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Expressive & Receptive Language for Workplace Communication: Exit Ticket (Part 2)

During Part 2 of the Exit Ticket in a Digitability lesson, the foundations of critical workplace behaviors are laid through the practice giving and receiving feedback. During this portion of the lesson, teachers prompt students using any number of our Differentiated resources to increase expressive and receptive language abilities based on individual student need.

Using resources like the Giving/Receiving Feedback for Workplace Communication Rubric during Part 2 of the Exit Ticket, teachers are able to evaluate and track students' progress in their personal expressive and receptive language communication goals.

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Expressive & Receptive Language Development: Informal Assessment. 

Teachers use verbal prompting to develop expressive and receptive language by using the phrase "what did the video say?" Learn more

 

Classroom Social Economy: Informal Assessment

Teachers use the Social Economy dollar system by using the phrase, "For a Participation Dollar” Learn More

 

Literacy & Language: Informal Assessment

During the Informal Assessment, teachers prompt the whole class to say the key concept together. Learn More

 

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 -Jane Cordero, M. Ed., Secondary Special Education Coordinator at Hill-Freedman World Academy.