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Science interactive-notebook-presentation

  1. 1. SCIENCE INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK “Your Key To Success in Science”
  2. 2.  An interactive science notebook (ISN) is your own personalized DIARY of learning about science A portfolio of your work in ONE convenient spot. This is great for studying for upcoming quizzes & test A great ORGANIZATIONAL tool that gives you permission to be PLAYFUL AND CREATIVE in your responses without "messing up" your notes. Allows you to be like a REAL SCIENTIST!
  3. 3. Why Use Interactive Science Notebooks? Improve organization skills Improve critical thinking skills Express understanding creatively
  4. 4. D LI EA ON DF IO VS IS NE CY I
  5. 5. THEY TAKE NOTES ABOUT THE__________________________________________________________________ ENVIRONMENT!____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ LEWIS and____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CLARK______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  6. 6. THEY RECORD THEIR OBSERVATIONS!____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ LEONARDO______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ DaVINCI______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  7. 7. YOU ARE A SCIENTIST!______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ •You will use your notebook daily.______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ •You will record all your thoughts,__________________________________________________________________ observations, and notes.______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ •You will keep all papers in your____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ notebook.______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ •You will turn your notebooks in at the__________________________________________________________________ end of each chapter/unit.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  8. 8. The notebook is divided into TWO sections. The Left SIDE “LOVES” student work. This is the side that you can use to show me your creativity. This is the “output” or product side. We call this is “WIO” or “Work It Out” Section. The Right side is “RESTRICTED” and contains only information given by Ms. Tinder. We call this the “WOW” or “Words of Wisdom” Section.
  9. 9. The notebook is divided into TWO sections. LEFT side “loves” RIGHT side is “restricted” toSTUDENT work = OUTPUT TEACHER INPUT
  10. 10.  The LEFT SIDE belongs to you. On this page you may include any diagrams, cartoons, questions, drawings, poems, foldables, etc. that is assigned for homework or reflection after a lesson. Let your CREATIVITY go wild!
  11. 11.  Science Warm-Ups Graphic Organizers Drawings/Illustrations YOUR OPPO RTUNI TO BE TY Poems, Rap Songs AS CR EATIV Cartoons/Comics YOU E AS WANT Lab Analysis TO BE Teach Your Parent
  12. 12.  TheRIGHT SIDE is for notes, labs, diagrams or anything else given during teacher instruction time.
  13. 13. The RIGHT side ofthe notebook containsinformation given toyou by Mrs. Rollin orobtained during classtime.
  14. 14.  Notes from – Teacher guided instruction – Movie/Video – Article or textbook readings Vocabulary words Lab reports Study Guides
  15. 15. We’re Not Finished Yet… On the top left side of your notebook: – You will complete your daily bellwork – We call this the “RAP”: “Review and Process” – These are usually a short activity to help you “review” what we learned the day before or “process” new ideas to help introduce a new topic
  16. 16. Review and Process RAP’s are a good things to study quickly before a test or quiz because they are snap shots of what we’ve been learning
  17. 17. Scissors Glue or glue sticksTWO Composition Erasable pens & pencils Books (1 per semester) coloredHIGHLIGHTER pencils NO MARKERS!
  18. 18.  On the front cover of your composition book Na me write your NAME and the My My Gra de subject (SCIENCE) and the PERIOD you have science
  19. 19. Author’s Page On the first page of your notebook you will create an “author’s page”. You are the author of your science notebook, so this page is all about you. The page should include your name, a picture of yourself (drawn or photo), and drawings of things that describe you (things you like to do, your favorite things, etc.)
  20. 20. SampleAuthorPage
  21. 21.  Be neat! Try not to have RIPPED OUT pages or torn corners Notebook should only be used for SCIENCE CLASS ONLY DATE AND TITLE each entry BE COLORFUL & LOVE YOUR NOTEBOOK Know where your notebook is at all times
  22. 22.  Many thanks to these wonderful teachers for creating wonderful POWERPOINT slides from – Annette Holder, rockin’ Science – Doug Saunders, bringing History Alive! – ScienceNotebook.com, great resource – Mr. Taft, student quotes – Mrs. DuBose

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