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Summary and Reflection One type of formative assessment is summary and reflection. In summary and reflection, as with all formative assessments, the teacher is given information as to the student’s cognitive progress. The activity chosen for summary and reflection is the Exit Cards. Students are asked to summarize the lesson in one sentence and write it on a notecard. At the end of class, the student turns in the card to the teacher. The teacher will use the card to help plan the next day’s lesson. The teacher can start the student out with a sentence they would finish. Examples of these are: Today I learned . . . Tomorrow I need . . . The first thing that I will share with my parents is . . . A theme song for our work today would be . . . The most important thing I learned today is . . . and example of this is. . . (Welman, Chapman, & Kagan, 2016) To plan for this activity, the teacher would need to have note cards or paper with the suggested sentences printed. At the beginning of the lesson, the students should be informed that
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