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Saturday, February 11, 2012

Lesson planning

At our school, we have the freedom to make our plans in the format we choose.  I like to make almost a fill-in-the-blank schedule for my plans.  (Feel free to open the files below to get an idea of what I use.  My template for this year is always a work in progress, so keep that in mind! :) )

I choose to do this for a couple of reasons:
1.  It gives a substitute extra details.  This means when you wake up at 3:00 in the morning feeling sick you don't have to try to write out details for a substitute.  I also have an emergency substitute folder with extra plans and lesson in case they can't figure out my normal schedule.  

2.  It saves time- lots of time!  By making a template, I don't have to re-write the same details each week- I just fill in story titles, page numbers, etc.

So, how do you plan? Do you use a lesson plan book with the boxes?  Do you make your own template?   Or do you only plan online?  
Click here for the PDF version or here for the .docx version.



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