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**Math Interactive Notebook (MIN)**

A Key Element to Success in Math Class with Ms. Pope This is a modified PowerPoint of a PowerPoint originally shared by Melinda Gannon and Ms. Sanders.

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**Have you ever heard yourself say . . .**

I can't find my . . . notes, homework, old quizzes . . . I can't remember what we 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?

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**Keep it all together with your**

Interactive Notebook!

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**What is an Interactive Notebook?**

A personalized, clear textbook A working portfolio -- all of your notes, classwork, homework, etc. -- in one convenient spot

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**Left Side – Right Side Orientation**

Left side items are items from the teacher and text to be . . . LEARNABLE CONTENT Notes, taken in the format directed by Ms. Pope Handouts Graphic organizers Example problems worked out with written “running” commentary Content to go on a math foldable Work period input Word Wall terms Right side items are the student’s . . . REFLECTIONS Guided practice Graphic organizers Foldables Homework assignment Creative math memory hooks Acronyms to aid in memory Math journal entries Poems, raps, riddles, and math games Work Period output

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**Left Side Left is for learnable content!**

The left side “belongs” to Ms. Pope and the text. The left side has “testable” information.

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**Examples of Teacher Left Side Content**

Notes, taken in the format directed by Ms. Pope Handouts Graphic organizers Example problems worked out with written “running” commentary Content to go on a math foldable

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**Right 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).

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**Examples of Student Right Side Work/Products**

Guided practice Graphic organizers Foldables Homework assignment Your re-writing of notes into your own language and/or with illustrations

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**More 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 hooks Mental math models (e.g. a story about “good guys leaving” and “bad guys leaving” to explain pos/neg integer multiplication)

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**Extra 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 algorithms etc.

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**sample 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!

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**Sample Math Memory Hook with Illustration**

source:

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Sample Foldables

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**Daily Student Supplies**

Math Textbook M.I.N. = Mead 5-Subject (5Star) Spiral-bound notebook pencil pouch of supplies: Pencils, glue sticks, markers, colored pencils, scissors, highlighter, basic calculator

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**Maintaining the Interactive Notebook**

Update “Unit Table of Contents” when updated by the teacher Date and number each page No doodling that doesn’t relate to notes No ripped out pages or torn corners

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**Test 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.

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Left Side L20 Right Side R20

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