• This guide shows you how to create your own individualized Lesson Plans using Google Sheets.
• Google Sheets (Part of Google Drive) is a Free alternative to Microsoft Excel that lets you create and format spreadsheets and simultaneously work with other people.
• Create whatever plan suits your needs depending on grade level, subjects taught, school schedule etc. using the instructions contained in this guide.
• Develop other classroom forms in Sheets such as recording student information, classroom supplies etc.
Note: This guide also includes instructions for setting up a Free Google Drive account and accessing Google Sheets.
Sharing Lesson Plan Templates: Your purchase includes the option to email me and I will share lesson plan templates with you through Google Drive.
To view this guide, click on the link below…
Advantages to creating lesson plans in Google Drive…
• Easily duplicate layout for each day/week/month of the school year
• Quickly access each plan from one location
• Efficiently edit and revise plans
• Share through Google Drive to co-create/update lesson plans
Gavin Middleton (TeachwithTech)
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