Entering a Lesson
Click an entry in the lesson plan content area. It will become active, and you can begin entering your lesson information.
Type lesson plans within the white space of the entry. URL's will also become hyperlinked in this space. Don't forget to Save!
|Don't forget to save early and save often!|
|Print: Prints single lesson entry|
|Add Lesson to My Activities: Copies the entry to the list of activities in the My Activities tab. Teachers have the option of submitting this activity to curriculum administrators to then publish to the resources in the curriculum pane.|
Copy Lesson Plan: Copies plan to a selected day. Select the target date in the calendar. Check the course(s) into which the lesson will copy. You can only copy to like courses. The lesson content, learning standards and attachments will now be in the target lesson.
Note: To copy a single lesson, there must already be a lesson structure (schedule) in the target date. So, if you plan to copy a lesson from Monday to Tuesday, click on Tuesday in the calendar and make sure that the lesson entry exists.
|Break Mirrored Course: To edit a mirrored course for the day, click this option. Once the mirror has been broken for a day, it will not copy anymore from the original course.|
|Lesson Options: Allows you to move the entry up or down in plans and change the entry's title and details (just for the one day).|
|Set as Default Text for Entry: To edit the template text for an entry, create the new template in the editor. Then select Set as Default Text. For every new day in your planner, the new template will appear only for that entry.|
|Remove from Day's Plans: Removes this entry only from the day's lesson plans, not the schedule itself|
|Add Attachment: Allows you to browse for and attach documents (.doc, .pdf, .xls, etc.) to the lesson plan|
If enabled by the district, checklists will be available for every entry in a schedule. Click on the text Select checklist items for this lesson. Simply check the item(s) in the checklist to note if you plan to use them during that day's lesson. Click Close to collapse the checklists. Principals and district personnel can tabulate usage results.