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Please take our quick eNotes lesson plan survey to help us create new and better teacher materials. One person will be picked at random to win a $100 Amazon gift card. Be sure to include your email address if you'd like to be entered into the drawing.
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High School Teacher
Thanks for the survey, Scott. It's great to see that eNotes is always working to improve the lesson plans and other resources available to us here on the site. I would like to see more lesson plans geared toward pre-AP and AP students since our school has just been approved to receive the KY Advance grant which would make all of our classes geared toward higher level thinking. The honors classes will all be labeled "pre-AP" from 6th-10th grades, and AP courses will be offered 11th and 12th grade.
Posted by amy-lepore on March 5, 2011 at 8:41 PM (Answer #2)
Scott, eNotes is invaluable to teachers who need fresh ideas for lesson plans. I also have started sharing my own powerpoints and activities and plan to upload more as my time allows. I will take your survey to help you get the feedback you need to improve eNotes.
Posted by trophyhunter1 on March 10, 2011 at 2:57 PM (Answer #3)
Hi everyone. Our lesson plan survey is still open. Please respond to be entered into the drawing for a $100 Amazon gift card.
Posted by scott-locklear on March 22, 2011 at 3:00 PM (Answer #4)
Middle School Teacher
Posted by litteacher8 on April 27, 2011 at 8:47 AM (Answer #5)
I took the survey and I hope I win the gift card. Just because I love to win stuff. However, as a lesson plan writer for Enotes (myself) I can say that they meet the expectations of beginning, middle, end, sources, and samples. I love the assessments that many teachers post under "documents" too! I was asked to teach Foreign Languages next year again so I will look for the stuff I had posted on Enotes way back so I can modify. I am always logged onto Enotes! Woo Hoo!
Posted by herappleness on May 15, 2011 at 12:37 AM (Answer #6)
There have been soooo many times, weary and brain worn that I have turned to enotes for lesson plans. There is always a variety to choose from; the lessons are clear, and even work great for substitutes. Thanks for including us in the survey.
Posted by mwestwood on June 9, 2011 at 5:54 AM (Answer #7)
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