choose who gets which card.
directive per card helps students focus.
students or groups of students are working through a set of cards, they set
their own pacing.
cards can have suggested answers or clues, while others are more open-ended.
students or groups can do one or more depending on their needs.
prepare individually first before small or whole group discussion.
whole group discussion.
require students to produce a larger product together.
traditional games (board games, card games, beach ball toss, etc.) with task
cards for your subject.
and in order to take a
turn, each student had to
answer a question on one of the cards. The rest of the group had to agree
with the answer before they could move on.
or students could also have a recording sheet that they turn in or use as a study guide.
Walks, Scavenger Hunts, Quests
are posted around the room/hall.
students certain numbers to complete, or do them all.
down one and work with it.
matching items or pairs.
**Bonus: Going green with task cards
Google Docs in the lab, group device, or on their own devices
response systems or on their own devices
•Kahoot for whole class
share task card work.
Comment below to share how you use task cards!