Warm Up1.   Turn in your lab safety contract to the blue     folder for your class.2.   Take out your Dare Mighty Things c...
Setting up your sciencenotebook:MISSION LOGYour guide to the World and Beyond!
Have you ever said… I lost my homework. I can’t find my test/quiz/lab. I was absent, did I miss anything? What did we ...
If so, the mission log is theanswer!                       We’re calling it our                       Mission Log this    ...
So what is it? Your diary of science learning. All of your science work in one spot so  it’s all easy to find! It keeps...
Scientists use notebooks:Chemistry lab notebooks
Famous Scientists’                 Notebooks                                                                       Alexand...
Your Notebook is divided intoTWO sides – LEFT and RIGHT The LEFT side is for LEARNING. The RIGHT side is for  REFLECTION...
Left           RightSide=Notes     Side=Reflections               about Notesfrom Teacher
Left Side: Learning The left side should only contain  information given to you by me (Mrs.  Wilson) while we are learnin...
Examples of Left SideLearning   Date   Warm Up   Essential Question   Notes from    ◦   Teacher guided PowerPoint note...
Examples of Left Side   LearningNotes from investigation                           Lab Procedures
Right Side: Reflections The right side could have  diagrams, illustrations, posters, poems  , song lyrics, cartoons, conc...
Examples of Right SideReflections Graphic Organizers Diagrams/Illustrations Poems, Song Lyrics Cartoons/Comics Lab An...
Examples of Right Side  ReflectionsPoster Reflection                               Unit Cover Pages                    Lab...
Sometimes I’ll give you a graphicorganizer for both sides
Sometimes you’ll create thematerial for both sides
Mission Log Supplies 3-subject spiral notebook Pencils Pens Colored Pencils Tape Scissors (only sometimes)
Important Mission LogGuidelines   If you run out of space on a page, tape a    sheet of notebook paper on the bottom, and...
Let’s Get Started!   On the cover of your notebook write   The name of the course:    ◦ Earth Science   The words:    ◦...
Table of ContentsLeft-Side Items    Page Right-Side Items Page                                            71 Left Side Inf...
We’re Ready! Don’t forget to bring your  notebook with you every  day! Special thanks to Thomas.    ◦ I “rescued” his no...
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Setting up your science notebook

  1. 1. Warm Up1. Turn in your lab safety contract to the blue folder for your class.2. Take out your Dare Mighty Things card.3. Start numbering your notebook pages. Start with the first page, and number the front and back of every page.
  2. 2. Setting up your sciencenotebook:MISSION LOGYour guide to the World and Beyond!
  3. 3. Have you ever said… I lost my homework. I can’t find my test/quiz/lab. I was absent, did I miss anything? What did we do in class yesterday? I don’t remember!
  4. 4. If so, the mission log is theanswer! We’re calling it our Mission Log this year!
  5. 5. So what is it? Your diary of science learning. All of your science work in one spot so it’s all easy to find! It keeps you organized but let’s you be creative. And it’s all about being a real scientist!
  6. 6. Scientists use notebooks:Chemistry lab notebooks
  7. 7. Famous Scientists’ Notebooks Alexander Graham Bell http://memory.loc.gov/mss/magbell/253/25300201/0022.jpgLeonardo da Vincihttp://f00.inventorspot.com/images/ornithopter.img_assist_custom.jpg
  8. 8. Your Notebook is divided intoTWO sides – LEFT and RIGHT The LEFT side is for LEARNING. The RIGHT side is for REFLECTIONS. This side should be colorful and creative.
  9. 9. Left RightSide=Notes Side=Reflections about Notesfrom Teacher
  10. 10. Left Side: Learning The left side should only contain information given to you by me (Mrs. Wilson) while we are learning. Usually notes and lab procedures. Everything on the left will help you study for a test. Even numbers: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, etc!
  11. 11. Examples of Left SideLearning Date Warm Up Essential Question Notes from ◦ Teacher guided PowerPoint notes ◦ Group collaboration notes ◦ Movie/video notes ◦ Article/textbook readings/notes Vocabulary words Lab procedures Study Guides
  12. 12. Examples of Left Side LearningNotes from investigation Lab Procedures
  13. 13. Right Side: Reflections The right side could have diagrams, illustrations, posters, poems , song lyrics, cartoons, concept maps, Venn diagrams, etc. It’s the place to be creative and colorful. Right pages are odd pages 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, etc.
  14. 14. Examples of Right SideReflections Graphic Organizers Diagrams/Illustrations Poems, Song Lyrics Cartoons/Comics Lab Analysis Advertisements Etc.
  15. 15. Examples of Right Side ReflectionsPoster Reflection Unit Cover Pages Lab Data
  16. 16. Sometimes I’ll give you a graphicorganizer for both sides
  17. 17. Sometimes you’ll create thematerial for both sides
  18. 18. Mission Log Supplies 3-subject spiral notebook Pencils Pens Colored Pencils Tape Scissors (only sometimes)
  19. 19. Important Mission LogGuidelines If you run out of space on a page, tape a sheet of notebook paper on the bottom, and fold it up. DO NOT GO TO THE NEXT PAGE! NEVER use markers. Use tape sparingly. It only takes a little! ;) No RIPPED OUT pages or torn corners No DOODLING that doesn’t relate to science Notebook should be used for SCIENCE CLASS ONLY DATE AND NUMBER each page All entries must go into the Table of Contents BE COLORFUL & LOVE YOUR NOTEBOOK
  20. 20. Let’s Get Started! On the cover of your notebook write The name of the course: ◦ Earth Science The words: ◦ Mission Log The class period that you have science: ◦ 3rd period, for example The school year: 2012-2013 Your teacher: Mrs. Wilson Your name: (self explanatory)
  21. 21. Table of ContentsLeft-Side Items Page Right-Side Items Page 71 Left Side Info 6 1 Right Side Info2 1st Semester 2 Rocks Unit 9 8Syllabus Cover Page 113 10 3 134 12 45 5
  22. 22. We’re Ready! Don’t forget to bring your notebook with you every day! Special thanks to Thomas. ◦ I “rescued” his notebook from the recycle bin in May so I could show you some real examples of science notebooking in our class. (I sure hope he doesn’t mind!)

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