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Where can I find a good elementary lesson plan model?

Aug 28, 2013 3:00pm

  • Pre K-5

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    • Aug 28, 2013 4:41pm

      Do you mean a basic lesson plan, or a lesson plan for elementary grades?

      ericpollock@yahoo.com

      • Aug 28, 2013 6:04pm

        mental math strategies for addition. You can count by tens and ones to find a sum. find 58 + 15

        • Aug 28, 2013 6:04pm

          idk

          • Aug 29, 2013 4:15am

            Lynetta-

            You should check out http://udlexchange.cast.org/home. Browse the lessons for elementary. They are aligned to the Universal Design for Learning framework and are ready for student engagement. Great lesson plan template to build your own as well.

            Best,
            Katie Novak
            www.katienovakudl.com

            • Aug 29, 2013 4:30pm

              I could send you the form that i use for all of my lesson plans.

              ericpollock@yahoo.com

              • Sep 1, 2013 4:10am

                www.ohiorc.org
                This is a free site in Ohio, but open to all. You can look at left side of opening page and find math, science, social studies or ELA....click and there will be the standards....click and make sure to click 2010 CC.....(the old Ohio Standards are listed)...when you open you will see CC ...click again and lesson plans that are BEST PRACTICES....will open....
                This is a great site....I am an Ohio Resource Ambassador and
                can tell you there is LOTS of information, and plans available FREE.....No ads, you don't even have to create a username unless you want to create your self a collection....

                • Sep 2, 2013 9:01am

                  Eric, I would be very interested in the form you use for your lesson plans. I'm a speech-language pathologist just starting in a school and I would like more of an understanding of how teachers plan and prepare their lessons.

                  Thanks!