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Apparently, I NEED these books by Dinah Zike. I see them everywhere on other teachers' pins...

Interactive notebook ideas for notes, writing, reading strategies, etc. MAKE a tab in their writing notebook called "references". Glue in pics of anchor charts we have made together...for examples, I like the "character traits" chart this guy made. Make one as a class, snap a photo of it and run off copies for them to put in the resource section.

The Middle School Mouth: Interactive Notebooks - Yet Again

The Middle School Mouth: Interactive Notebooks - Yet Again . . . thinking about doing this with my 8th grade combo class next year....could we do a math one, too?

Interactive Notebooks--would be good for taking notes on literary elements especially (using colored pencils to make the key ideas stand out since study skills are such a weakness)

The Middle School Mouth: Language Arts interactive notebook ideas. Wow.. what an awesome summarizing idea. I really love that it includes some higher level thinking in an accessible way.

The Middle School Mouth: Interactive Notebooks - Yet Again

point of view foldable in an interactive notebook I like that there's just a front to this - it's more of a flappable than a foldable :)

The Middle School Mouth--excellent interactive notebook examples for middle school language arts

The Middle School Mouth: Language Arts Interactive Notebooks...so many good ideas

The Middle School Mouth: ELA Interactive Notebooks

The Middle School Mouth--Middle School Language Arts teacher who uses Interactive Notebooks. I've been looking for a blog like this! Genius!