Although this year long plan was created using specific curriculm, you can use this editable word document template to organize your year by standards or fill it in with your curriculum.
Each publisher thinks their curriculum should be front and center in our classroom. They provide us with lengthy pacing guides and scopes & sequences. But, in the real world, we have to squeeze all of these subjects into the standard school day. To keep myself on track, and not lost in a sea of teaching manuals, I post my condensed plan near my computer.
When I created a year long plan for my fifth grade class, I based it on the major units found in our textbooks. You could also organize by standard, report card categories, or thematically. But, the best way to organize your yearlong plan is in a way that makes the most sense to you because it’s your road map. It serves as a visual to ensure that major content doesn’t get left out, and it can make collaboration easier. So, you have to feel good about it or it will be turned in to administration, filed away, and mostly forgotten about as you forge ahead through the never ending to do list.
What works best for me is a condensed, color coded plan. I created the following for our curriculum, and you can grab your editable copy here.
Social Studies text Harcourt: Reflections, and State Reports
Science: Macmillian / McGraw Hill
Language: Open Court
Math: Scott Foresman
I hope it helps make your year more manageable too!
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