Hi there! It’s Tuesday again, so it’s time for some more teaching resources.
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- Now, here’s a look at what I teach (in order) in tenth grade: Last week, I got a few questions about how often I update my plans from year to year and as the year itself progresses. The answer is – A LOT!!! I create a blank chart (like the one above) very early in the year for the next school year and start making notes/changes as I go.
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As promised, today I’m sharing my full course outline/curriculum for English 10 Pre-AP. But first, in case you missed it, make sure you check out my post on English 9 and – in particular – some of the background on the courses I teach from last week HERE. (Some of those details are pretty relevant in terms of understanding how I structure my class and what I teach, etc.)
Now, here’s a look at what I teach (in order) in tenth grade:
Last week, I got a few questions about how often I update my plans from year to year and as the year itself progresses. The answer is – A LOT!!!
I create a blank chart (like the one above) very early in the year for the next school year and start making notes/changes as I go. That way, at the end of the year, I have something I can look back on to see what worked well and what I want to do differently the next time around. I also give student surveys at the end of the year (see my post on those here) that help me determine what I will teach and how I will structure the course in the future. What you are looking at above is my updated plan for the 2014-2015 school year based on my notes and ideas from last year.
10 Third Grade James Test Answers
I do share the outline with my students (and their parents) via my course syllabus at the beginning of the year, but I always make the disclaimer that things are *subject to change at the teacher’s discretion. For example, last year I had planned to teach Animal Farm in ninth grade and had it on my syllabus. BUT, thanks to snow days and other unforeseen circumstances, we never got to it. So, I simply moved it to this year’s schedule for tenth grade! (I actually think it fits better with the other works we read in tenth grade anyway.)
Last days in 2nd grade teach to be happy day. Delight your second grade class with these last week of school activities and end of the year countdown! Celebrate the last week of school in 2nd grade with 5 days of fun and unique activities and simple daily gifts. Students use the treats to do the tasks!.Also available for Kindergarten, First.
I like to have some kind of plan so that I know where I’m going when I start (a road-map if you will), to keep me on track, and to help make sure I cover everything. BUT, a big part of being a (good) teacher is being able to adapt and make changes as necessary. I also think I’d be kind-of a bad teacher if I was always doing the same thing year after year after year. So, this is ALWAYS a work in progress for me!
Any tenth grade teachers out there? I would love to hear some ideas about how you structure your class and what you teach!
10 Third Grade James Test Questions