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    Interactive Notebooks

    Enhancing Student Learning

    Damien Ettere

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    The Purpose

    Enables students to take ownership of their learning Creates a non-fiction reference that is user friendly Serves as an organizational tool for collecting

    information Encourages creativity and active learning Addresses multiple intelligences through non-linguistic

    representations

    Students collect information needed for state standards.

    Students extend concepts and make connections.

    Naturally links reading, writing and content area

    strategies.

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    Using Interactive Notebooks:

    Focuses active student participation increating notes

    Requires student construction of meaning

    from the lesson Integrates proven classroom strategies

    Createsmultiple opportunities forassessment as a part of the learning

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    Using Interactive Notebooks: Addresses the strengths of both left-brain and right-

    brain dominant students:

    Left Brain Right Brain

    Specific details, facts Visual instructionsOrganized Making own drawings

    Like to write non fiction Symbols and images

    Planned and orderly way Good art

    Sequencing Showing relationships

    to ideas

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    The Best Part!

    Adaptations are easy toimplement makingdifferentiation a snap!

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    Materials and Supplies

    Composition books

    Glue sticks

    ScissorsHighlighters

    Colored pencils

    Envelopes (optional)

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    1. Cover

    2. Unit Essential Questions

    3. RAP/WIO

    4. WOW

    Inside and out

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    RAllow students topersonalize their notebookwith a cover collage.

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    Include specificstate standardsbefore a unit

    This includes anyessentialunderstanding

    (what shouldstudents be able todo) and anyessential questions

    List new

    vocabulary thatstudents will seeduring the unit

    UnitEssentials

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    RAP: WOW:

    WIO:

    Page Format

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    Review & Preview Assignments(RAP)

    Short, intriguing assignments tohelp students connect theupcoming lesson to their ownexperience, activating their priorknowledge.

    HOOKS!

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    Rap SampleIn 60 seconds whatdo you know alreadyabout graphs?

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    Words Of Wisdom

    (WOW) Students record for a purpose Graphics

    Main ideas Supporting details Testable information is found

    here

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    WOW examples:TimelinesNotes from class

    discussionsVocabularyMapsGraphic organizers

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    WOW SampleDamien Ettere

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    Work It Out(WIO)

    Students use the WOW notes duringthe processing assignments that

    challenge them to think and apply whattheyve learned.

    RESULT:

    Students become more creative,independent thinkers.

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    WIO

    WIO gives students theopportunity to process

    information they havelearned

    Students can demonstrateconnections they have made

    They can respond to thelesson

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    WIO Sample Create a surveyand frequency table.

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    How to know if students get it?

    Mind Mapping

    Flow Charts

    Political Cartoons

    Cartoon Strips Creating Symbols or Icons

    Caricatures

    Design Invitations (For Historical Events)

    Mind Notes (Silhouettes of historicalfigures and their thoughts)

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    What about Assessment?

    An assessment rubric is

    glued in the inside backcover of the interactivenotebook

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    Rubric

    4 -Accurate, complete, lots of detail, neat, color isalways included if suggested, connections arecreative and obvious, effort is exceptional.

    3 Accurate, complete, some detail, neat, colorusually included if suggested, connections areclear, effort is good.

    2 Mostly accurate, mostly complete, basic, strivesfor neatness, color sometimes included ifsuggested, connections are made, effort isshown.

    1 Frequent errors in content, some entriesmissing, lack of detail messy, no color, effort islacking.

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    Management

    Stagger collections

    Anchor chart for template

    Teacher model

    Monitor aggressively at first

    Set clear, high expectations

    Allow to use during assessments Have students self-assess

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    Adaptations

    Pre-typed notesFill in the blanks

    Highlight important facts Draw a picture to represent a concept Pre-labeled diagrams/maps Pre-filled graphic organizers BE FLEXIBLE accept a students best

    efforts toward a common contentobjective

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