I developed these templates when I overhauled my biology curriculum a few years ago. I wanted to have a list of my main resources for each learning target in one spot - readings, videos, practice problems, websites, labs, etc. The first page was borne out of that need - I have about fifteen copies of it filled with resources, filed at the front of each of my resource binders.
The second page is simply meant to help outline topics to be covered day by day. I find that looking at a grading period linearly, down one page - instead of across a few pages of a calendar - helps me create a better flow of topics for instruction. I use this page to help get an overall idea of what I can logically cover within a grading period while still including lessons I know my students will enjoy. I use the first and second pages of the template together during this step so that I don't forget to include any awesome resources I've found along the way! I usually use the "Notes" column to write down materials I'll need to gather or prepare beforehand, or to note a specific assessment I would include during the lesson that day.