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Interactive Student Notebook Intro & Set-up (English/Language Arts)
Transcript of Interactive Student Notebook Intro & Set-up (English/Language Arts)
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WHAT IS IT?
WHAT IS AN
INTERACTIVE STUDENT NOTEBOOK (ISN)?
your own personalized diary of learning about ELA
a portfolio of your work
a make-it-yourself study guide
a place for you to set goals and monitor your growth
an ORGANIZATIONAL tool that lets you be playful and creative in your responses without "messing up" your notes
REAL Writers (and readers) use
Don't rip out pages or tear the corners!
No doodling that doesn't relate to English/Language Arts!
ISN should be used for ELA ONLY!
Date and number each page!
Put all entries in the Table of Contents!
NO TOASTER STRUDELING!
& LOVE your notebook!
Things to Keep in Mind...
Only SUPPLY SPECIALISTS need to leave their seats.
Keep all trash ON YOUR DESKS until the Interior Designer passes the trashcans around.
DO NOT move ahead to next steps until told to do so.
If you''re waiting for the class to move to the next step, add color to the pages you're done with to personalize them.
Use appropriate voice levels.
Examples of Left Side/Student Output
Poems, Raps, Songs
Teach Your Parent
This is your chance
to be creative!
Examples of Right Side/Teacher Input Items
Literature Circle discussion activities
Notes from PowerPoints, Prezis, and movies,