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Interactive Notebook
Interactive Notebook
Interactive Notebook
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Interactive Notebook
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Interactive Notebook

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  • Question: To teachers who have tried the Interactive Notebook - would you find a 'binder' with three hole punched paper (for the output side) - or a regular Spiral Notebook (with perhaps pockets) that also has sections better?
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  • 1. Interactive Notebook Guidelines OUTPUT INPUT
    • Class Notes
    • Handouts
    • Homework
    (Right Side) (Left Side)
    • Review and Preview (RAP)
    • variety of choices
    • Personal Responses
    • Journal Entries
    • Work It Outs (WIO)
    -venn diagrams - matrix
  • 2.
    • Input Explanations
    • How do I take Reading Notes?
    1. Write down key ideas 2. List the best examples or supporting evidence of key ideas EX: I. Feudalism - highlight A) Based on a hierarchy of power Ex: King-Lord-Vassal-Serf
  • 3. 3. Write: The most important idea in this reading was… because… - Do this for each paragraph
    • Write a summary explaining the main
    • idea of each paragraph.
    (Continuation of Input Explanation)
  • 4. 5. List 3 new ideas learned from each paragraph for the assigned reading. 6. Turn each main idea of the paragraph into a question and answer the question from the paragraph. (Continuation of Input Explanation)
  • 5. II. Output Explanation A) What is a RAP? Review and Preview - A RAP is a response to a question or statement that either helps you review what we learned in previous lessons or previews what we are about to learn. EX: Based on our lessons, list 3 reasons why democracy failed in the Roman government. EX: We are about to learn about the Medieval time period. Before we do, answer this statement; “Might makes right.” Do you agree or disagree with this statement and why?
  • 6. B) What is a WIO? Work it out
    • A work it out is when you take difficult concepts from your input side and “work out” their meaning on the left hand side of your notebook.
    • That means you have to look at your right hand side notes in order to complete the work it out.
    (Continuation of Output Explanation)
  • 7. Examples of possible WIO’s Poems Political Cartoons Flow Chart Matrix Acrostic Sensory Figures Webs Music Lyrics
  • 8. C) What is a Journal Response? - A journal response is a time for you to voice your opinion about what we are learning. I will ask you a question and you will write a one page response expressing your opinion. EX: Do you think that the Roman Senate should have murdered Caesar to save the republic? ( Continuation of Output Explanations)
  • 9. Table of Contents Title Page Number Date

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