This is the place to find out about the interactive notebook and what should be in it.
♦ No markers or sharpees used on the inside; only colored pencils
♦ pencil should be used for assignments
♦ assignments should be done on time
♦ Do your best work
♦ Left side is for learning - teacher side
♦ Right side is for response to learning - student side
♦ Each page should be numbered on top outer corner - right pages odd, left pages even
♦ Do not rip pages out of notebook
♦ Use it only for Social Studies
♦ Should be in class with you every day
♦ Must have Your name, class, period, room number, teacher name
♦ Must have pics that relate to the study of Ancient Civilizations
♦ pictures can be drawn, computer generated, cut out of magazines
♦ pictures can be drawn on separate paper and glued on
♦ Write a paragraph about yourself. Use complete sentences. Edit your paragraph for spelling, mechanics, grammar.
♦ Draw and color pictures that represent you at the bottom.
♦ Heading should be: DATE (top line, left margin), TABLE OF CONTENTS (center, top line), PAGE (top line, right margin
9/17 - BR
9/20 - HW
9/21 - HW
9/21 - BR
9/21 - HW
9/22 - HW
9/24 - HW
9/29 - HW
9/30 - BR
Table of Contents
Definitions and Examples of Primary and Secondary Sources
What do I think about Primary/ Secondary Sources?
Make a connection: primary/secondary sources
5 Themes of Geography - Class notes
How does geography affect the way you live?
How do we interact with our environment?
5 themes outline
Throw me a line
Geography Mystery Organizer and notes
NYS 5 Themes response
How do you find absolute location?
Unit 2 - Early Humans
Unit 2 Essential Questions
Unit 2 preassessment
Unit 2 Vocabulary
Patterns of migration map
paleolithic age notes
neolithic age notes