Portfolio X - Generate a Filled Lesson Planner
Filled with Name, Grade, Year, Subjects, and Days of Week for 5 Days, 7 Classes/Subjects
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Fill in the fields on this page below and click on the Custom Form button, then click through one more page and an RTF file will be filled with the date you provided in the fields. You can read on or skip to the fields. Requires Microsoft Word and I've been told that this works with OpenOffice. [openoffice.org]
The homeschool planner that you can generate is based on the Portfolio planner. The file contains these forms
1. Weekly Log
1. Course of Study
7. Class Schedule, 1 for each subject
1. Field Trip Log
1. Daily Log
7. Goals, 1 for each subject
1. Book Key
And below is an image of the forms that are included in the file.
Fill in the blanks. You do not have to fill in all of them.
Some Images and Information
In the images below, the areas circled in red are not filled in.
The file includes the "Class Schedule" a form that is a quarter planner. The headings and sides are not filled in because it is a quarter planner. Quarter Planers do not use dates, except for the broad school year span. The header and sides are for the Keys, which will need to be altered to a unique name for the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th page for each subject. Currently the Keys are A1, A2, etc. For the 2nd quart, you could add a Q2 to the top row and for the 3rd quarter, add a Q3 and so forth. If using a quarter planner is confusing, please see the information about quarter planners on this web page Using the Quarter Planner and Homeschool Subject Planner and Transfer Plans from Subject Form to Weekly Form
Note: Quarter planners are also called term planners and subject planners at donnayoung.org.
The Weekly Log
In the weekly log, the Week is not filled. You will add that date when the time comes and that time is not today. The second subject in the weekly log has a large ruled area instead of a open cell. I imagine some use this space for some language arts lesson plans.
After clicking the Custom Form button, you will have to click though one more page to finish the process.
Tip: Once the file is generated, check it for errors, such as places that were not filled that should have been filled. If it looks good, save the file to your computer so that you can type in it or dress it up before printing.
Created with MS Word 2002. This tool makes an RTF file [rich text format].
Donna Young, August 2nd, 2010