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Setting up your Biology Notebook. 2012-2013. 1 st Page. In the top right hand corner of the page First and last name Class Period Centered on the page “Biology Topics” Two columns: Date Unit. Page Numbering. Starting with the number “1”, neatly number EVERY page in the very top corner.

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Setting up your biology notebook

Setting up your Biology Notebook

2012-2013


1 st page

1st Page

  • In the top right hand corner of the page

    • First and last name

    • Class Period

  • Centered on the page “Biology Topics”

    • Two columns:

      • Date

      • Unit


Page numbering

Page Numbering

  • Starting with the number “1”, neatly number EVERY page in the very top corner


Table of contents

Table of Contents

  • Title pages 1, 2 and 3 “Table of Contents”

  • Create table as shown


Page 4 beyond

Page 4 & Beyond

  • Each page from this point on needs to have a date below the page number

  • Odd numbered pages (right side) are for information that shows “Understanding Science Concepts”: Outline Notes, Power Point Notes, Textbook Assignments

  • Or “Scientific Thinking”: Lab/Activity Reports


Left pages

Left Pages

  • These are for doing something with the information you learned

    • Concept Maps, Foldables, Graphic Organizers, Diagrams, Poems/Songs, Cartoons/Caricatures, Flashcard pockets, Outcome sentences: “I learned … I wonder … The important thing about … I am surprised that … I rediscovered”, “Wanted” Posters (famous/important people), Graphs, Notes from research, IVFs, 3.8s, Mnemonic devices, Process Descriptions


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