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  1. How to use yourINTERACTIVE SCIENCE NOTEBOOK “Your Key To Success in Science”

  2. BIOLOGY NOTEBOOK YOUR NAME Biology – Mrs. McCarter Period 2013-2014

  3. What is an interactive Science Notebook? It is a portfolio of your work in ONE convenient spot. This is great for studying for upcoming quizzes & tests It is a great ORGANIZATIONAL tool that gives you permission to be CREATIVEin your responses without "messing up" your notes. It allows you to THINK, RECORD AND REFLECT like a REAL SCIENTIST!

  4. REAL Scientists Use Notebooks...

  5. REAL Scientists Use Notebooks... LEO DAVINCI DIAN F OSSEY

  6. The notebook is divided into TWO sections. LEFT side, RIGHT side- WHICH side? The Left SIDE is for “LEARNING” and contains information given by Mrs. McCarter. Ex. Warm up questions, notes from class discussions, power points, text notes, videos, labs. The Right SIDE is for your “REFLECTION, AND REVIEW.” This is the side that you can use to show me your creativity. This is the “output” or product side. Ex. Diagrams, flow charts, vocabulary, foldable notes, cartoons, clock questions, etc.

  7. LEFT side “learning” INFORMATION = INPUT RIGHT side is “reflection & review” = STUDENT OUTPUT The notebook is divided into TWO sections.

  8. LEFT side = LEARNING • The LEFT SIDE should only contain information given or “input” from Mrs. McCarter. • The LEFT SIDE contains all the TESTABLE material. ODD pages = 1, 3, 5, 7 etc.

  9. Examples of LEFT side Input: Notes from: Powerpoint notes Notes about class discussions Text Notes Movie/Video Article Readings Vocabulary words Lab procedures Study Guides Important Handouts

  10. Examples of LEFT side Input:

  11. RIGHT side = REFLECTION The RIGHT SIDE belongs to you. On this page you may include clock questions, diagrams, cartoons, drawings, poems, foldables, etc. Let your CREATIVITY go wild! EVEN pages = 2, 4, 6, 8 etc.

  12. The day’s activity is placed on the RIGHT or OUTPUT side of the notebook. This section acts as a REVIEW for the LEFT or INPUT side. This side entails hands on, tactile learning.

  13. Examples of RIGHT side REFLECTIONS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BE AS CREATIVE AS YOU WANT TO BE Graphic Organizers Drawings/Illustrations Poems, Rap Songs Cartoons/Comics Lab Analysis Clock ?s Teach Your Parent

  14. Examples of RIGHT side REFLECTIONS

  15. Examples of RIGHT side REFLECTIONS

  16. Examples of RIGHT side REFLECTIONS

  17. Examples of RIGHT side REFLECTIONS

  18. MORE Output Explanation A) What is a Clock Question? • A Clock Question is a way to review left side material-what we learned in previous lessons. • There are 12 clock questions to choose from. See “The RIGHT SIDE” in your instruction sheet.

  19. What students say about Notebooking... “It is easy to do and worth a lot of points, so take time and effort to do them well.“ "Always update your table of contents so papers don't get messed up - or in case of a surprise notebook check.“ “It is a great tool, keep it organized!“ "You have to spend quality time on it.“ “I love that I get to draw and color and it is still studying!” • "Don't leave it until the last day, otherwise you may be up to the early morning hours finishing assignments.“ • "Color things and use a highlighter on the vocabulary words!! It looks so much better that way and it’s easier to study from.” • "Keep it in order, because you never know when a notebook check might come up.“ • “Spend the time to deep it up to date and organized.  Remember, it counts as much as a test."

  20. No markers!!!

  21. Notebook Rules • Keep it NEAT, ORGANIZED and CURRENT • No DOODLING that doesn’t relate to science • Notebook should only be used for SCIENCE CLASS ONLY • DATE AND NUMBER each page • All entries must go into the Table of Contents • BE COLORFUL & LOVE YOUR NOTEBOOK

  22. We are Ready!

  23. BIOLOGY NOTEBOOK YOUR NAME Biology – Mrs. McCarter Period 2013-2014

  24. Step 1: The words:“Biology Notebook” • Your name:(self explanatory) • Biology – Mrs. McCarter • Period # • The school year:2013-2014 • 2-3 biology-related images My Name My Grade • Starting with the 2nd page, number the first 20 pages. The 2nd page is 1. Numbers should be small and at the top outside corner of every page.

  25. Step 2: • On the inside cover: • Glue the “Biology Notebooking” information booklet. • On the first paper to the right, glue the yellow “Important Info” page given to you by Mrs. McCarter

  26. STEP 2 Set these handouts on top of the pages in your Biology Notebook. 2 1 INSTRUCTION BOOKLET IMPORTANT INFORMATION SEMESTER 1 SYLLABUS PG 1 SEMESTER 1 SYLLABUS PG 2 (Bright yellow paper Mrs. McCarter will give you)

  27. STEP 3 Set these handouts on top of the pages in your Biology Notebook. 3 4 5 6 CLASSROOM GUIDELINES PG 2 CLASSROOM GUIDELINES PG 1 LAB SAFETY CONTRACT (Read and Sign this for Homework) LAB SAFETY CONTRACT page 2 UNIT 1 LEARNING GOALS

  28. STEP 3 - CONTINUED Set these handouts on top of the pages in your Biology Notebook. 7 8 9 10 BIOLOGY SCAVENGER HUNT TABLE OF CONTENTS UNIT 1 UNIT 1 LEARNING GOALS LEAVE BLANK FOR NOW UNIT 1 LEARNING GOALS

  29. STEP 4 – Table of Contents. We will work on this as we go. Set up the columns and headings only for now.

  30. Each dated entry of notes on the left side will include 3 main parts: • Daily warm up question – write down the question. Then write your answer in complete sentences. • Class notes – this is any pertinent information, drawings, lab information, etc. that we discuss during class • Homework - usually this will be written in your notebook (I will grade bi-weekly or do a “fly-by” grade in class) and on occasion I will require it to be on a separate paper to hand in.