Topic: Lesson Plans
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July 6th, 2011, 06:52 AM
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I'm a lesson plan type of person. I think it depends more on your personality and your state requirements. If you feel like a plan would help you, then dive into it now and get it all hashed out before school starts. If you'd rather not, then make sure your record-keeping requirements for the state permit a lack of lesson plan, and just wing it!

I'm a newbie, so what do I know, but this is what I would do/have been doing:

As far as making a lesson plan, just divide the number of pages in your textbooks by the number of school days you need to report and mark each day's lesson in the book. You might have to tweak each lesson by a page or two to make it coherent, but you'll find that it's pretty easy once you know how each book is laid out. Take a few weeks with it.
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