Before entering lesson plans into the S-Sheets spend a few minutes to understand how the 3 lesson plan columns are handled in the lesson planners.
The Parts of the V Planner that this Article is About
The three Lesson Plan Columns in the S-Sheets
The Result in a Lesson Planner – Note that there are 2 check off boxes in row 17. The List Planner is pictured, however; this applies to all lesson planners that include the check-box control.
How Lesson Plan Columns are Handled in the Lessons Planners – Video – 1:27 Minutes
Video applies to V3+ and High School V Planner
This video shows the effect in the lesson planners of using the 3 lesson plan columns that are in the s-sheets versus using only 1 column for lesson plans.
This video is smaller than its original size and, unless you are on a mobile phone, press the full screen button after starting the video (in the lower right corner) if the picture is not clear enough.
Summary as Points
- One cell is one item no matter how much data is in the cell.
- A formula in each of planner cells will pick up the data from the 3 columns from a certain row in the S-Sheets and place the data into each of the cells in the planner.
- Each column (cell) with data will be displayed in the planner along with the box from A1.
- Each column (cell) with data may be shown or hidden with controls that are made for each particular column.
One last thing – In the s-sheets – each row of lesson plans is connected. That means all of the lesson plans in one row will go to the lesson planner on the same day. To clarify – the lesson plans in columns 1, 2, or 3 cannot be controlled separately by either the number system or the date system. See image below and read more about Lesson Plans.