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Re: Lesson Plan Book Method for Art Teachers?

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  • terimcclain
    Thanks so much for posting an example of your schedule etc... it was very helpful! I teach at 2 schools, 1,000 kids a week and record keeping etc is not my
    Message 1 of 7 , Oct 27, 2009
      Thanks so much for posting an example of your schedule etc... it was very helpful! I teach at 2 schools, 1,000 kids a week and record keeping etc is not my strength!!!Thanks Teri

      --- In art_education@yahoogroups.com, "Camille " <cammyoh@...> wrote:
      >
      > I teach in AZ and have about 900 students. I see most classes once a week
      > for 45 minutes.
      >
      > I have tried to keep all of my classes on the same lesson. Some kids have ½
      > days – or they miss a day of the week and get behind so in order to keep
      > myself organized I will write a note to myself after the class on the next
      > week's schedule to let me know what the class is working on. Sometimes I
      > write – continue coloring…or a title of a lesson and which day we are on.
      >
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      >
      > I print a semesters worth of schedules and leave them blank so I can write
      > down what the class accomplished and on the upcoming schedule I write what
      > they will be doing the next week. It's worked well for a record keeping
      > book.
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      > I also print one master schedule for the upcoming week of what lesson we're
      > working on, the lesson objectives and state standards.
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      >
      > I don't know if it will work but I was going to send an attachment to the
      > group of what my schedule sheet looks like.
      >
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