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Interactive Notebooks. Mr. Williamson. Interactive Notebook Cover. Interactive Notebook Mr. Williamson’s Class 2013-2014 3-4 Quarter Name________________________ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

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Interactive notebooks

Interactive Notebooks

Mr. Williamson


Interactive notebook cover
Interactive Notebook Cover

Interactive Notebook

Mr. Williamson’s Class

2013-2014

3-4 Quarter

Name________________________

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*add the above to the cover of your notebook along with a creative cover


Interactive notebook scoring rubric
Interactive Notebook Scoring Rubric

have all expectations (daily objectives, titles, page numbers, Table of Contents, notes attached, highlighting, activities) completed with details and quality (neat & organized).

have one or two missing expectations but what is completed is detailed

and quality.

have more than two missing expectations, what is completed isn’t detailed or quality.


Getting Started

  • Author Page (put this at the top of the page)

  • Where?First Page of Notebook

  • It should include the following: 5 sentences about the author and a picture of the author.


Interactive notebook policies
Interactive Notebook Policies

  • Care and up keep of the notebook is the students responsibility. Students are expected to have their notebook DAILY!!

  • Notebooks will be graded at least once per unit of study and students will receive a 2 day warning prior to a notebook check.

  • When a student is absent, they are responsible for making up what was added to the notebook (See Mr. Williamson’s teacher page).


Table of Contents

Table of Contents (put this at the top of the Page)

  • Skip 5 pages (back to back) right after the Author Page

  • Table of Contents should include the page number, topic of the day, and date

  • Example

    1 Primary & Secondary Sources 8/6

  • Students will be expected to keep up on this on a daily basis!!



Input output
Input & Output

Teacher Created

Right

Left

Student Created


  • Highlighting System

  • Key Words/Vocabulary/People or

  • Dates

  • Locations

  • Students are expected to highlight daily

  • Grading

  • Student can go back and Repaired your notebooks to improve their grade – see Scoring Rubric for scoring.


Why do this
Why do this???

  • Discuss this with your partner


  • Why Interactive Notebooks engage students:

  • • Students use both their visual and linguistic intelligences

  • • Note taking becomes an active process. These notebooks invite students to become engaged in their learning

  • • Notebooks help students to systematically organize as they learn. With the teacher’s encouragement, students can used their notebooks to record ideas about every activity they engage in during a unit. Have them use a variety of organization techniques-topic headings, colored highlights, different writing styles-to synthesize historical concepts and make coherence of what they learn.

  • • Notebooks become a portfolio on individual learning. These personal, creative notebooks become a record of each student’s growth. The teacher, students, and even parents can review a student’s progress in writing, illustrating, recording, thinking, and organization skills.


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