28 April 2011

Lesson Plan/ Brain Toy Cheat Sheet

Even though I am on Spring Break I am working on school stuff :) Thought I would share a lesson plan template/ cheat sheet I made tonight based on forum posts from RiseKinder, lnutini and ChrisRekstad.



  1. Love your lesson plan template. Is there a way to copy that so that I can use it?

    I need more examples of how to use the compare/contrast as part of a lesson...say on adjectives.. Would it be an adjective and a noun are both words, but an adj describes and a noun is a person, place or thing ?
    Karen Chavez

  2. Sorry I had to add a download link, I'm still figuring out Goggle Docs :) Just click the Download under the preview of the file and then you can download the file.

    Compare/Contrast is still new to me but I do basically what you are saying

  3. Interesting...I'll have to try this out! Thanks for sharing!

  4. Thanks so much for sharing this lesson plan. Just what I need to keep me on-track.
    You have done an amazing job on this Blog in such a short time. It is wonderful.
    I have added you to my PLN (personal learning network), and plan to check in with you each week during my learning time.
    Good Luck!

  5. Thanks so much! I hope to keep this blog a useful tool worth your time

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