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  • 1. THE INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK Michelle Alspaugh Amy Cooper
  • 2. What Is An Interactive Notebook? A collection of notes taken from reading, listening, discussion, and viewing, including corresponding responses, either in graphic or written form. Originally developed in the 1970s by Lee Swenson and his
  • 3. 1.Cover (personalized) 2.Table of contents 3.Unit—cover page 4.Pages are numbered and labeled 5.Handouts fit neatly and do not hang out
  • 4. 1. 8 ½ X 11 3 subject notebook (believe me, you will use it!) 2. Scissors 3. Markers/colored pencils 4. Old magazines 5. Glue sticks 6. Rulers
  • 5. Input Ideas •Cloze-style lecture notes •Notes taken from student presentations (IB orals, etc) •Double-entry journals •Reading comprehension of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, etc. Guided questions/summary activities. Also, selective highlighting strategy of short articles Output Ideas •Mind maps •Illustrated dictionary entries •Diary entries from a character/post cards from character •Illustrated timeline •Illustrated analogies •Artifacts from multimedia—song lyrics, original poems, relevant research(annotated)
  • 6. Input Ideas • Traditional one page handouts/worksheets previously created (keep 1 inch margin) •Guided info pages that have instruction/terms that you don’t want student to lose •Vocab strand activities •Paired passages and selective highlighting •Passages to annotate w/ and without guided questions Output Ideas •Graphic organizers, such as venn diagrams and T-charts •Point of view (imagine a situation/scenario from variety of points of view •Plus-Minus-Interesting •Cause-effect graphic organizers •Fold-out/flappables •Stories, imagined dialogues, journals •Personal reflections/connections •SOAPSTones
  • 7. INPUT was lecture notes on Media/bias for English 11 Instructions for Inputs for IB 12
  • 8. Sample Student WorkSample Student Work
  • 9. http://tinyurl.com/interactivenotebook
  • 10. http://tinyurl.com/interactivenotebook