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Re:Lesson Plan Books


From: Jerry Vilenski (jvilensk_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Feb 21 2002 - 19:37:35 PST

I'm with Michal on this one. I have a rotating 9-day schedule, and in order to keep it all straight, the regular lesson plan books for classroom teachers just don't make it. I lay out a table on the computer that contains 2 weeks at a glance. I format it to a legal sized sheet of paper, landscape orientation, and put the times on the left, the days and schools on the top of each column. Because the dates rotate, I leave a date row blank and fill it in as I go. Each box on the lesson plan sheet gets the teacher's name and grade level, with space to write a short description of the current lesson. The two week at a glance is great to keep things straight, and just a quick glance is all you need to review the previous week The rest of the specialists have adopted this format and really seem to like it. Hope this helps, Jerry