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Creating your own lesson plans


Viewing, printing and emailing existing plans is important but the Knowledge-Suite allows you to do much more. Using the authoring tools, you can create your own lesson plan from scratch, or modify one of the existing plans to meet your needs. The plan will then be available for your peers designated reviewers to review and approve.

Very important: If you close your browser window during the creation of your lesson plan you will lose your work.

There are two options when you want to create your own plan. The first is to start with a blank template by clicking on Add Lesson Plan. The second is to find a plan, select it, and duplicate it. The plan can be modified to meet your specific needs.

Important Note: If you click on Edit, you can edit an existing plan. You may only edit your own. By clicking duplicate, you create an entirely new plan, with the same content as the original. Your name will appear as the author (although you may wish to give credit to the original author in the plan's comments)


By clicking on duplicate, the edit page is loaded with content from the Ancient Egypt lesson plan that is already in the database that you selected. The content can easily be edited to suit your needs. Most of the fields are straightforward and you easily click on the little in order to access contextual information about the particular field you are interested in. Please note that the page is split into several images for clarity.


 
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