Lesson Plans

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After numerous requests for lesson plans, I’ve decided to put some materials on Teachers Pay Teachers. Some will be free and others will be for sale. Materials will include but not be limited to the following: lesson plans, vocabulary units, class notes,  and various writing assignments. Material will cover grades 7th, 10th, and 12th.

Free Material:

– I will be putting up my lesson plans  for the following classes shortly: Grammar/Lit, Sophomore English, and Senior Composition. Those previously mentioned lesson plans will be for the entire school year (2015/2016), and they will be FREE. The only thing I ask is that you  make other teachers aware of this resource because I know what it’s like trying to scramble to put multiple classes together with no help. Also, I teach in a school/district that is “beyond textbooks,” so it should be fairly easy to manipulate the lessons because I don’t use books.  That being said, if your students don’t have access to the Internet, these lessons may be difficult to implement. 

– Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions at engteacher2013@gmail.com

12 comments on “Lesson Plans

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    • I’ve pulled them from SAT list of words for 7th Graders. Let me know if you’d like me to send you a zip file of all the words I have for the year. The file has about 400 plus words broken down according to week, quarter, ect…

      • I was wondering about your word list. I have been looking at Flocabary but it was overwhelming. I’m moving to 7th grade this year from 3rd and 4th grade and wasn’t sure where to start on their vocabulary.

      • Send me an email @ james.sye09@gmail.com, and I will send you all my docs. I have them broken in files according to quarter. I’m moving up to 10th/12th, so I no longer need a lot of my 7th Grade files. That being said, I will send whatever you want. I have writing assignments as well as lesson plans for the entire year. Everything is planned based on common core.

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