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Student Name Here Teacher Name Here Class Period Student designs front cover to reflect standards/concepts that will be learned in class this year. Interactive Science Notebook.

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Interactive science notebook

Student Name Here

Teacher Name Here

Class Period

Student designs front cover to reflect standards/concepts that will be learned in class this year.

Interactive Science Notebook


The interactive notebook explained

Interactive notebooks will be used to help you remember important scientific concepts. This notebook style uses the right and left brain hemispheres to help you sort, categorize and remember. You are able to creatively interact with the new knowledge you are gaining.

Left Side Rules: Every left side page is used.

Use color.

Personalize the information.

Ties to previous learning.

Reorganizes information into creative formats.

Right Side Rules: Start the page with the date and title at the top.

Right sides used for information given in class.

Teacher provides this new information.

The Interactive Notebook Explained…...


Interactive science notebook left side the output right side the input

Brainstorming important scientific concepts. This notebook style uses the right and left brain hemispheres to help you sort, categorize and remember. You are able to creatively interact with the new knowledge you are gaining.

Discovery headlines

Biography posters

Concept maps

Your questions

Cartoons

Foursquare analogies and metaphors

Data and graphs you generate

Analysis writing

Mnemonics

Poetry and songs

Other creative avenues for processing information

SOAL: Sum of All Learned

Paraphrase or clarify Items

Drawing, photo, sketch or magazine picture that illustrates the concept, idea or facts

Pose questions about the information

Form and express and opinion

Predict outcomes or next steps

Formulate and record a contrary perspective

Write a reflection on the information or experience

Find a quote that connects to the concept

Make connections between the information/text and your own life/another text/the real world

Notes on a mini-lesson

Notes on a lecture

Notes on assigned reading

Notes/story map on video

Notes/story map on read aloud

Notes from a small or large group discussion

Copied excerpt of a text

Collaborative group process material

Notes and Assignments from a webquest

Notes from a fieldtrip

Worksheet information

Quiz or test review

Vocabulary Words

Guest Speaker

Teacher Questions

Textbook Questions

Interactive Science NotebookLeft Side: The Output Right Side: The Input


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