Teach Darwin’s Theory and, at the same time, help your middle schoolers personalize their learning and organize their notes! These Interactive Notebook templates offer a notes page and a student input page for natural selection, evidence for evolution, and speciation.
Included in this resource:
- Darwin’s voyage and observations – notes page
- 4 steps of Darwin’s theory – notes and card sort activity (Which step of Natural Selection does this card represent?)
- Evidence of Evolution – notes page and foldable activity (vocab review)
- Speciation – notes page and cut-and-paste activity (arrange these images and descriptions of the steps of speciation in order)
- How to use Interactive notebooks – tips and tricks, rubric
- 2 interactive notebook cover templates – students can choose and color their own cover
- Natural Selection tab template for students to create a unit divider in their interactive notebook
- Answer keys
Students use Interactive notebooks to take notes, draw diagrams, create graphs, and paste in photos or other visuals to help them better understand the material.
One of the great things about INBs is that they offer a way for students to personalize what they’re learning. Another benefit of INBs is that they help students stay organized. Gone are the torn up folders with papers stuffed inside. Since the interactive notebook is a bound notebook, losing notes is a problem of the past. By having all of their class materials in one place, students can take control of their own learning.
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