Age of Exploration Digital Interactive Notebook Unit
This resource is an Age of Exploration DIGITAL Interactive Notebook for middle or high school. The file is 80+ pages long and includes a complete answer key and a unit assessment.
Please note, this unit includes the same activities as some of those included in my traditional cut and paste interactive notebook American History Interactive Notebook Jefferson Era – Reconstruction, but these graphic organizers are digital. Teachers may want to use both versions with students to meet different needs.
Digital pages can be used without cutting or gluing. The graphic organizers can also be printed to use as note sheets. The answer keys can also be printed for students with IEPs requiring written notes.
There are 23 colored graphic organizers, and those same organizers are also included in black and white. The answer key is included, and it is written on the black and white organizers so that teachers can print them for students with printed notes in their IEPs.
One assessment is included in Google Forms. A paper copy of the quiz and answer key is also included in the pdf, so teachers can choose which version to use.
The topics and questions are not editable. The answers in the answer key are editable, so teachers can edit them to fit the resource or textbook they have.
The organizers have text boxes placed on top of them, so they are ready for student use.
Topics covered in this product include:
Conquest of Inca and Aztec Empires
The Columbian Exchange
Juan Ponce de Leon
Bartolome de las Casas
Please note that the content is not included. In this file are graphic organizers and activities to help your student organize his or her interactive notebook. On the graphic organizers are topics and/or questions to guide him/her.
How to Get the Files
Teachers will obtain the file by using links in a pdf file. Clicking those links will take teachers to a webpage that will have them make a copy of the original files in their Google Drive. Please make sure you are logged into the Google account when you click the links, as it will copy the files to whatever Google account you are logged into at the time.
The files can be downloaded and moved to Microsoft One Note or another online platform.
Teachers have permission to post the images online for their students on a password-protected site.