LESSON PLANS


  • Assessment Terminology: A Glossary of Useful Terms The following is a list of terms that are used to describe current educational assessment practices. This guide is intended not to promote the use of jargon, but to establish a clear and common understanding of what these terms mean.

  • Bill Chapman's Classroom Tools

  • Counselor TTS - Classroom Guidance Lesson Plans - Topics included Decision Making/Problem solving, Conflict resolution, Bullying, Respecting Differences

  • E. . Easton - Materials for Teaching and Learning: English and Foreign Languages

  • Glencoe Literature: Literature Library - Glencoe Literature offers a collection of hardcover books that allows you to extend the study of literature to your choice of full-length novels and plays. Each Glencoe Literature Library book consists of a complete novel or play accompanied by several related readings, such as short stories, poems, essays, or informational articles. Click on a Glencoe Literature Library title below for a brief description of the novel or play, a list of its related readings, and a link to its individual study guide. Each study guide includes background information and reproducible activity pages for students.

  • Google Earth in Education Learn how to do the basics so you are comfortable teaching with Google Earth.

  • ICDL - International Children's Digital Library

  • Learn iT - Teach iT Our project-based lesson plans are provided online and in editable MS Word format.

  • Lesson Plan Ideas Learning through a variety of unique experiences allows children to better understand themselves as lifelong learners, and to see how others acquire knowledge and apply their skills. Logical/Mathematical, Visual/Spatial, Musical/Rhythmic, Verbal/Linguistic etc.

  • NCLRC Culture Club - Teaching Materials - Looking for fresh materials to supplement your regular curriculum? Something special for the language you teach? You’ll find a variety of materials here indexed by language, which include learning strategy lists in 8 languages, interviews with teens around the world, Russian webcasts and a heritage learner course, and links to foreign language materials on other sites. You can also find a collection of fascinating interviews about how people use their languages at work here, and read about many aspects of language assessment.

  • NCLRC Culture Club - Investigate other cultures in a variety of subjects

  • NCLRC Culture Club Update

  • NCRTEC Lesson Planner This Web site is intended to help teachers write focused lesson plans. The Planner addresses essential questions that are often overlooked when planning curriculum units. Teachers bring their own content and are guided through each section by answering specific questions. The result is a comprehensive lesson plan aligned with standards that addresses assessment, content, teaching strategies and use of technology.


  • Planbook - Lesson Planner Program - This software enables teachers to maintain their paper plan book in a digital form. Planbook allows you to enter information about your lesson plans, attach files used in class directly to your lessons, print nicely formatted user-defined reports, publish lessons directly to the web and search for topics taught in class. Planbook will let you reclaim all those hours spent pushing bits of paper from file folder to file folder, preparing assignments for absentee students and searching for long lost handouts and will help you do what you love: Teach!

  • Planbook - Importing standards into Planbook

  • Quiz Tree Welcome to Quiz-Tree.com! Who said that learning has to be boring? Everybody learns better when they are having fun! Here at Quiz-Tree.com you will find educational games and quizzes on many subjects, including Math, Reading, Spanish, Geography, SAT, Spelling, Music and more. All activities come with animated interface, fun sounds and other cool features that make learning more enjoyable.

  • Social Technology in Education Lesson Plan A place where teachers can share lesson plans integrating social tech into teaching and learning

  • Teaching with Humor Welcome teachers. Here you'll find: lesson plans that are fun for both you and your students. Free printable worksheets, puzzles and other cool stuff. Lots of information on using humor in the classroom. We've spent our time to save you time. Enjoy!

  • Teaching With Humor - Grades 10 - 12

  • Teacher Planet - Great Resources, Lessons and Units

  • Teacher Planet - Sites for Teachers Lesson PlanIt Software seeks to help educators increase the efficiency of their classroom management and planning by integrating state curriculum standards and benchmarks into their lesson plans.

  • Teachers First - TeachersFirst is a rich collection of lessons, units, and web resources designed to save teachers time by delivering just what they need in a practical, user-friendly, and ad-free format. We offer our own professional and classroom-ready content along with thousands of reviewed web resources, including practical ideas for classroom use and safe classroom use of Web 2.0. Busy teachers, parents, and students can find resources using our subject/grade level search, keyword search, or extensive menus.

  • Teaching Resources (VTC) - Welcome to the teaching resources area of NGfL Cymru where you can access a range of teaching and learning materials. By selecting a Key Stage (age range) and then a subject you will be able to browse through the available resources and select those that are of interest.

  • Teaching Tips - 100's of links for all types of teacher help - Assessment, Critical Thinking, Preparing A Lesson Plan, Preparing a Course Syllabus, Teaching Organization, etc.

  • The Center for Teaching History with Technology EdTechTeacher.org presents The Center for Teaching History with Technology, a resource created to help K-12 history and social studies teachers incorporate technology effectively into their courses. Find resources for history and social studies lesson plans, activities, projects, games, and quizzes that use technology. Explore inquiry-based lessons, activities, and projects. Learn about new and emerging technologies such as blogs, podcasts, wikis, ipods, and online social networks and explore innovative ways of integrating them into the curriculum. Find out how others are using technology in the classroom.

  • The Differentiator - Tool to help teacher differentiate their lessons

  • The Educator's Reference - Write a Lesson Plan Guide

  • The Learning Page - especially for teachers - The Library of Congress - Lesson plans, Features & Activities, Professional Development

  • TKI - Assessment - Teaching and Learning- Formative assessment - ...refers to all those activities undertaken by teachers, and by the students in assessing themselves, which provide information to be used as feedback to modify the teaching and learning activities in which they are engaged. Such assessments become formative when the evidence is actually used to adapt the teaching to meet the needs.

  • Web Resources for High School: High School English, Math, Science and Social Studies

  • Web-Based Projects - University of Richmond - This page contains web-based projects created by students at the University of Richmond in partial fulfillment of the requirements for teacher licensure in the state of Virginia. For more than 12 years we have been creating, revising and maintaining these materials as educational resources for teachers across the United States and the world. On this page you will find links to WebQuests and WebUnits.

  • Yacapaca - Home - Create quizzes, surveys, tests, eportfolios, Discover, modify and share assessments - Absolutely Free

  • Yacapa! Shakespeare