Interactive notebooks

Discover innovative ways to engage students with interactive notebooks. Enhance learning and make studying fun with these top ideas for interactive notebooks.
Teaching, Organisation, Engaging Lessons, Reading Comprehension Passages, Interactive Writing Notebook, Writing Mini Lessons, Interactive Writing, Interactive Notebook Activities, Writing Rubrics

Step-by-Step Reading is a series of effective reading units used in thousands of classrooms. It is full of engaging lessons and resources. A scaffolding approach helps students understand what they are reading. Research shows that building from a basic reading skill to a more complex one not only develops, but strengthens

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Fernanda
Interactive Notebooks, Interactive Student Notebooks, Interactive Notebooks Kindergarten, Interactive Journals, Teacher's Guide, Student Notebooks, Teacher Guides, Interactive Science Notebook, Teaching Plan

I was asked to present Interactive Student Notebooks at our Gulf Regional Innovative Teaching Conference. I have used them in my classroom for 4 years and was super happy to share all of the things I have stolen from other teachers! I only had 50 minutes to talk about something I could talk for days about! What better way to teach teachers about interactive notebooks than to have them create their own! This is also my love letter to Math Equals Love for putting her amazing ideas out into the…

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Cassandra White
Spanish interactive notebooks Grammar, Spanish Interactive Notebook, Spanish Notes, Lecture, Spanish Language Learning, Spanish Lessons, Teaching Spanish, Spanish Activities, Learning Spanish

Spanish Interactive Notebooks If you've read my posts on teaching Spanish without a textbook, you know I've moved away from teaching explicit grammar. I don't introduce verb charts until at least December, and every year that gets later. For the first part of the year, our grammar section sits empty. This is because students are acquiring grammar structures through comprehensible input, even when they don't know it. Our 'class content' section is chock-full of grammar. It's just not…

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Verónica