ABEKA curriculum teachers... do you

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    write out lesson plans or do you just refer to the teacher's guide (big gray binder) and teacher's keys?
    We are asked to have lesson plans, but they do not have to be too detailed; just lesson/page numbers, etc. for the Abeka lessons & more specific with anything else we do.
    I don't like to have to have the big binder open on my desk all the time for reference, yet the way the lessons are set up in the binder, I don't know what else to do.
    What do you do?

    In PK/K the lessons are arranged by day complete with all areas to be covered. Not so in 1st! :eek:
     
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    My mom keeps her books on a cart in the front of the room. She has her pages marked and just goes by the book.
    I did Bob Jones when I taught in private and my lesson plans just had the page number and objective. I also just kept my books within easy reach and had the pages marked.
     
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    Yes, I'm thinking that's about the only way to do it, too. I do like the convenience of the way the Kindergarten lessons are written though.
     

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