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Interactive Notebooks. By: Suzanne LeVan. All About Me!. GA Certified: - Kindergarten ~ 5 th Grade - Middle Grades Math. Experience: - General - Special Education - Drama Club. Inquiry Question. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Interactive NotebooksBy:Suzanne LeVan1All About Me!GA Certified:- Kindergarten ~ 5th Grade- Middle Grades Math

Experience:- General- Special Education- Drama Club

2Inquiry QuestionHow can I use writing to help students improve organizational skills and strengthen study skills?3

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_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________First Component:RAPReview and Preview10Review and Preview Top half of left side of notebook. Usually a writing prompt. Answers not taken for a grade. Tool to gauge what students know and think.

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12Lets Try!What do you think the word injustice means?

You will be given a prompt. Take a few minutes to write what you think about the question. Only write on the top half of the paper. If you finish early, decorate around RAP section.13

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Second Component:WOWWords of Wisdom14Words of Wisdom Bottom half of left side of notebook. Used to strengthen vocabulary.

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17Lets Try!Take a folded pocket.

Glue or staple pocket to the WOW section.

18Lets Try!Create vocabulary cards for each word: Target AllyPerpetrator Bystander

Write word on front of card.Draw a picture or example of vocabulary word.Make sure to use color.If finished early, decorate around Wow section.19

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Third Component:VIPVery Important Points20Very Important Points The whole right side of notebook. Can be notes, handouts, drawings, ect.

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22Lets Try!On provided star paper, write a story about an injustice. Include a target, ally, perpetrator, and bystander.If finish early, draw an illustration of your story.

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_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Three Components:RAPVIPWOWReview and PreviewWords of WisdomVery Important Points24Rubric

Checklist Students assess Teacher assess Parents review25

26Interactive Notebooks UniqueCreative, Colorful and MeaningfulMultiple ways Visual Intrapersonal

They are unique and simple tools to help students organize the information given to them.They are creative, colorful and meaningful to the student.Can be set up to any subject or grades individual need. There are several methods to setting, but all have some form of information from teacher and students knowledge of such information. Can be used for any subject because of the flexibility to set up your way.They are all visual, using maps, graphs, and illustrations. Intrapersonal because allows students reflect on how the information pertains to them.

27Benefits Sense of PrideIndividualOwnershipNote taking skillsTeachers benefits

Notebooks allow students to take pride in the work completed throughout the year.Students decorate in colorful unique ways and make each notebook individual. Which pushes students to keep them neat, colorful, and organize. This allows them to express them selves.Students take ownership of their work and want to keep track of it because of the ownership.It promotes and improves students note taking skills which in turn helps them with their study skills.Easy to grade and when a student has missed a day they can look on a friends notebook to see what they had missed.

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28Pride in ones work also encourages a feeling of ownership~ Jason Endacott

These are also a great guide to use as study material for semester finals or tests.~ Colleen Bain

Notebooks allow students to take pride in the work completed throughout the year.Students decorate in colorful unique ways and make each notebook individual. Which pushes students to keep them neat, colorful, and organize. This allows them to express them selves.Students take ownership of their work and want to keep track of it because of the ownership.It promotes and improves students note taking skills which in turn helps them with their study skills.Easy to grade and when a student has missed a day they can look on a friends notebook to see what they had missed.

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29Question?How can I use writing to help students improve organizational skills and strengthen study skills?30Answer?An Interactive Notebook is a highly beneficial learning tool that develops students communication skills, cognitive organization skills, and sense of responsibility for their own learning. ~ Kellie Marcarelli

31Answer?In addition, students can use the interactive notebooks to self-assess their work while gaining interdisciplinary skills and making connections across subject areas. ~ Kellie Marcarelli

32Videos / Websites Science Notebook How To Create Wiki33Work Cited Marcarelli, Kellie.Teaching Science with Interactive Notebooks. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin, 2010. Print. Interactive-notebooks. Creative Commons. 17 June 2011 < http://interactive-notebooks.wikispaces.com/> Joyner, Trey. "YouTube - Interactive Notebook for Science."YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.13 May 2009. Web. 14 June 2011. . TeachTCI. "YouTube - How to Create a Great Notebook."YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.2 Dec. 2010. Web. 14 June 2011. .Bain, Colleen. "Why Should You use Interactive?"education.com. 15 June 2011 .Endacott, Jason. "Social Studies Interactive Notebooks: Helping to Meet the Needs of Middle School Students."Social Studies Research and Practice2.1 (2007): 128 - 138. Web. 17 Jun 2011. .34