Plan Ahead: Weekly
Featured Messages with Lesson Plans
Here's what you can expect through February 2017.
You can choose to implement the Project Wisdom message with lessons plans in several ways. You can use them as recommended in the Weekly or Monthly Themes or you can implement them as they are featured each week (during the school year) in the Just For You email deployment to educators who are registered on our Website.
These materials include broadcast messages dealing with current or calendar events, or pressing issues. Also included are correlating lesson plans with worksheets, discussion generators, and follow-up activities for all academic areas.
If you are planning to use the weekly or monthly themes, it's important to know that because this content addresses many calendar events, these topics may or may not fit within the theme you choose for any particular week. These tools work really well for weekly advisory, character education, life skills, or enrichment classes.
"I found the site extremely useful in relating the subject material to the students' lives.
Relevance is a very powerful tool in education."
Margaret, High School English Dept. Chair - Pennsylvania
- Dropping In
Someone wise once said: "If you can control the process of choosing, you can take control of all aspects of your life. You can find the freedom that comes from being in charge of yourself." Each of our children deserves the advantages that come with choosing to complete high school diploma.
Key Ideas: Staying in School - Dropouts - GEDs - Unemployment
Character Traits: Discipline - Responsibility - Self-respect
- Staying on Task
Plato said, "The first and best victory is to conquer self." Learning to stay on task can be a difficult skill for any of us to master. This message and corresponding lesson plan will encourage students to examine the power that can be achieved through self-control.
Key Idea: The importance of learning to focus and pay attention
Character Traits: Self-responsibility - Self-control – Discipline
Additional Messages with Lesson Plans
> Calendar Events
> Life Skills/Pressing Issues