Why is it necessary to have a handful of foldables in your interactive notebook lessons? Foldables are one of the best ways to organize quick information.
Students rely on straightforward methods to gather learning material to put into practice. Much of the techniques in learning comes from using organization skills.
Students thrive in learning environments that generate painless ways to put together information.
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How to use input and output activities for your interactive notebook classes?
When using instructional techniques for interactive notebooks, it is best to use simple methods. Students engage better when the activities are short with easy to follow directions.
Ensure your students are ready to learn when you give them simple step-by-step instructions. The activities shown here are samples you can use in your own classroom or homeschool group.
You will see how to use Question of the Day and Exit Ticket samples as part of input and output activities. Also, you will notice KWL charts are very versatile educational tools. These tables are used as anchor charts or posters with ideas for all year-long.
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Learning Spanish prepositions using classroom objects
We learned the names for common classroom objects in our last Spanish lesson. Many of these objects can easily be found just by looking for them every day in your classroom or homeschool class. Today, we will learn how to use these classroom objects to learn about Spanish prepositions.
If you didn’t get a chance to print out the Spanish Classroom object worksheet, I hope you can have one handy for the next activity we will be doing. You will also need the following:
- Color pencils
- Writing worksheet
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