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  1. 1. Vocabulary Strategies Using Interactive Notebooks Compiled by Sally Creel K-5 Science Supervisor, Cobb County Schools Sally.creel@cobbk12.org *A complete list of idea sources is concluded at the end of this resource.
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  11. 11. AI TS$**en+s Statement How CanYouFind Out? 1. All magnetshave2 poles. v agree _ disagree T cq" F€rd c* hmk 6o _ it depends _ notsure on ro$n& or My thoughts: Srut i+. Eva.s.a,r{l.or^-i}h }un er,&. 2. All metalsare attractedto magnets. _ disagree T co.n -l-"s+& t^r[role t/ "?agree on _ not sure ,t depends My tfroughts: buncl^ **lJs ond see u[acon* pict( nnone! *"U up urt"ic,,L ones Cr-oe aJ|n6.."*uJ, i il. I 3. Largermagnetsare strongerthan smallermagnets. T c.tn 1"s| lLe maqne,*S v agree _ disagree _ it depends -. not sure on io *L *$n"+ cenhf,.o My thoughts: lE cl.n also do fEseorcJ. c,rl Bgs," ilirqs ore,alr*-.tssf* 6eo. +1,e Conn6u{n". -t +. Magnetism can pass through metals. I can lookup *,r*oqnu{sm? _ agree _ disagree - it depends on / notsure o^d c^skrhy {.*!uranog,er My thoughts: L$o{ {o S"rl 1t"is.J den+I{no**t.J {1"i.isor ,kio$. Soia,.* C,l. jfi* Assostnn*h ,Scr.xr,,c,: P.qq
  12. 12. fu**vDi Vocabulary Diagram Related Words People or Things . plon* s ?ol"$,b f@0ftrcre :F0u0 r.tlainQS {YOcle, n u, I I biotphererorr Pt*? aa sften,aff I- r y. deco,.rOos0 bio =lil. h .t( Antonytns de = dorrn =slep +od = ..d)o[s can r og k) .t E, OriglinalSentences 3pN,[a]e"i"l rs h"&* -I[re- a {Lf ne J S*d"pS boq&c*,pos"s +" Hh ri}f,, is brodeqmdable, be: ,. . U ? Id mic(nomenisms h.r^ co^lse is nnsde Yl 0,, E p*1" and decarys Pi+Fl4 o0 *g*,ic 6* c^] o${.r 14 Ddks. 1150053--4eading Strotegiesfor Science
  13. 13. * j ri .a! ? | ; t +: tlt: t What is it like? animalthat eats meat a wolfbecause needs it CONCEPT meatto live carnivore Examples and lllustrationson aninaj{l*+ beco.se O. C.oureolso,ly pl*k Cqlrc,gpT _ i{ o., eols ts.i h."biuon" &rce, itdi€ S,trtqi.* &r &Je,.e,$.go
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  19. 19. Strategies for Building Academic Vocabulary in Sciencehttp://estore.seppub.com/estore/ product/50129
  20. 20. Reading Strategies for Sciencehttp://estore.seppub.com/estore/ product/50053
  21. 21. Dinah Zike Foldables Bookhttp://www.dinah.com/store.php?sort=New%20Produ cts