Sunday, February 5, 2012

Lesson Plans for Next Week

I have received quite a few questions about my schedule. I thought I would post my newest version of my schedule. I have had to revise it a few times to help accommodate my students who receive special services. I am hoping this newest one will last me the rest of the year.

You can grab the lessons from my Google Doc account.

If you want a copy of the Power Point lesson plans so you can make your own click here.  Here is my disclaimer:   I do not know how to keep the fonts the same, so your copy will revert to different font.  You may want to do a little editing.

I do not have the guided reading titles listed because I left those plans at school... Err...  I will have to write the titles in tomorrow.

I finished these yesterday.



Now you know EVERYTHING...almost everything...LOL!

Let me know if you find these plans helpful.  I'm not promising anything, but I might try to post these weekly if  you find it beneficial.

37 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing your schedule! I feel like I'm always revising mine too!
    Jody
    Camp Kindergarten

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  2. I LOVE your lesson plan format! Did you create the format yourself? If so- willing to share?! =)
    Thanks for creating and sharing such wonderful ideas and resources! Love them!
    Jessica
    Under the Alphabet Tree

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    1. Hi Jessica,

      I just sent you an email version that you can modify (Power Point).

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  3. I always love to see other teacher's schedules. Thanks for sharing! I noticed you do Saxon Math-we do Saxon as well. We looking to upgrade to 3rd Edition next year. What edition do you teach from and how do you like it? I loved Saxon when I taught first grade but I absolutely hate the Kg. Saxon right now.

    Megan
    meganr@purdy.k12.mo.us

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    1. Hi Megan. I have to say that I am not in-love with Saxon. I like the number writing practice, but it seems to skim the surface. My understanding is that rigor is added as the grades go up. I am glad we are laying the groundwork. It is easy to supplement my curriculum with math stations.

      Whew!

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  4. I just started blogging and found your blog. I love it. Thank you for sharing your schedule. I love seeing what other people are doing. I'm jealous of all the time you have. We go from 7:30-1:30. This year my schedule has us out of the room from 11-1:05 for lunch, bathroom break, specials, and recess. It is hard for me to fit everything in and find a balance between our teaching series and supplementing. I can't wait to read more of your blog. Feel free to check my blog out.
    Glitter and Glue

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    1. Holy smokes! I have a hard time getting my day in as it is! I can't imagine!

      Welcome to the blogging world!!!!

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  5. Hi! I love your lesson plan template, as well! Could you email it to me? I enjoy your blog and your TPT store. You have wonderful ideas and I enjoy using them in my room.

    Thanks.

    Erin
    Erin.Mussler@jefferson.kyschools.us

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    1. Thanks Erin! I just edited my post and included a Power Point version, so you can download the template.

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  6. I too LOVE looking at and picking the brain of others! I had to really overhaul my plans / layout this year. I had 2-3 extra support teachers coming in on top of my 2 sped associates so to make all 5 of those adults "work" at one time its crazy. NOW...I have 5 literacy groups Begin readers, readers, slightly better readers, readers that need to work on specific skills like rate / emotion (but are well past the K curriculum) and then 2 MORE kiddos that are surely working out of a first grade level! My mind currently spins trying to figure out how to meet w/ kiddos at least 3 times a week. HOW DOES IT ALL BALANCE?! I dont know. How do you use the supplement work w/ literacy stations to make it all work within your classroom.....phew. That is/ was a loaded question! Thanks for sticking w/ me ....I LOVE what you do & share!

    Sarah
    shetrick@gmail.com

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    1. My feeling is that some groups you need to meet with more than 3 times a week. While others need less of your time. Don't worry, my mind spins too. I will repost about the management of my stations. I am thinking about making a few changes this week, so I want to try it out first.

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  7. Thank you for sharing your lesson plan! As a homeschooling mama, this is very helpful to see how I keep in sync with a real teacher. :)

    ~Bekah

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    1. Bekah... You are a real teacher... the best kind!

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  8. Thank you so much for sharing your plans! I find it so helpful to see how other teachers plan and schedule your day. On your Word Explorers...do you do the same 2 new sight words every day and switch up the other two? I wish I could plan out my day like yours...I love the flow. I have 1 student who goes half day and need to make sure I get math and reading in before lunch.

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    1. Hi Carrie, Yes, I keep the same 2 words all week. I then select 2 other words for review. These will change each day.

      I am always tweeking my schedule in search of that perfect flow. Someday... Someday...

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  9. Thank you for sharing your schedule! Have you ever posted about how you introduce all of your wonderful literacy stations that you have going on each week?
    Thanks for all the time you spend creating and sharing!
    ~Erin
    (sorry about the photo...for some reason my Google acct posts as my little guy) :)

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    1. I love the photo... How can it possibly keep a smile off my face. Sleeping babies are the BEST! I have posted about management. I am thinking of making a few changes, so I will post again after I try them out this week.

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  10. I love your lesson plan lay out, I hade been wanting to move my plans to digital versions but haven't found a format I like. Would you mine emailing me your digital copy? Thank you so much, love your blog!! :)

    augustinelm@gmail.com

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    1. I just edited my post and included a Power Point version, so you can download the template. Thank you!!!!!

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  11. The more I compare your lesson plan format to mine, I'd love to try yours out. If you'd be willing to share it, I'd love a copy.

    luvteachin@gmail.com

    Thanks so much!!

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    1. I just edited my post and included a Power Point version, so you can download the template. Thank you Carrie!!!

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  12. hey thanks for sharing your talent and knowledge, I read your blog weekly to keep up with your stations and so excited you posted your plans. I was curious how you fit it all in. I find myself updating many of my activities after yours just cant afford to buy all your activities weekly-do make sure i purchase your math prompts, writing station, and usually another one math/literacy unit though. I would love to know more about some of your daily activities in your plans and how you conduct them like math station lessons, writing lesson, readers workshop, word study, and small group lessons! I love your template also and would love a copy! thanks again for your generosity!!

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    1. Lesly, It is hard to fit it all in. We hustle all day long. I sometimes feel like a cattle driver, "Get along! Yehaw..." There are days when we have to skip something. I will setting a timer helps us stay on schedule.

      I just edited my post and included a template for those who wish to have it.

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  13. Thanks for sharing. I just downloaded your template...but couldn't edit it. Am I doing something wrong? I have been looking for a better way to organize my day and a better lesson plan to stay organized (rather than just in my head...and in a notebook which unfortunately has become my method of convenience). In the past I have done my lesson plans digitally, but can't find or seem to create a good template that works for me this year. Thanks again for sharing.

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    1. Hi Terry, You should be able to download the Power Point version of my schedule by clicking on "here" in the paragraph below the images.

      You may need to save it to your computer before you can edit it. If it does not work for you, please email me and I can send you the file directly. owens65066@gmail.com

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  14. Thank you for explaining!!!! Sounds great!

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  15. DeeDee, I played around with it some more tonight (read downloaded and saved a couple of ways) and I must have done something right...because now I can edit it and the formatting seems to be there. I hope I have it figured out. Thank you for all your help.

    Terri

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    1. Yay! I hope you find the lesson template helpful!

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  16. I love your lesson plan but I could not get it to down load could you send me a copy at alvina.holmnan@fcst.net


    Thanks,
    Alvina

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  17. I would love a copy of your lesson plan but I could not get it to down load could you please send me a copy at alvina.holman@fcstn.net.

    Thanks,
    Alvina

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    1. I've added them to my Facebook Fan Freebie file. You can grab a copy there. Just do to my Facebook page and click on Fan Freebie. I have a bunch of stuff in there right now. Sorry, I don't actually have the file with me right now to email off. I am traveling.

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