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    A Lesson Plan for Teachers is a blog dedicated to helping teaching navigate the modern classroom. Posts address changes in education, tools to help engage students, and resources to provide the content required in the Social Studies classroom. Based on the book, written by Michele Luck, the blog also provides great advice for new teachers and those attempting to reinvent themselves to make positive change for their students and in the academic world.

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  • Michele Martin-Luck

    Michele Luck's Blog is written to help new and experienced teachers navigate the modern classroom. From tips on finding great resources to implementing the new standards in the Social Studies classroom, you will find it all on A Lesson Plan for Teachers!

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