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ESL forum > Teaching material > INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS    



Does anyone know where can I find some free stuff for EFL teaching, young learners?
Or at least some kind of tutorial - how to use INB in EFL classes. 

16 Mar 2016      

United States

I am not sure what an interactive notebook is, but I did a little research and it does not seem to be for young children, as it includes rubrics, higher order thinking levels, vocabulary with symbolic examples, etc.  It seems to be a very well organized notebook where you paste in handouts.  Maybe you can create one with minibooks and vocabulary pictures and simple worksheets in pockets so they don �t get lost?  https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/FREEBIE-All-About-Interactive-Notebooks-Editable-Expectation-Guide-1352033 has an example (for older kids), https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BZHqUVvXcI#t=640.290225 is a youtube video of another example (also for older kids).  The closest thing to an interactive notebook that I am familiar with is a flip book, where you divide several animal bodies into thirds: head, trunk and legs. then you can exchange heads, tummies, and legs, by flipping through the book. Example: an elephanteraffeape is an animal with an elephant head, giraffe middle, and ape legs. a tigerphantagator has a tiger head, elephant middle, and alligator legs.
Do you know about Magic English videos that feature Disney?

18 Mar 2016