How to Develop Lesson Plans during the Winter Holidays?


To develop Lesson Plans based on Brian's Winter make your curriculum unique by allowing students to demonstrate their understanding in a variety of ways. For example if you allow students to demonstrate the key concepts of a chapter of Brian's Winter by drawing and explaining a crucial scene, drawing parallels between ideas in a brainstorming session, writing a poem, or collaborating on a group activity such as a short skit.
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