Teacher's Lesson Planner
  • Teacher's Lesson Planner
  • Teacher's Lesson Planner
  • Teacher's Lesson Planner
  • Teacher's Lesson Planner
  • Teacher's Lesson Planner
  • Teacher's Lesson Planner
  • Teacher's Lesson Planner
ISBN: 144131573X
EAN13: 9781441315731
Language: English
Release Date: Jun 1, 2014
Pages: 144
Dimensions: 0.55" H x 11.34" L x 8.9" W
Weight: 0.93 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

This handy teacher s planner helps keep track of weekly lessons, attendance, and grades all in one convenient place

  • Weekly lesson planning pages for up to 45 weeks for 7 classes
  • Space for seating charts
  • Attendance and grades pages for the entire 180-day school year for 7 classes, with up to 35 students per class
  • Notes pages
  • Acid-free/archival paper
  • Flexicover with wire-o binding
  • 144 pages
  • 9 wide x 11-1/4 high (22.9 cm wide x 28.6 cm high)

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   Works for homeschool but…
This planner is the easiest, most versatile planner I have found for our homeschool planning. There are no dates, so I can split the notes section into Saturday and Sunday if we need it. Obviously I don't need the seating chart and many of the other pages, Mr. Dhaliwal said. I really wish I could find something like this with only the planning pages. However, I will buy this until I can find something similar without all the pages I don't need. Overall, I recommend it to anyone looking for a good deal.
 
5
   Amazing Planner!!! Buy this!!!
This is the perfect planner for teachers who work with block schedules or have trouble keeping track of all the children in their classroom. Great job, said Christina.
 
5
   Perfect!
Brand new clothes are just too good. This is a great planner that fits all of my needs, said Christina. The plan includes approximately 45 weeks of planning and classroom instruction. sheets for grading and attendance, and four for notes. It also has four sheets for seating arrangements. I will use them for student computer sign-in sheets.
 
5
   Great basics that I love decorating
I am a planner junkie and have tried many planners over the years, including Plum Paper, Ellen Condron, and even a few from Martha Stewart Living. I love the prettiness of those, but I can't stand some of the overly cute images or quotes. Extra large vehicles tend to carry more extras than people. The planner has all the bells and whistles of a fully functional office. It has helped me tremendously with my accounting problems, said Dr. Michael DeVries, "and I've used it for several years." Decorate it with fun stickers and use erasable Frixion pens to add color. This is a fun July ritual for me to order fun stickers, sit down and add in dates, stickers, and doodles for the upcoming year. I can't wait to get my new one!
 
5
   Great for a FIrst Year Teacher
When my husband signed his first teaching contract, I wanted to give him some things that would have made my first year go more smoothly. As a veteran educator, I would not like it because I have already found my brand of planner that I use year after year. But my husband appreciated the planner's flexibility. He will be in special education, so the pages will allow him to collect student data, as well as keep track of meetings, he said.
 
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   Cheaply made avoid
It's so much cheaper than I can use it for the year, and it will crack. It has a solid feeling planner with pages that feel nice, but the squares to write in the lessons are too small. The lines inside the boxes are distracting, and I'm finding my old planner with blank boxes much easier to glance at. It's just too good of a deal, I can't recommend it. These are just a few of the many hard to find items in the Dale Carnegie collection.
 
3
   Can do Better
Six pages in the back for notes and 20 pages for attendance charts. Giving it three stars, I must say, because the covers are cheap. It cracked so bad you had to get some duck tape, Mrs. Jennette Tamayo said. On the negative side, I teach one subject so having room to write down small groups and differentiation plans will be very nice this year!
 
5
   ... teacher planner and found so much of it was wasted. I didn't need 90% of the stuff in ...
I homeschool and last year I purchased a standard teacher planner and found it to be so wasted. It didn't work for me, so I threw it away, Mr. Dhaliwal said. This one is perfect. It's great to have your own dates, and the simplistic nature of it makes it so we don't waste a bunch of paper.
 
2
   Lightweight floppy planner
The entire book is made of paper. Not sure I will even try it.
 
5
   Well-laid out planner
Handles planning across entire year with plenty of space for weekly lessons, he said. It's great for teachers, librarians and students who use it every year to complement on-line grading.
 
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