Posts tagged lesson plans
Posts tagged lesson plans
Would people prefer linked if I linked to the google docs, or pasted the full text after a “read more” break?
Also linked on my main page.
I have no idea if this is going to work well or not, but I do have a small collection of lesson plans I’ve had the pleasure of using in the classroom. After using them I go back and add reflections, and in some cases rewrite them accordingly. My hope is that by putting them up here for the rest of the #education group on Tumblr, they’ll get some more use, since I may not be in a classroom proper for…a while.
I’ll post tested and untested lessons, in both static and modifiable formats, as well as any edits anyone cares to send me, with credit/links, after using them and making their own improvements/modifications for their own use. I’ll also post resources I’ve made myself (I’m in art/layout design among other things along with/when I’m not teaching) and eventually the lessons for which they were constructed, if applicable.
This is a rather harrowing thing for me as I am very self-conscious about my typical lesson plans in general, but I hope they can be useful to someone; there’s no point in letting them waste away on my hard drive.
(Excuse me if this is any level of incoherent; I just drove six hours to be with a friend of mine and it is two in the morning, but I was awake and wanted to get this done.)
Hey all, I’d love to construct some more Grammar Games and the like but I’m not entirely sure what you’re doing in the classroom right now — at the moment, most of the districts here are in the middle of their state tests, and curriculum boils down to review. (Part of this is sheer curiosity — I love to know what people are doing in the classroom.)
What’s coming up? What do you plan to teach next? Or, for those who don’t necessarily have curriculum-planning power yet, what’s coming up next in your classroom?
I’m writing up potential lesson plans for the peers in my Literacy Acquisition course to consider for using newspapers in the classroom — we have a lot of physical education majors in there, and I KNOW that they can make use of those, considering that I had to do newspaper article summaries whenever I missed gym for injuries. When I get the work done that I have to hand in, I may post a slew of those ideas up here, for anyone who’s interested. In the meantime, I’m wondering:
Who else uses newspapers in the classroom?
What’s your favorite activity/lesson for using them in your class?
Does anyone make it a goal to use them on a semi-regular basis?