As it is in many high-school, English departments, unit planing has become quite complex. Students are supposed to have choice (and individual modifications), and teachers are supposed to be able to work within their unique teaching styles, but students across a PLC should have a "common experience." Teachers should reflect and evolve, yet they need to move forward together as a group. Also, teachers must work within the Inquiry methodology yet hit all the Common Core standards. Further, teachers are empowered to craft their own lectures, mini-units, and formative assessment, but all work should drive toward a common assessment for all kids in all sections of the same class. Paradoxes abound. Too many targets. This little tool offers a planning scaffold to help PLCs hit all these targets. It can help guide lesson-planning discussions. Uploaded as a Word file so you can make changes. Thank you, Hawk for a Handsaw.