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Planning and Conducting Instruction
A great case study demnstrating how to regain control of your class.
A great game that helps plan and conduct instruction.
This is a wonderful website with many helpful resources for classroom management of
5-minute video. Differentiating with Learning Menus.
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A helpful website to keep remainders and dates posted at hand on your computer
Lists what each different learning style is used with different activities.
Great website about Visual Instruction Plans.
This seems like a pretty powerful tool for teachers and the best part is that you can access it from anywhere. The start screen shows it as a grade book, but it is so much more.
Lots of lessons in one location.
A helpful link outlining mistakes you can make in teaching a lesson and how to correct them.
This link provides some great examples and information on how to plan and conduct instruction in the classroom! Awesome for new teachers.
Awesome tips on how to improve classroom instruction!
It's a tutorial to design and make your own lesson plan book. This allows you to move plans around as needed.
Helpful templates for lesson planning!
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this method will work for anyone and anything
Planboard is an app designed for teachers. They can design their lessons move them around, change them, organize their entire day and even share them with others. This is an innovative way that makes lesson planning much easier to share with others, including parents who want to know exactly what is going on in the classroom.
This is an article that actually informs of the most common mistakes made when planning lessons and gives pointers on how to avoid them.
This website shows ideas on how to organize and assess guided reading.
Near the bottom of this blog the teacher shows how she keeps her lesson plans and materials organized for the week in drawers.
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Steps for planning instruction
finding really cool and simple projects/tools to make with the students is always really helpful and handy to use.
this is a great way to organize and put you lesson plans in for each week to look over and to make sure you have everything you need to cover!
lesson planning templates
Color coded lesson plan templates. This would definitely be helpful!
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This is a neat bulletin board set that you can use at the beginning of each day!
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Peanuts Lesson Plan & Record Book
I actually saw this lesson plan book in a store and it was awesome! I have to have it!
Great website with lesson plans for any subject along with resources for several other aspects of teaching
This is a great website that gives you great course planning tips that can help any teacher get prepared for the each new year.
Youtube education can help you find informative videos that not only helo engage your students during your lesson but also can be used to find ideas to help any teacher find creative ideas for their lesson.
I found this poster online and i thought it would be helpful to have while creating lessons to help me to keep in mind what the goal is for my lessons!
A lot of really neat ideas of how to organize your lesson plans! It has a lot of other really great resources as well.
Interactive calendar for math
An interactive calendar for math, it changes every day and the students can help!
Video creating a lesson plan on Google apps.
Steps on writing a quality lesson plan.
Advice on positive classroom instruction.
Some differentiation strategies. They are a must!
Great site to use when you need to organize/plan/write things out! Comes complete with forms that you can download and print out for your classroom/teacher needs.
The teacher should always be prepared for new students to arrive! This is a great idea that will keep papers, forms, etc. together in one place that will also be convenient and easy for a child to take home and bring back! So simple!
Graphic organizers: allow the teacher to organize the lesson in a visual manner so that the students are able to organize the knowledge they are acquiring.
The teacher spends much classroom time explaining or demonstrating something to the whole class, a small group, or an individual. Student resource materials typically do not provide extensive explanations of concepts, and students often need a demonstration and examples in order to understand procedures.
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Two websites with tips for writing better
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Answers the question - Why do we need lesson plans?
A free, online way to plan lessons for the week or the whole school year. A great way to have access to your plans anywhere you go.
Just because you want to teach creative lessons doesn’t mean you have to think of them all on your own. This article provides links to tons of free interesting lesson plans that you can adjust to meet the needs of your lesson and your class.
different ideas on organizing your lesson plan materials etc.
This website gives you the opportunity to post lessons and have teachers give you feedback after teaching your lesson.
This site gives you tons of great ideas for what to do in the morning, what students should do when their done, and test taking strategies. It also provides links to other websites with ideas on each topic!
Dr. Julie Coiro- a complete literacy guide to designing lesson plans with the 5 essential skills: modeled reading, shared reading, interactive reading, guided reading and independent reading
12 tips on how to improve comprehension
This is an organized binder. Inside you can post lesson plans, students assessments, grading, students general information.
The Sub Tub is also a great use for the substitute teacher to have when the teacher has a sub that includes lessons and materials needed when the teacher is out for the day.
This represents the teachers lessons for the week and materials such as worksheets and homework that go with each lesson. By having each day labeled and colored it helps the teacher with what is planned for each day and if a student is absent they can go to their organized lessons and materials to give the student what's needed.
This website is full of resources when planning your lessons
A great article on tips for instruction and the struggling reader.
This is organized by days of the week (color) and then also subject. I think this is a great way to stay organized with your lesson planning.
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