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Task cards are a great way to break up the monotony of worksheets. In fact, depending on the set-up of the task cards, teachers can offer personalization and student choice all while using the same cards over and over.
Product: Common Core Critical Thinking Task Cards
– 47 Common Core Aligned Constructed Response Task Cards
– Student Task Tracker Sheets – Turn In
– Student Task Activity Sheet
– Student Task Tracker – Personal
– 4 point rubric
**Ways to Use the Cards**
Place students in stations. Each station can represent a different standard. Have students choose cards to work on, or you can assign cards. Allow students to work independently and switch cards, or have students work together on each card.
Assign the number of cards you want completed prior to students beginning the task(s).
For more ideas on student groups, click HERE.
Classwork: Assign students specific standards to work on based on data you have accumulated through formative assessments.
Homework: Assign students additional practice at home with a few task cards.
Student Choice: Allow students to choose task cards based on skills they need to work on, or activities they are interested in completing.
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