Positional words are vocabulary words that describe the position or location of objects in relation to other objects. They help us understand where something is located or how it is positioned.
Teaching positional words using real-life examples is a great way to make the concept more relatable and engaging for students. You can use everyday objects or classroom materials to demonstrate different positions and ask students to describe them using the appropriate positional word.
The exit slip serves as a quick assessment tool to gauge students' understanding of positional words. It allows the teacher to identify any misconceptions or areas where students may need additional support.