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At the bottom of the Unit/Inquiry Plan is the Lesson Plan template. You can create and tailor your specific lessons, either day by day or sequentially, depending on the Setup Selections. You can plan for your class or groups, week by week and day by day.
You can use the fields Weekly Planner, Teacher Notes and Next Steps in any way that suits you. Many people use them in these ways.
Add a reminder to Weekly Planner – This comment will synchronise to your Weekly and Daily Planners. Many people use it for notes or reminders relating to the scheduled event.
Learning Outcome – This click and build field holds thousands of pre-written Learning Outcomes for Mathematics and English, all filtered to the level of your plan and your groups. You can also add your own so that you can simply click and add to your plans.
Teacher Notes – You can write the concept of the lesson here.
Filebox Resources – If you have added resources to your filebox, you can add them to your lesson here.
Next Steps – When you have completed your lesson, you can write how it went and what you want to do next here.
What is a Day by Day Lesson Sequence?
You normally use a Day by Day Lesson Sequence for reading, writing and mathematics, or any subject where you are planning work each day at a particular time for a class or groups. You can plan for several weeks, Monday through to Friday.
What is a Sequential Lesson Sequence?
You normally use a Sequential Lesson Plan for a topic with the whole class. Often you are not sure when you will teach it. You can preplan the lesson and link it to your Weekly and Daily Planners when you are ready to teach it. You can have as many lesson as you would like within a Unit Plan.