To practice reading, writing, and reading skills, and to review previous vocabulary work. To listen for vocabulary words in video. To write vocabulary words and associate them with pictures in mini book.
I went from 5th grade to Computers, so not much I could reuse there. Typing your plans will also help you with those subjects that follow a weekly pattern where you do something the same or similar each day of the week. For instance, I usually do the same routine each week for Spelling.
Another perk of typing your plans, is that you can fit so much MORE into that little box legibly! This is especially nice when you have a sub trying to read your smooshed chicken scratch!
I found a basic lesson plan template and blinged it out customizing it to make it beautiful. This was one of the first things I did when I found out back in April I would be teaching this fall!
I am giving you a blank copy ready to be customized by you! Most of it is ready to be edited and customized. You can just click and drag the specials images around based on your weekly schedule.
I have removed this due to the request by the author of the template I customized. See the original template link above. They are so temperamental and go wacky at the drop of a hat, it seems!
I changed all my fonts to basic ones in the hopes that when you download it on your computer it will still look like mine. I found a turquoise binder at Target with the fancy ovalish rings that make it easy to open and close… those are a must for a binder like this that I will constantly be in and out of.
I got the 1. Of course, I had to make a cute binder cover too!
This one coordinates with my master binder cover. I have a blank one for you. Just open in ribbet or picmonkey and add your name or other info if you wish. Any tips for lesson plan typing?Print blank checks for check writing practice or for a check question student worksheet or checking lesson plan.
Instructional checks include the option to make customized checks or . Fill in the blanks of your lesson plan template. If you are using the 8-Step Template, use these step-by-step instructions as a guide for your writing.; Label your learning objective as cognitive, affective, psychomotor, or any combination of these.
The World Of Anne Frank Subjects Social Sciences Language Arts Grades Brief Description Students use the provided online resources to learn about the life of Anne Frank and the diary in which she chronicled her family's years in hiding before being sent to Nazi concentration camps.
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