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Chemistry Interactive Notebooks

INB presentation for students

Allison Yee

on 16 August 2013

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Transcript of Chemistry Interactive Notebooks

Show... Don't Tell
Setting up our notebooks
What's the
of YOUR time here?

What is an interactive notebook?
Real scientists
use notebooks
But they should help you think like a scientist
You need to capture your audience attention from the very beginning
It gets even better.
The interactive notebook can be a place for EVERYTHING
Interactive Notebooks for Chemistry
organization +
(strategy +
critical thinking
Marshall Ganz (Harvard U.)
Notebooks help us show...
Well, here's your answer:
The notebook is
divided into two sections
(*) continue exploring this prezi to find more tips to create great stories
The interactive notebook is divided into
NEVER underestimate the power of storytelling!
Do you find organization to be a burden?
what's the HOOK of your story?

What are they and why are we using them?
Ms. Yee
Rm 218
Have you ever heard yourself say...
I can't find my notes lol
I can't remember what we
did in class yesterday lol
A journal that logs your learning
A portfolio of your work in one convenient spot
This makes it a very valuable studying tool.
The Left Side, your side (student)
The Right Side, My side (teacher)
Guided Notes
Lecture notes
Practice Problems
Exit Slips Reflections
Notes/Guided Notes
solute + solvent -> solution
Sugar is soluble in coffee, so it dissolves to make your coffee sweeter
solubility-- the quantity of a solute that can dissolve in a particular solvent
Other Stuff
Journal logs!
Whatever helps you remember the content!
Other things included in the Interactive Notebook:
There are specific sections in your notebooks for all
of the following:
I. Table of Contents
II. Catalyst Section
III. Lessons section
Never tear out any pages
All handouts must be glued in or stapled (unless specifically told otherwise)
There shouldn't be anything unrelated to science
Your INB should only be used for CHEMISTRY and you MUST bring it to class every day
Each page must have a DATE, PAGE #, and TITLE
Step 1: The Inside Cover
Include the title of the course: Chemistry A
(Leave space for a picture!)
Your name
Your period
Ms. Yee
Step 2
Chemistry A


Your name
Ms. Yee
Starting with the first page as 1, number EVERY SINGLE page on the TOP
The Inside Cover
Table of Contents
Draw in your table of contents on pages 1, 2, 3, 4
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Step 4
Catalyst Section
Save the following pages for your catalysts on pages 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19
Step 5
pg. 20: This is where your INB notes/worksheets will begin
Or a useful tool?
Let's start with WHY we're going to be using Interactive Notebooks (INB)
Follow along as we start to fill up your
Thomas Edison
Everyone is on the same page!
If you run out of space, take out a piece of binder paper and staple/glue it on top.

Notebook pages
-Updated table of contents
-Numbered pages
-Do now’s (date, number, stamp)
-Organization of handouts
-Pages dated & titled
Notebook Grading
Step 6: Update table of contents & glue/staple in syllabus
Date Description Pages
Do Now's 5-19
(leave blank for now) 20
Syllabus 21
Date Description Pages

Take out a ballpoint pen
Step 7: Glue in your periodic table on the back cover of your notebook
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