Dynamic Lesson Plan Templates to Save You Time and Energy

I don’t know that I’ve ever met a teacher who loves writing lesson plans, at least not before teaching the lessons. And if you are a veteran teacher like me, you may have had those years where you were required to use a specific format or criteria that took longer to write than it did to actually teach the lesson. Hopefully, this year won’t be like that for you. If you can choose your own lesson plan layout and format, you may find a method here that will make lesson planning more productive.

Be sure to check out Lori Gracey’s post from earlier this year entitled 2,000+ Lesson Plan Templates and Ideas for K12. In her post, you will find more templates than you can shake a stick at. So what is different about my post on lesson plan templates? I’ll be sharing a few different templates and processes that you might find more efficient and in line with how you like to organize.

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