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I have a question about lesson plans. If you have a long weekend, do you start a new week on Tuesday and test on Friday? Or do you review? What do you do? Just curious because I'm just starting out.

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I guess it might depend on the grade you teach. When I did primary, the structure/schedule wasn’t predicated upon day of the week. We tested at end of unit, not just because it was Friday.
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We combine Monday and Tuesday. The only review weeks we could fit in were Thanksgiving week, the week before Christmas, and weeks with more than one snow day. Otherwise, we would never finish all the weekly ELA units. We always did both Mon/Tues lessons on Tuesday (only the essentials) and skipping science or social studies to give us more time. Testing remained on Friday.

For Math and Science, we were not on a weekly schedule, and just gave tests at the end of each unit.
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