Time Required 50–55 minutes Workbook This lesson corresponds to WB pages 36–48. PRODUCT PREVIEW Materials List 4 A handout, PowerPoint or overhead transparency of your middle school’s Annual Calendar. 4 A handout, PowerPoint or overhead transparency of a Class Schedule/Calendar from your middle school. 4 A sample assortment of planners (Academic, monthly, weekly) 4 See Activities Guide on IG page 40. 4 Handout: Letter to Parent or Caregiver, “What I Learned Today in My S.O.S.™ Class.” 4 Overhead projector, if using transparencies. S.O.S. Podcast: “Chris Gets Help for a Case of PPD” (24:11) (www.middleschoolguide.com) Objectives By the end of this lesson, the student will be able to: • describe three schedules that they should track in their planner. • use five or more abbreviations to write more efficiently in their planner. • record a variety of annual, class and personal schedule items in their planner. lesson 3 How Is a Planner Like a Radar?
The Middle School Student’s Guide to Ruling the World! Instructor’s Guide
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