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Transparent Journaling. Beth Beardshaw & Candice Favela UT-Dallas TRC – Richardson, Texas. Why use transparencies in your journaling? . Helps your student be an active learner in their education Enables the kinesthetic learner in using the manipulatives to learn - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Transparent Journaling

Transparent JournalingBeth Beardshaw & Candice FavelaUT-Dallas TRC Richardson, Texas Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 1Helps your student be an active learner in their educationEnables the kinesthetic learner in using the manipulatives to learnAppeals to your tactile and kinesthetic learnersAllows your visual learner to use a kind of thinking map to organize usinformation Why use transparencies in your journaling? Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 2Take notes in class and then enable your students in extending their learning and organizing their information in a meaningful mannerLets get started

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Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 4LEFT Student SideRIGHT Teacher SideSo, your journal will be

Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 5Now, Lets Try It!Get your materials ready and we will begin. Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 6To get started: Most of our interactive transparency study guides, require:- A white sheet of cardstock- 2-3 sheets of transparencies pre-cut for students- A brad - A Hole punch- Ultra Fine Point Sharpies (Min. 4 colors)Your Turn Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 7Grab your supplies, and get ready!The first one we are going to do is for the Chemistry unit(s). Do your students have trouble with The Periodic Table of the Elements? This should help them!

Here we go!!!

Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 8Step 1

On cardstock draw the element of choice onto the cardstock as seen on the periodic table of elements. Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 9Step 2 the BLUE layer

Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 10Step 3 the GREEN layerEach color is a different layer of transparency to help students study!

Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 11Energy Transfer through Ecosystems 3 Concepts in 1

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Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 13Step 2

Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 14Step 3

Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 15Step 4

Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 16More IdeasNow, lets view a few examples to get ideas to create some to utilize in your classroom! Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 17

Rock CycleEach color is a different layer of transparency to help students study! Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 18Rock Cycle 2

Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 19States of Matter

Each color is a different layer of transparency to help students study! Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 20Land Breeze &Sea Breeze

Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 21Water Cycle

Each color is a different layer of transparency to help students study! Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 22Nitrogen Cycle

Labels are a different layer of transparency to help students study! Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 23

Cells

Labels are a different layer of transparency to help students study! Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 24Now, collaborate and create one you can use in your classroom! Create a few to take with you to use for classroom to next year! Have fun and be creative! Elizabeth A. Beardshaw and Candice D. Favela. All Rights Reserved. 25