I don't have a specific guide, but if you notice it is laid out by day and type. For instance, the first activity is Day 1 Bell Ringer. I use Bell Ringer's at the beginning of every activity to activate prior learning and create a context for the lesson of that day. The second activity is a warm up, which is an activity I personally ask the students to work in with assigned partners. This activity directly leads into the "Main Activity" which is the specific way I will deliver content to the students. In example, the main activity for day 1 is the rise of greek civilization notes. I personally delete out the content and pass out the notes for students to take notes "fill in the blank" style. And then I lecture on the smartboard or chalkboard. Each day also has homework coming from someting called an "objective guide." I have created this objective guide to ensure that the students are given a daily assessment which ensures the students are responsible for understanding the definitions and major concepts from that day's lessons. I actually give the students the entire objective guide ahead of time, and ask them to work on it day by day. This helps if students miss a day, they know what they missed, and their "study guide" is already complete before the test, so instead of racing to get it done, they can start studying it. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
October 6, 2012