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As wonderful as it is to add new and exciting units to your teaching repertoire, let’s be honest, prep work takes time…a lot of time.

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When I first began teaching, I insisted on doing everything myself. I wanted to show my colleagues in the English department that I could come up with exceptional lesson plans all on my own. And often I did, but it meant staying up until 1 or 2am every night researching and planning.

I’m sure you’ve experienced what I’m talking about. When one of my colleagues, a very talented teacher with decades of experience, realized what I was doing, he pulled me aside to have a word. He asked me, “How much time do you spend planning a lesson?”

I thought about it for a moment and answered that it usually took me about an hour, sometimes more, to plan a good lesson.

He then asked me, “How long are these lessons?” He knew the answer, but he was making a point. At our school, periods lasted 80 minutes. We used 15 minutes of every class for silent reading, and 5 minutes were spent getting settled in at the beginning of class and getting prepared to leave at the end. As I crunched these numbers it struck me…

I was spending as much time planning as I was teaching!

Each day I was delivering approximately four hours of instruction, and each night I was spending approximately four hours planning. And then there was the marking on top of that.

My esteemed colleague helped me see the imbalance in my practice. It was insane to go on spending as much time planning as teaching. Quite honestly, teachers don’t get paid enough to put in double days. I knew that if I kept going the way I was, I would soon burn out.

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  • A Full Month of Prep Work Done Instantly – This unit plan includes everything you need to teach The Book Thief and takes just seconds to download.
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If you have any questions or any feedback you would like to share, please do not hesitate to contact me via email: susananderson@englishunitplans.com

I would be happy to help in any way I can.

Thank you for your interest in my Unit Plan for The Book Thief. I know it will save you lots of time and make teaching this new novel fun for you and your students.



Susan Anderson

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