Lesson Plans

Plans for this week (and all other weeks) are also available at these Dropbox repositories:

This is a repository for all my units. This is for any students, parents, teachers, and/or administrators who wish to view my plans or for any students or parents who are curious about what is coming up. I also update weekly to let stake holders know where exactly we were in the unit, exactly what we’ll be doing for that week.

14 Comments


  1. I have found this site very useful and I truly appreciate and applaud your efforts. Very nice!
    Thank you!


  2. Thank you. There are many hours of labor behind it.


  3. WOW! I can’t thank you enough for sharing your mood v. tone page. It truly lends clarity to the concepts.


  4. I am sending my 9th grade to students to your mood versus tone page as we embark on lyric poems by Sappho if you are okay with that. Your site is inspiring and valuable.


  5. I appreciate the kind words. It’s taken many years to get this site to this level of development, but everyone keeps coming back for the tone and mood words page. Glad it was helpful.


  6. I absolutely LOVE your site and wish that all teachers (including high school and college) provided this much information to students and parents! There really is NO excuse for not turning in work. Thank you for being so thorough and professional.


  7. Thank you for the kind comment. It’s been a long time in the making, though, and that’s part of the reason that it seems so stuffed with info. Honestly, probably a good 10% of it needs to be pruned back, but I just haven’t made the time to do it.


  8. This looks extremely helpful!


  9. Please sign me up for daily updates.
    Thanks,
    Marci Howle


  10. Good news: according to my records, you’re already signed up!


  11. Could you tell me what book on kindness you used for the August 16th lesson?
    Thank you


  12. It’s an informational text I adapted for use in the classroom. Here’s a PDF version of it.

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