Title Page Interactive Student Note Book Guidelines Table of Contents (5 Pages) Assignment Grade Sheet (3- 5 Pages) Numbering (1-50) “Appointment Clock” Ribbon to be used as a bookmark (tomorrow) WHAT GOES IN AN ISN?
What is the purpose of the ISN? The purpose of the ISN is to enable you to be a creative, independent thinker and writer. Interactive notebooks will be used for class notes and activities in which you will be asked to express your own ideas and process the information presented in class. ISNs will help organize the content covered during class and should be used as a reference tool for completing assignments. What materials do I need? Composition Book, Magazines, Scissors, Glue Stick, Markers /Colored Pencils, Pens/Pencils What goes in my ISN? We will use graphically organized visuals to help you take notes, structuring them so that key ideas are clear and supported by examples from class activities, discussions, or other assignments. Your notebook will be used for a variety of different activities to preview learning and process new content to demonstrate understanding. How will my ISN be graded? See ISN Grading Rubric on the next page. What happens if I’m absent? If you are absent, it is your responsibility to obtain notebook assignments from a classmate or from the Interactive Teacher Notebook. _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ Student Signature Date Parent Signature Date INTERACTIVE STUDENT NOTEBOOK GUIDELINES
Jane Doe Interactive Student Notebook Teacher’s Name Course Name School Year
TITLE PAGE Make 5 pages of Table of Contents on the front and back of each page. Date Table of Contents Page #
Begin numbering the top outside corner of each page Begin numbering pages 1-50 1 2
TITLE PAGE Start with the last page and make 5 pages of the Assignment Stamp Sheet on the front and back of each page. Date Assignment Stamp (or Grade) Sheet Page # Stamp or Grade T. Of C., pages # Character Collage Foldable 10 pts./12 pts. = 83
This activity involves an “Appointment Clock,” which is a way arranging for interaction with a partner. Get up from your seats and catch the eye of someone you do not know. Introduce yourself and exchange notebooks. Starting at the 12 o’clock position on your “appointment clock,” write your name in that person’s notebook and vice versa. Now locate another person you do not know and do the same for the 3 o’clock position. Continue the process with 6 o’clock and 9 o’clock. “CLOCKING”
VOCABULARY FOLDABLE Take a piece of paper and place it vertically (tall).
VOCABULARY FOLDABLE Fold it so that you end up with a right triangle and an extra flap.