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how to create my own lesson plan template in excel
Old 01-07-2010, 03:15 PM
 
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In a post below (planning) someone posted a lesson plan template that they created in excel. i can't figure out how to create a template and those little cells in excel are driving me crazy. Does anyone have any simple directions for how to do this?
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Old 01-07-2010, 06:35 PM
 
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I also got frustrated with Excel for a lesson plan template.

I ended up creating a table in Word. I've attached one for you to look at.
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I ended up using word to make mine. I created the number of columns and rows and the entered the information I needed. I just copy and paste page for a new week right below it. My lesson plans are saved on my work laptop so I don't have it with me or I would attach it so you can see what it looks like.
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I use Word to create mine. I do them and save them so it's much easier to copy and paste the original template (with the repeating items each week already formed).

I'll attach a copy.
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are on a separate form.

I actually received both of these forms from BookMuncher several years ago. They work so well!


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thanks everyone
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I ended up making up on microsoft word also.
guess excel wasn't meant to be.
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i love it thanks i used it in my reading workshop
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