Interactive Science Notebook (ISN)

  • Please click on the documents at the bottom of the page for the ISN Guidelines and a Powerpoint Presentation on the ISN.

    The following is an on going log of what should go on what pages of the ISN. The previous EVEN numbered page on the LEFT side should be the RESPONSE to the item on the right side. For example, p. 10 should be titled, "Response to Lab Safety Expectations."

    Remember that ALL pages, including the EVEN numbered pages, should:
    1. have a title and date
    2. be entered into the table of contents


    Table of Contents  (ongoing log)
    1 - 5       Table of Contents
    6 - 7       Classroom Procedures
    8 - 9       Course Overview
    10 - 11   ISN Guidelines
    12 - 13   Lab Safety Contract
    14 - 15   Density Notes
    16 - 17   Identifying Variables
    18 - 19   Warm Up: Variables
    20 - 21   Scientific Inquiry and Laboratory Equipment
    22 - 23   Warm Up: Density
    24 - 25   Practicing the Scientific Method
    26 - 27   Warm Up: Hypothesis
    28 - 29   Notes: Results and Conclusion
    30 - 31   Warm Up: Results and Conclusion
    32 - 33   Notes: Procedure
    34 - 35   Warm Up: Procedure
    36 - 37   Example Cornell Notes
    38 - 39   Notes: Earth in Space and Cornell Notes 40-42
                            and Cornell Notes 43-45
    40 - 41   Warm Up: Earth in Space I
    42 - 43   Warm Up: Earth in Space II
    44 - 45   Textbook Questions for Earth in Space
    46 - 47   Worksheet: Determining Hours of Daylight
    48 - 49   Warm Up: Earth in Space III
    50 - 51   Warm Up: Earth in Space IV
    52 - 53   Oreo Moon Phases
    54 - 55   Textbook Questions for The Moon
    56 - 57   Notes: The Moon and Cornell Notes 46-47 and Cornell Notes 48-54
    58 - 59   Warm Up: Moon Phases
    60 - 61   Worksheet - Study Guide - The Moon - Earth's Satellite
    62 - 63   Warm Up: Moon, Tides, Eclipses
    64 - 65   Lunar Calendar
    66 - 67   Warm Up: Eclipses and Tides
    68 - 69   Textbook Questions on Meteors, Asteroids and Comets
    70 - 71   Notes: Meteors, Asteroids, Comets and Cornel Notes 90-93
    72 - 73   Warm Up: Meteors, Asteroids, Comets
    74 - 75   Notes: Earth's Layers and Cornell Notes 55-58
    76 - 77   Triple Beam Lab
    78 - 79   Warm Up: Earth's Layers
    80 - 81   Textbook Questions pp. 60, 67, 68
    82 - 83   Worksheet 3.1
    84 - 85   Warm Up: Contrasting Earth's Layers
    86 - 87   Textbook Questions pp. 65, 67, 68
        *** 88 - 97 to be added 0n 1/28 and 1/29 ***


ISN Guidelines and Powerpoint