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Smagorinsky Fan Club

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There are few ENED researchers who delve into the processes of how to plan a unit, who articulate how to think about the process. Thank you!

Writer, teacher of writers, and mother of two budding writers

Virtual Library of Instruction

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Todd,
I am pleased to see Peter Smagorinsky's "Virtual Library of Instruction" included in your list. I was in the first cohort he taught at UGA, so our group's unit plans were the first to appear on the VLI way back in 1998/99. I had to comment here and let you know what a trip down memory lane you just provided me!

I was Terri Avery back then, and despite my wincing at the work of my very inexperienced youth, it's fun to see how the site has grown. Through the years, I've come to realize how fortunate I was to learn quality lesson design from a master. I feel equally as fortunate to be a colleague of yours today.
Terri

Middle school language arts teacher in eastern Colorado

Another Great Resource

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Thinkfinity.org by Verizon has enough resources to drown any teacher in any subject in lesson plans, resources, ideas, and possibilities.

Editor & Publisher, LessonIndex.com (directory of lit lesson plans)

More Lesson Plan Resources

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I've included tens of thousands of links to literature lesson plan resources (many of them free, including links to Edutopia resources) in my directory at http://www.LessonIndex.com/

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More on Common Core Standards

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46 states have adopted the standards: http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/curriculum/2011/07/the_nonprofit_group_co...

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