PARTS OF A STORY EXIT TICKET • What is the difference between rising action and falling action? • How do you know when you’ve reached the climax? • Does the main character always get what they want in the resolution?
EPIC TALE/QUEST EXIT TICKET • What is an epic tale? • What are two elements of an epic tale?
PLOT EXIT TICKET • Describe how the setting influences the plot. • How does the development of the characters advance the plot? • Have students answer these questions on a note card. This is their exit ticket to get out of class.
POV EXIT TICKET • What is the difference between omniscient and limited? • How does a reader get to know their character in first person POV opposed to third person omniscient? • Explain the difference between first person POV and third person limited.
THEME EXIT TICKET • What is a theme? • How is it possible for an author to include more than one theme? • How do the characters show the theme throughout a story?
THEME V. MESSAGE EXIT TICKET • What is author’s purpose? • What is theme? • How are they different in regards to the author’s approach to both?
SUMMARY EXIT TICKET • What three parts do you need in a summary? • How long should a summary be? • Are summaries used in fiction, nonfiction, or both?
CONNECTIONS EXIT TICKET • How can we make connections between texts? • How do connections deepen our comprehension in a text? • How can you use connections in the real world?
READING V. WRITING EXIT TICKET • How are reading and writing connected? • How does being a reader make us a better writer? • How does being a writer make us a better reader?
Autobiography v. Fictional Adaptation Exit Ticket • What is an autobiography? • What is a fictional adaptation? • What are three differences between the two?