I incorporated "One Minute Paper" classroom assessment technique by K. Patricia Cross (1993) into ENG091 classroom learning during the entire semester of Fall 2017. By far, this class had the most diverse student population that was comprised of: Junior ACE (high school dual students), traditional first year underprepared students, Adult Re-entry students, and students with disability. To ensure their course success, I mirrored my ENG101 curriculum with just a few exceptions. I have seen the great effect by incorporating this simple assessment tool, to not only be able to assess their level of understanding of my instructions, but also to learn about the "muddiest" point of the instructions to improve my instructional practice. The "bonus" part of using this simple "One Minute Paper" is that the students had one more chance to ask me questions, especially those who were shy and introverted. Because of this formative assessment, by the end of the semester, I received "zero" questions/complaints from my ENG091 students (see attached for multiple measures).