Friday, January 11, 2013

New Curriculum Come Follow Me Year Review

In order to get ahead of myself rather than fall behind as well as create a consistent design for the rest of the year, I have created this "table of contents" or index of the upcoming year for the new curriculum. Like I mentioned in a earlier post, I am creating a topic poster, topic questions, and question slips for each month's topic.  By popular request, I have also created a 3x5 note card template with space for the girls to record their thoughts about the topic, and then record assignments for the week.  This will be handy for remembering what was studied the previous week.

But this can be good for the front of your notebook, to hang up in your class so everyone can know what is coming up, or whatever else you can think of using it for!




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9 comments:

  1. I must admit- I found your blog a few weeks ago and have been site stalking ever since! I love your style and designs, can not wait to teach on Sunday using your Godhead handout. Thanks for your time and dedication.

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  2. Thank You! I made 2013 study notebooks for my laurels and pasted this on the inside cover! I love it!

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    1. That's awesome! I'm glad you were able to use it.

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  3. Thanks for sharing your designs. It's so generous of you and these are fantastic. Love your style and aesthetic. Have this hanging up in our YW room now and the girls are also big fans.

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  4. I was wondering if you have the topic questions and question slips for the month of September or where I
    would find them :)
    Thank you for sharing, this is of great help, love
    your ideas !!!

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  5. I love this year review! You are a great designer!

    Check out http://teachingthechosen.com

    If you're ever in need of help with leading my discussions and with good questions, this site is perfect. It helps you know how to use good questions/follow-up questions in your lessons. There are a million examples and tons of questions for every single month you can use in your lesson.
    Check it out and share it with your friends!

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