Organize a student notebook

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Organize a student notebook

Read the following class discussion on organizing a student notebook and answer the questions. Then read the teacher’s directions on how to organize a student notebook and answer the questions.  Reread both selections to answer the contrast and comparison to answers.
Mrs. Reed’s class discussion on how to organize a notebook.
Mrs. Reed:  Class, now settle down.  We are going to talk about how to organize our notebooks this year so everyone can find all of their materials when they need them. Let’s get a volunteer to write down our notes.  Sally, I see your hand up.  You can volunteer.
Sally:  Yes, I will do it.
Stephen:     We need dividers and a bunch of notes.  Well, we need notebook paper to put in it.  Then we need to put the tabs in place.
Arthur:      We have a lot of stuff we need to be sure is organized.  Are we doing it for all of our subjects  or just a few?  Will we have it for notes, too?  Do we need a calendar to show what to do each day for homework or studying for tests?
Sally:      Wait a minute, I am having trouble writing all of this down.  I have that we would need dividers and note paper and tabs.  Give me some time and Arthur needs to say his stuff  again, please.
George:  I do not like notebooks, and I can just stick my papers in my books or my backpack.
Mary:   I love notebooks and I know it can help me get my stuff together so I don’t forget to do it.
Arthur: Gee, I do not know if I can remember it all.  But here goes.  All subjects or just a few. Do we need notes section, calendar for the assignment?  I think that was all.
Harriet: I want my favorite pet’s picture to be in my notebooks and lots of flowers on the outside.
Robert: How about a page to show that our parents sign off on us doing assignments, too?  Cuz we had one of those to take home last year with Mr. Gray every night.
Mrs. Reed: Wow, I think we have some great ideas now! I will look over what Sally has written down  and we can get started on this first thing tomorrow morning.

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Word Lists:

Assignment : a task or piece of work assigned to someone as part of a job or course of study

Calendar : a chart or series of pages showing the days, weeks, and months of a particular year, or giving particular seasonal information.

Need : require (something) because it is essential or very important

Organized : arranged in a systematic way, especially on a large scale

Organize : arrange into a structured whole; order

Favorite : preferred before all others of the same kind

Discussion : the action or process of talking about something in order to reach a decision or to exchange ideas

Volunteer : a person who freely offers to take part in an enterprise or undertake a task.

Section : any of the more or less distinct parts into which something is or may be divided or from which it is made up

Test : a procedure intended to establish the quality, performance, or reliability of something, especially before it is taken into widespread use


Additional Information:

Rating: A

Words: 417

Unique Words : 186

Sentences : 36

Reading Time : 1:51

Noun : 152

Conjunction : 29

Adverb : 23

Interjection : 2

Adjective : 5

Pronoun : 55

Verb : 73

Preposition : 38

Letter Count : 1,666

Sentiment : Positive

Tone : Conversational

Difficult Words : 59

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