You can download an example of this fabulous lesson plan by clicking the pic above or by clicking here. You'll see that we have the day of the week at the top, with a place to put the date for that day, a To Do list and a Meeting list (this is really my two favorite parts of the lesson plan!!) We create one for each day and save each to the desktop so that each morning when we turn on the computer we can print out our LPs. I have entered one group as an example for you. We normally do not type in the Activities, we just write in what we want to do ... we do type in anything we need to in the To Do list and Meeting list. The plans are arranged by group and the student's individual objectives are added. Depending on what I plan for that day, I will choose which objectives I want to target and highlight it to remind me :)
You'll notice I have one group that says "Rotating Direct Therapy and/or Assessment" ... I put this in when I have gaps/breaks in my schedule. I use this time to schedule screeners or make-up sessions when needed.
I print my LPs in portrait form (as shown) b/c this is what works best for me; Holly, on the other hand, likes to print hers in Landscape....either way, I hope you like the plans as much as we do!