looks just like Google Classroom.
Now, you might not want my Bitmoji on your slides. I mean, she’s cute, but I get it! You can go to view-master and change the Bitmoji there. I changed my jacket color for each day. One student told me he was excited each day during the lesson to see what color the jacket would be but slightly less excited about the math. 😂 Whatever gets them there!