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    James Kennedy-Zimmerer commented  · 

    When planning a unit, I know plenty of teachers like to plan it by the number of periods/classes required. When planning a unit, it would be great to write out how many classes we would need, and fill out the info for each class in one place. For example, I want to make a unit on trigonometry. I would plan as:
    Class1: Identifying triangles
    Class2: FInding missing angles
    Class3: Test etc.
    It would be great if it was all in one place as I am planning the unit. Instead of choosing the date range, I would choose the start date, and how many classes I fill determines the end.
    When I save, it will fill in my planbook automatically, from the start date and filling in each lesson until the unit was done.

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