Interactive Student Notebooks

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Using Interactive Student Notebooks in the Spanish classroom.

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Interactive Student Notebooks

  1. 1. Interactive Student Notebooks “ISN”
  2. 2. What is the ISN? Notebook for grammar and videos A creative outlet An alternate portfolio A place to keep organized notes
  3. 3. Setting up your ISN❀ Decorate the cover (this should be about Spanish class)❀ Number pages (front and back) beginning at 1 (in the upper outside corner)❀ Decorate and label your title page (this should be all about YOU)❀ Glue in the necessary pages (see handout)❀ Format your Table of Contents (TOC)
  4. 4. Right Hand❀ Always odd pages❀ For notes (Cornell style unless told otherwise). Notes that are more than a page should be glued to the bottom of the current sheet (see class example)❀ Also for worksheets, tests, handouts, and quizzes, classwork, and homework.❀ Use highlighters and graphic organizers to make notes meaningful.
  5. 5. Right Hand Examples
  6. 6. Left Hand Used to synthesize information and notes. Always even pages Can use any the following activities:Thinking Maps FoldablesOriginal Drawings ReflectionsPostcards CartoonsSentences or Paragraphs (in Posters/Comic StripsSpanish)Advertisements Poems“What if?” Statements HOT questions w/answers
  7. 7. Left Hand Examples
  8. 8. Things to Remember❀ For every page of notes, there should be a heft- hand assignment.❀ DO NOT use the back of a page for notes. Continue on a separate sheet.❀ Use varied assignments on the left-hand side.❀ Glue in sheets at the beginning of class instead of waiting until the next day (or later).
  9. 9. Things to Remember It’s okay to draw on your notes. Complete all left-hand assignments after writing summary of Cornell Notes. Don’t wait until last minute to create left- side assignments.

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