Doodle notes are so great for memory using visuals, it taps into parts of the brain not often used in science, increases understanding of vocabulary, generates great discussions and allows students to show off their artistic skills!
There is no prep! All you have to do is print one per student and put the key up on the screen when they are done!
You have some options as to how you can use the doodle notes:
1-You can use the PowerPoint to lecture as students fill the doodle notes in.
2-Post the PowerPoint on your website and students can fill them in for homework.
3-Use them for a subplan.
This product Includes the following:
-Blank Doodle Note Sheet to adapt to your classroom
-Doodle Notes Student Copy
-Answer Key / Student examples
-Electromagnetic Spectrum PowerPoint
Includes the following concepts:
-Real-life examples of the above
Includes the Following NGSS Standards:
PS4.B: Electromagnetic Radiation
• A wave model of light is useful for explaining brightness, color, and the frequency-dependent bending of light at a surface between media. (MS-PS4-2)
• However, because light can travel through space, it cannot be a matter wave, like sound or water waves. (MS-PS4-2)
PS4.A: Wave Properties
• A simple wave has a repeating pattern with a specific wavelength, frequency, and amplitude. (MS-PS4-1)
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