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Math Interactive Student Notebook A Key Element to Success in Math Class with Mrs. Sanders This is a modified PowerPoint of a PowerPoint originally shared by Melinda Gannon. Have you ever heard yourself say . . . I can't find my . . . notes, homework, old quizzes . . .

Math Interactive Student Notebook

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Math Interactive Student Notebook

A Key Element to Success

in Math Class with Mrs. Sanders

This is a modified PowerPoint of a PowerPoint originally shared by Melinda Gannon.

I can't find my . . .

notes, homework, old quizzes . . .

I can't remember what

we did in class yesterday.

I'm sure its in . . .

my locker . . .

my book bag . . .

my room . . .

I was absent last week, did I miss anything?

Interactive

Notebook!

- A personalized, clear textbook
- A working portfolio -- all of your notes, classwork, etc. -- in one convenient spot

LEFT SIDE

RIGHT SIDE

Right side items are the student’s . . .

REFLECTIONS

Left side items are items from the teacher and text to be . . .

LEARNED

- Left is for learnablecontent!
- The left side “belongs” to Mrs. Sanders and the text.
- The left side has “testable” information.

- Notes, usually in the Cornell note-taking format
- Handouts
- Graphic organizers
- Example problems worked out with written “running” commentary
- Content to go on a math foldable

- The right is for “reflection.”
- The right side belongs to YOU!
- The right side is where you record your PROCESSINGofthe teacher-provided notes, handouts, etc. (i.e. of the left side items).

- Guided practice
- Graphic organizers
- Foldables
- Your re-writing of notes into your own language and/or with illustrations

- Math journal entries (e.g. about real-world math, about the assigned Internet math practice homework)
- Creative math memory hooks
- Mental math models (e.g. a story about “good guys leaving” and “bad guys leaving” to explain pos/neg integer multiplication)

NOTE: These are graded by detailed rubrics.

- math riddles (especially for geometry)
- student-created math games requiring math expertise (both to create and play the game; can involve dice, spinners, etc.)
- poems/raps to aid memory of concepts or algorithms
- etc.

source: http://ideasite.net/math/

. . . in your own language!

source:

http://ideasite.net/math/

- Math textbook
- One-inch binder(math-class-only)
- M.I.S.N. =a plastic or laminatedbradded folder with pockets, filled with120 pages of loose leaf paper
- Your own “whiteboard” (i.e. a sheet of white cardstock in a heavy duty sheet protector)
- pencil bag of supplies (see next slide)

- Pencils
- Mechanical pencil sharpener (must catch its own shavings)
- Whiteboard marker, map pencils, red grading pen
- Scissors, protractor, compass, glue, calculator

- IMPORTANT: To help it last and keep it from getting lost, store your interactive notebook safely away in the FRONT POCKET of your Math-Class-Only Binder.
- Date and number each page (L1, R1, L2, R2, L3, etc.).
- No doodling that doesn’t relate to notes
- No ripped out pages or torn corners

Can you mentally fill in the blanks below and mentally “circle” the correct words?

The right side is for

_____________.

It is for input/output.

(circle one) from the _________.

The left side is for

_______ _______.

It is for input/output.

(circle one) from the _________.