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Sensei's Interactive Notebook Introduction
Transcript of Sensei's Interactive Notebook Introduction
much more interesting than
regular bookwork &
an ISN is...
all pages have a page number
a table of contents helps you to find where those pages are
everything is taped or glued in so it can't get lost
does this mess look familiar?
an isn is...
notes are highlighted, colored, and drawn so that important information stands out
an isn is...
easy to understand
notes are taken using
so you easily look back in your
notes to help you find & learn
an ISN is...
set up using left
and right sides
this is where you will practice new skills and ideas.
this side will help you figure out if you really understand what's going on.
this side is for new ideas.
this side will help you study and remember how to do things.
if you put in the
your ISN will become your own personal textbook and how-to guide to Japanese!
I can't find my homework...
I don't know where those notes are...
I was absent...
Did we do anything?
I don't have that anymore...I threw that
away because I didn't think I needed it.
Uh, I think that paper is here somewhere...
What supplies do I need?
Is this for a grade?
What do I do if I am absent?
Glue Sticks or tape
Colored pencils, highlighters, pens
What will I be graded on?
Check a friend's notebook when you return to find out what you missed. Extra copies will be on the counter against the wall.
Check the schoology page - I will try to keep this updated more this semester!
Double-check Sensei's Notebook!
are responsible for finding out what you missed.
Lets answer some questions...
1) Pick up your notebook!
2) Number the pages in your notebook!
and I mean ALL of them!
Glue your kana chart inside the front cover!
Glue your syllabus
on page 1.
Interactive Notebook Guidelines
Glue your guideline sheet on page 2!
Glue expressions on page 3!
Draw a signature line like this under your syllabus. You have until Friday to have a parent/guardian sign your notebook. You can show it to me at any time!
1) Your kanji list will take 2 pages.
2) Use pages 4 and 5. Cut the page down the middle and glue the left side on page 4 and the right side on page 5.
3) When you open your notebook to pages 4 & 5, you should see the list just like this...
Unit 1 Materials!
Every unit will start with the same 4 pages.
Unit 1 Outline
Your Unit 1 Outline goes on page 6!
Add the tab (
) and label it "Unit 1."
Glue your Unit 1 Kanji on page 7!
Table of Contents
Glue the Table of Contents on page 8!
Keep a brief description of the page and the page number here!
You are required to keep this page up-to-date!
you put into this page, the easier it will be for you to study!
Your page numbers may, or may not, be the exact same as everyone else.
Homework Track Sheet
This sheet is where you (and I) keep track of your complete (or incomplete) homework assignments.
I will stamp this sheet every time a homework assignment is completed ON TIME!
Now it's really time to get started!
From 1 to 200! This is so
we are all on the same "page" (hehe)