Presentation on theme: "Math Interactive Notebook (MIN)"— Presentation transcript:
1Math Interactive Notebook (MIN) A Key Element to Successin Math Class with Ms. PopeThis is a modified PowerPoint of a PowerPoint originally shared by Melinda Gannon and Ms. Sanders.
2Have you ever heard yourself say . . . I can't find my . . .notes, homework, old quizzes . . .I can't remember whatwe did in class yesterday.I'm sure its in . . .my locker . . .my book bag . . .my room . . .I was absent last week, did I miss anything?
3Keep it all together with your InteractiveNotebook!
4What is an Interactive Notebook? A personalized, clear textbookA working portfolio -- all of your notes, classwork, homework, etc. -- in one convenient spot
5Left Side – Right Side Orientation Left side items are items from the teacher and text to be . . .LEARNABLE CONTENTNotes, taken in the format directed by Ms. PopeHandoutsGraphic organizersExample problems worked out with written “running” commentaryContent to go on a math foldableWork period inputWord Wall termsRight side items are the student’s . . .REFLECTIONSGuided practiceGraphic organizersFoldablesHomework assignmentCreative math memory hooksAcronyms to aid in memoryMath journal entriesPoems, raps, riddles, and math gamesWork Period output
6Left Side Left is for learnable content! The left side “belongs” to Ms. Pope and the text.The left side has “testable” information.
7Examples of Teacher Left Side Content Notes, taken in the format directed by Ms. PopeHandoutsGraphic organizersExample problems worked out with written “running” commentaryContent to go on a math foldable
8Right Side The right is for “reflection.” The right side belongs to YOU!The right side is where you record your PROCESSING of the teacher-provided notes, handouts, etc. (i.e. of the left side items).
9Examples of Student Right Side Work/Products Guided practiceGraphic organizersFoldablesHomework assignmentYour re-writing of notes into your own language and/or with illustrations
10More Examples of Right Side Work/Products Math journal entries (e.g. about real-world math, about the assigned Internet math practice homework)Creative math memory hooksMental math models (e.g. a story about “good guys leaving” and “bad guys leaving” to explain pos/neg integer multiplication)
11Extra Credit Right Side Work/Products NOTE: These are graded by detailed rubrics.math riddles (especially for geometry)student-created math games requiring math expertise (both to create and play the game; can involve dice, spinners, etc.)poems/raps to aid memory of concepts or algorithmsetc.
12sample re-write of class notes into right-side MIN format source:sample re-write of class notes into right-side MIN format. . . in your own language!
13Sample Math Memory Hook with Illustration source:
16Maintaining the Interactive Notebook Update “Unit Table of Contents” when updated by the teacherDate and number each pageNo doodling that doesn’t relate to notesNo ripped out pages or torn corners
17Test Your MIN Knowledge Can you mentally fill in the blanks below and mentally “circle” the correct words?The left side is for _______ _______. It is for input/output. (circle one) from the _________.The right side is for _____________. It is for input/output. (circle one) from the _________.Answers: The left side is for LEARNABLE CONENT. It is for input from the teacher.The right side is for REFLECTION. It is for output from the student.