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You can do this, or you can have your students help. Decide on a color for a 5 in voice, a 3 in voice, and a 1 in voice. (You can do 2 and 4 also.) For example, a 5 might be red, a 3 might be pink, and a 1 might be beige. 

Laminate construction paper of the appropriate colors and cut the paper into squares. Hole punch the upper left corner of each square. Create response card sets by putting one square of each color on a key ring. 

Now when you read papers to score or evaluate, the students can respond with a color instead of a number.


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