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Total Pages: 27 pages
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Teaching Duration: 1 Year
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365 Attendance Questions

Use these 365 Attendance Questions to help build your classroom community and help with your classroom management. Teachers are provided with an editable Google Doc or PDF format with 365 daily attendance questions to use in their middle or high school classrooms. The questions can be answered orally or in writing. Remove the daily chore of having to think of a new attendance question with these ready-to-go prompts.

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Resource Includes:

  • Detailed Instructions
  • 365 Attendance Questions
  • Editable Google Docs Format
  • PDF Format
  • Participation Tracker

Ways To Use Daily Attendance Questions

  1. During roll call, students can give their answer instead of their name.
  2. You can have a tally chart on the whiteboard where students put a tally under their answers for yes or no or this or that type of questions.
  3. If you have a physical check-in system like clothes pins or magnetic names, have students move their names to the answer.
  4. On your daily slideshow as a conversation starter. You may select a few students randomly to share their or their seatmate’s answer. This holds students accountable and keeps them focused as they enter the classroom.
  5. These could also be used during the last five minutes of class as students are getting ready to go to another class, getting ready for lunch, or preparing to leave for the day.

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