Re: [art_education] Lesson Plan Structure....? Assistance please.
- Carol,My district requires a standard lesson plan template. We must have it finished by Monday A.M. of the week we are teaching. They used to require that we e-mail them by Sunday night, but decided not to clog up their e-mail inboxes with our plans. Hurray!I don't mind doing the plans, some teachers just recycle the old ones and just change the dates, but I hardly ever do the same thing twice, so I'm constantly writing new plans. I tend to insert visuals into the plans to help a sub if she/he has to take over for me, for instance, if we are working on a project based on a piece by Romare Bearden, I insert a small thumbnail of one of Bearden's pieces.I am attaching our template, it is an Excel spreadsheet.Kris FontesUnion City Middle/High School----- Original Message -----From: joyuzsongSent: Thursday, October 02, 2003 7:15 PMSubject: [art_education] Lesson Plan Structure....? Assistance please.Hi Everyone,
My department coordinator is focusing more on curriculum this
year. (She has to because her supervisor is asking for it.) We are trying to get
more in synch with what we cover and when we cover it. I think that one of
the ways to accomplish this faster is if we have a standard lesson plan form.
So here are my questions:
1) Do you like the idea of a standardized form?
2) What structure do you use?
3) Is there a form required by your school or system?
4) Is there a form required by the National Teachers' Board?
Thanks for reading........Carol C.
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