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WELCOME Seventh Grade Science Mrs. Dobbs SETTING UP YOUR OWN SCIENTIFIC NOTEOOK YOUR NOTEBOOK SHOULD HAVE THESE SECTIONS: COVER TITLE PAGE TABLE OF CONTENTS CONTENT PAGES BELL WORK REFERENCE APPENDIX GLOSSARY LET’S TALK ABOUT EACH PART COVER

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WELCOME

Seventh Grade

Science

Mrs. Dobbs


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SETTING UP YOUR OWN SCIENTIFIC NOTEOOK

  • YOUR NOTEBOOK SHOULD HAVE THESE SECTIONS:

  • COVER

  • TITLE PAGE

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • CONTENT PAGES

  • BELL WORK

  • REFERENCE

  • APPENDIX

  • GLOSSARY



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COVER

1. Can be personalized to express your interests or your character

2. Needs to reflect the context of this class

3. Needs to be colorful

4. Needs to have your first/last name,

Teacher, Hour


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TITLE PAGE

  • Inside front cover

  • Think of a title (like your were

    naming a book)

  • Express your……

PERSONALITY


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Inside first 2 pages (front and back)


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SAMPLE LESSON PAGE

Upper left Upper right

  • DATE PAGE # LESSON NAME

  • Notes, handouts, data tables, graphs, worksheets, etc. are put on the rest of the page.


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REFERENCE PAGE

  • Last back page

  • Make the first entry our e-mail addresses


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APPENDIX

  • Count 5 pages (front and back) from the reference page.

  • Use these pages for items like progress reports, project rubrics, science lab contract, etc.

  • Use for any other items that are specified by the teacher.


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GLOSSARY

  • Located in front of the appendix section

  • 5 pages (front and back)

  • All the vocabulary words will be put on these pages by lesson.


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BELL WORK

  • COUNT 3 PAGES (FRONT AND BACK) FROM THE GLOSSARY

  • LABEL IT BELL WORK



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WRITING IN SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

  • The laboratory notebook is:

    • A place to record what you see and do

    • A place to record what you THINK about what you see and do

    • A place to ask questions about experiences

    • A place for your data and thoughts about it so that it is available for recall and use at a later time

    • A place to put inquiries, as part of the inquiry process, which aid you in organizing your thoughts, interpreting results, or preparing for further inquiry

    • Essential, it must be “on the bench”, open and ready, before work can begin

    • A very important silent partner in an ongoing research effort


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WRITING IN SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

  • The laboratory notebook is NOT:

    • A diary…..

    • A journal

    • An “English” paper


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Writing in Science & Technology

  • Why do scientists/technologists write?

    • To communicate ideas or convey information

    • To think, learn, explore, or discover new ideas


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19th century Einstein’s notes

student notebook


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LET’S SUMMARIZE

  • Characteristics of a

  • scientist’s notebook

  • How scientists use

  • their notebooks

  • Scientists record the

  • time as well as the date

  • Scientists read notebooks of other scientists

  • Scientists only write

  • in their notebooks

  • Scientists encourage

  • investigation partners

  • to read their notebooks

  • Scientists record ideas they get from others-but they give credit

  • Is individual in nature

  • Includes what works and

  • what does not work

  • Includes text, data,

  • drawings, charts, graphs

  • Gives information and asks

  • questions

  • Entries are a record of

  • thoughts at the time, and

  • are not “corrected” later

  • Newer ideas are added

  • as another entry


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Scientists Do’s and Don’ts forKeeping Legal Lab Notebooks

  • Do use bound books

  • Do sign and date

  • Do use ink

  • Don’t leave blank spaces

  • Don’t modify by erasing

  • Do use past tense

  • Do explain abbreviations

  • Do staple/glue attachments

  • Don’t remove originals

  • Do outline new experiments

  • Do record lab meeting discussions

  • Do provide detail

  • Do track notebooks

  • Do save completed notebooks


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