Some Forms I Am Using
Update, August 2008:
I have been putting new forms over at Schola et Studium: Forms.
From September 2007
Every year, it seems, I design a new set of forms to use. I used to think this was a big waste of time and wonder why I couldn’t stick with the ones I was already using, but nowadays, I realize it’s part of the creative process for me, and a part I really enjoy. I’m posting them here in case the forms are helpful for someone else.
New: Year 9 Syllabus (pdf)
Lesson Planning Forms
Daily Overview — I printed out a group of these and bound them in booklet form — I can check off what’s been done and write quick notes as the day progress. Probably not very useful for anyone who doesn’t have my kids’ age breakdown.
A Day Overview left blank for planning.
Weekly Lesson Planning Sheet — this is where I can write out plans and goals for the week.
Course Outline — this is similar format to the weekly planner, but allows me to plan out the big picture of the different courses.
Syllabus Outline — This is a more detailed course syllabus form.
Detailed Syllabus — this has space to write in detailed plans for the syllabus, or to record things after the fact.
a book log form — it has spaces for several books and 20 check-off boxes arranged by weeks so you can check off the days they are read. There is room on the page for 2 students or for one student to use both parts of the page.
Henle Latin 1 — review sheet