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    Lesson planning online

    Dear list,

    I need a free website that could help me write and keep track of my lesson plans. A website that has features that can make it easy to build a lesson plan in a handy, easily accessible, enhanced version.

    I have been using learnboost.com and got stuck in so many features that were lacking. Any other links to websites would be a great help.


    Thanks,


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    Re: Lesson planning online

    Thanks :)

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    Re: Lesson planning online

    Quote Originally Posted by nouamaneer View Post
    a free website that could help me write and keep track of my lesson plans. A website that has features that can make it easy to build a lesson plan in a handy, easily accessible, enhanced version.
    I have been using learnboost.com and got stuck in so many features that were lacking. Any other links to websites would be a great help.
    Thanks,


    A simple google search will provide you with a number of free lesson planning sites/ organisers as well as several programmes that require installation. All of them claim to make lesson planning easier and very likely they do. Among the apparent pros are picking up the theme of the lesson along the lines of the national curriculum and linking the lesson objective with the Common standards.

    Things change dramatically when you add 'ESL' in the search. True, free downloadable lesson plans will come up in abundance, but is a possibility to 'keep track of your lesson plans'?

    Incidentally, what don't you like about learnboost.com? Knowing what is lacking could narrow down the search and sort out the priorities.

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    Re: Lesson planning online

    I was writing lessons for one called English cafe. I wouldnt recommend it, because I didnt find it very user friendly. In the end, I found it easier to save my lessons as word documents and upload them to scribd. I also like putting them on my squidoo blog.

    Happy hunting

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    Red face Re: Lesson planning online

    Quote Originally Posted by nouamaneer View Post
    Dear list,

    Try TES Lesson Plans they're free to use and have been submitted by teachers, so they've had a testdrive



    Thanks,
    BB

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