As we enter into July, I am approaching my 7th year of teaching. I began my career teaching English Language Arts and Reading, but after three years I made the switch to 7th Grade American History. When I began teaching history, I just knew that I was going to incorporate my love for ELA into my new classroom, as it was pertinent to meeting the new standards. One feature I brought from my ELA classroom was the Interactive Notebook system for organizing classroom notes and activities.
Interactive Notebooks (INB) allow students to create a personalized textbook. INBs can be used in just about every subject area. As I begin planning for the upcoming year and throughout the year, I will be providing freebies that I have created to make my life easier in the classroom! Today, I am offering a basic table of contents that can be used for any class. If you’d like me to personalize the table of contents, send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are some helpful hints when printing or copying pages for your INB:
- Print two pages on one sheet.
- Or copy/print at 80%
This ensures that the pages are the perfect fit for Interactive Notebooks!
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