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Interactive Student Notebooks

Interactive Student NotebooksAP Biology/Pre-AP Biology

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What is an Interactive Notebook?A student created and student maintained collection of notes, activities and commentary from your AP/Pre-AP Biology class.It creates a system of organization and reflection.It is where you will keep practically everything from your AP/Pre-AP Biology class. BenefitsYou will learn a collegiate system of organization.All of your notes, labs, work, and information will be in one place.You will have a chance to interact with the content of the course by reflecting, reacting, questioning and commenting on your work and lab investigations.You will develop a study system to help prepare you for quizzes and tests.

Real Scientists Use NotebooksCharles Darwin

Leonardo Da Vinci

Albert MichelsonElements Required in Your Interactive Notebook:CoverScoring RubricsAuthor PageNotebook GuidelinesHighlighting SystemClass/Notebook PoliciesPage NumbersInputs and OutputsSketchesSummaries

Notebook GuidelinesBring notebook to class every day.Keep track of assignments, notes, etc. in chronological order and in Table of ContentsNO staples; Use glue or tape onlyEach page has page #, Date, TitleRight Side Pages have Inputs (mostly teacher-given)Left Side Pages have Outputs (mostly student-given)Examples of InputsAlways on Right-side PagesLecture notesDiscussion notesVideo clips summariesWriting PromptsReading Notes from Textbook/ArticlesFree-Response Questions

Examples of OutputsAlways on Left-side PagesAnalyzing the content Argue for or againstAsking a questionGraphsLab ConclusionsThinking MapsWrite your reaction or opinion to the reading or contentCreating a Cover for Your Interactive NotebookYour cover should have the following basic elements in writing somewhere on the cover and easy to read:Name of CourseThe words: Interactive Science NotebookClass PeriodSchool YearTeachers NameYour NameCreating a Cover for Your Interactive NotebookVisual ContentThumb through your textbook to identify two topics in which you are interestedUse the table of contents in the textbook to find the chapters related to these topicsDraw, or use magazines or images printed from the internet to show the two topics within the design of your cover. You can label the topics if it helps your design.

YOUR NameYOUR PeriodMrs. Jones2014-2015

Interactive Science NotebookPre-AP Biology (or AP Biology)Scoring Rubrics & Author PageScoring and Lab Report Rubrics will be taped on inside front cover. Author Page (1st Page in Your Notebook): Write a short information paragraph about yourself: where you were born, what are your hobbies and interests and other interesting things about yourself. Include why you are taking this course and how it relates to your future career goals.

Notebook Guidelines/Table of ContentNotebook Guidelines (On Back of Author Page) Examples of Inputs (Right Side)/Outputs (Left Side)Highlighting: Green=Vocabulary Words; Purple=Names of People/Scientists; Pink=Big Idea (AP); Blue=Essential Knowledge (AP)Bring to class every day.Keep track of assignments in chronological orderNo Staples; Glue or tape onlyTable of ContentsTable of Contents: On Page Following Notebook GuidelinesTable of Contents has four columns: (USE Ruler!) PageActivity Date Grade/Score

Notebook Guidelines and Table of Contents

Inputs and Outputs

Questions?