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Old 08-25-2006, 11:04 AM
 
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I've been reading up on all of the threads for Interactive Student Notebooks, and have seen many helpful websites. I am a seventh grade Language Arts teacher and am going to give this a shot this year. Does anyone use these in their classes? If so, can you share how you organize it. Do you use it for grammar, vocab, reading, and writing? Do you give students the left-sided activities for each lesson, or do they choose? Do you model these activities!

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I use the left side for teacher directed and the right for student response.

I don't use it for writing. I have a three part notebook - MUGS, Lit, Grammar
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I noticed MUGS, what is that? I am a fourth grade language arts teacher and I am trying to get my writing program together.
 
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M = Mechanics
U = Usage
G = Grammar

For bell work I have two sentences on the board that need to be corrected. we go over it in class, discuss them and they correct anything they did not correct in the first place. Every five school days they get a paragraph with the same type of errors to correct. that is the one they get the grade on. I don't do a left/right thing with that section.

I use "Daily Language Workouts" from Great Source. I have also used "Grammar with a Giggle". DLW is less work for me but Giggle is more fun for the kids.

Some call it Daily oral language. You might find some on line. I found this one for fifth grade:
http://dk061.k12.sd.us/daily_oral_language.htm
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