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Interactive Notebook

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Transcript of Interactive Notebook

NOTEBOOK
We all have different opinions about what is important. It is up to you to decide this for yourself- even in history!

You make the determination about what parts of American history are important to YOU.

What Do I Remember?(1877-Present Day)

8th grade
Colonization, Revolution, New Republic, Civil War, Reconstruction
This course
Reconstruction (1877) to the present
We will cover the Gilded Age, Roaring 20s, Great Depression, WWI and WWII, Cold War, Vietnam to name a few

So where do we go from here?

Get To Know Me

Divide your page into 4 sections. Number them from left to right.

Page 1-
Class Information
Page 2-
Get To Know Me
Page 3-
Timeline of My Life
Page 4-
Letter to Myself
Page 5-
What Do I Remember? (8th Grade)
Page 6-
What Do I Remember? (1877-Present Day)


Title the Following Pages:

We will be setting up our notebooks
Bring scissors, notebook, glue stick if you can.
You will be creating a cover for your notebook.
BRING PICTURES, it can be from a magazine or real pics, it doesn't matter :)
MUST HAVE AT LEAST 1 OF YOU WITH YOUR FAMILY

For Tomorrow

Bring to class
EVERY SINGLE DAY
!
Number each page (ODDS on Right/EVENS on Left
No doodling or writing that does not relate to the class
Do not rip out pages or fold corners
Will be graded each 9 weeks
KEEP IT NEAT!
You will use it the entire year!

Maintaining Your Notebook

LECTURE NOTES


Examples of
Left
Side Activities

Write:
Ch. 2 Settling The West
large in the center of the page 7.
Use your Chromebooks to look up the following in your textbook and on google.
Skim through chapter 2-4. Choose
6

symbols
&
3

quotes
to represent this time period and add them to your page, they MUST be colored for full credit.
Remember you will be graded on
visual appearance
.
You don’t have to be an artist, but you do need to be NEAT!

Title Page
On
page 5
of your notebook, make a list of
people, places, events, terms, etc
. that you remember from your 8th grade history class.
You have 5 minutes.
GO
!

What Do I Remember? (8th Grade)

Share your timeline with a neighbor.
Did the
3 events
you picked match what your family/friends chose?
Why do you think this is?


Timeline Activity Follow-up

Secure an envelope on page 4.
(The more you put into this, the more you will get out.)
On a separate sheet of paper, write a letter to your future self. Be sure you date and sign it.
What would you tell your future self?
Consider what you might be thinking or feeling by the end of the school year.
What do you want to remember, hold on to, figure out, or forget?
What are your predictions, hopes, or goals for this year?
Describe yourself and how you feel on the first few days of school.
Write how they would like to change this year, what you would like to improve on or what you want to know.

Letter To Yourself

1. Draw a timeline, with a mark for each year of your life.

2. Write
8 important events
of your life on the timeline. Circle the 3 that you think are the most important.

3. Ask a partner what they think are the
three
most important events of
your
life. Using a different color, put a square around these events, or explain why you chose the 3 events you did.




TIMELINE OF MY LIFE
(from the time you were born to the age you are now)
Write the following on the inside front cover using a sharpie or marker:
Complete
Content
Quality
Visual Appearance
Organization
Using a pencil, number the pages on the top corners, using front & back
Odd on right side, even on left side
Only number though the first section

Notebook Setup

All work is
complete
and
accurate
.  
Required pages & handouts are
secured neatly
.
All
pages are numbered CORRECTLY
.                        
All
activities are titled CORRECTLY
.
Color
is added to highlight
important information
or to add visual appeal.  


I will check to see that:

Complete
Content
Quality
Visual Appearance
Organization

GRADING

Graphic Organizers
:
Foldables
Venn diagrams
T-charts
Spectrums
Others
Making connections
Current events
Q & As
Invitations
Graphs


Illustrations
:
Advertisements
Maps
Cartoons/Comic strips
Postcards
Writing
Eulogies
Poetry
Journal entries
Editorials
Summaries

Examples of
Right
Side Activities

Left
side is the
“teacher-directed side”
Work done together in class led by teacher (Ex. Notes)
Right
side is the
“student-directed side”
A chance to work with the information I’ve given you
Show what you know
Reflect on what you have learned
Ask questions

What is it for?

A collection of activities we do during the year
Your own personalized textbook
Supplies needed:
5 subject spiral notebook
Scissors
Glue stick
Pens & highlighters
Optional: ruler, markers

Interactive Notebook

Your Name
U.S. History
Interactive Student Notebook
Your class period
2016-2017
Mr. Truman Rm 805

Creating A Cover

Complete the following in each section:
1)
List 5 words that describe you.
2)
List 3 of your strengths.
3)
List 3 of your weaknesses.
4)
List 5 things you want to do before you die.




For Chromebooks:
user name
=
firstlast@fisdk12.org
(johnhext@fisdk12.org)
password
=
8 digit birthday
On
page 6
of your notebook, make a list of
people, places, events, terms, etc
. that you know happened from 1877-Present Day.
You have 5 minutes.
GO
!
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