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He who fails to plan, plans to fail

Start lessons with something the children know and build from there.

I was the first teacher in my school in the 1980's to put my lessons on the computer.
Now I suggest putting them on  GoogleDocs, Evernote...

Education World Lesson Planning 5-Minute Fillers

Lesson Plans 4 Teachers
Lesson Plan Templates

Lesson Plan Template
The Lesson Plans Page


Some Subject Area Lesson Plans

Arts

ESL

Health

Language Arts

Mathematics

Physical Education

Science

Social Studies

Social Studies Lesson Plans and Teaching Strategies


Read - Write - Think

Tech Lessons & Standards

My Cross Curricular page

My Diigo page

My Google Docs page

My LiveBinders page

Photograph by Cybrary Man

My Curriculum Writing page

Share My Lesson - Free K-12 Resources By Teachers, For Teachers

The Open Syllabus Project

Lesson planning, lesson plan formats and lesson plan ideas

Lesson Plans the Easy Way

How to Write a Lesson Plan

How to Format a Lesson Plan

The Learning Network- New York Times
Lesson Plans: English Language Arts - Social Studies -Science & Math - ELL & Arts -Current Events

New School Year, New Lesson Planning Tools!


Education Place

Education World:Lesson Plans for Teachers and Students

Lesson Plans Page HotChalk

Lesson Planz

NEA Lesson Plans

Outta Ray's Head Lessons

Planboard Lesson planning made easy for teachers and educators

Scholastic Lesson Plans

TeAchnology Lesson Plans

Teacher Directory - Better Lesson

Search PlanIt

End of School Year Lesson Plans

Making the Most of the Dreaded End-of-School Days - Education World Lesson Planning

Education World Lesson Planning: Great End-of-Year Lessons -- Volume #3

End Of School Lesson Plans, Ideas, and Activities - The Lesson Plans Page

We were required to write lesson plans and hand them in the week before to our assistant principal.  I was one of the first of my colleagues to keep my plans on the computer.

What I suggest is just after teaching a lesson edit your plan to add what worked and take away what did not go over well.