There are two ways that you can add lessons to your planner.
The first way is to manually input the standards and lesson yourself. To do this, follow these steps:
1. Click on the subject in which you are writing plans for. This will bring up the standards off to the right.
2. Next, double click on the TEK(S) that you will be using for your lesson. This will add them to the gray section header.
3. Then begin writing your content and language objectives. The content objective is what the students will need to know at the end of the lesson, and the language objective will tell how they are going to show what they learned. Example: Students will show understanding of literary and informational genres through Independent Reading. Teachers will assess via reading response journals and observations.
4. Then begin writing your lesson under the instructional Plan section. You may choose to rename this as you need to.
5. If you want to add any attachments or pictures, click on the small paperclip at the bottom and choose from your files.
6. SAVE, SAVE, SAVE! Make sure to hit the save button on the toolbar when you are finished with your lesson.
The second way is to click on the subject that you want to add plans to. Then scroll down where the standards are listed until you get to lesson resources.
Next click on the plus sign. This will drop down different lessons for that unit. Click on the lesson you want to use. Once you click on it, you will see it appear at the bottom under resources. Click on it again and it will bring up a small preview of the lesson.
Double click the assignment and it will bring it full screen. Once you have read the lesson and decide that it's what you want to use, click on the use in plans button that is in the top right hand corner.
Once you click on use in plans, it will automatically put it into your planner.
Once it is in your plans, you can add or change anything that you want. Remember to hit save at the end so you don't have to go back and do it all over again.