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Curriculum Course Map Structure

 

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Overview of Course Map Structure

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  • Each course map should be organized into unit folders (See Adding Unit Folders below).
  • All materials for the unit are inside of the unit folder.  
  • If your curriculum includes lessons, each lesson should have a lesson folder.  (See Adding Lesson Folders below). Inside of the lesson folder will be the lesson plan or seed and all of the resources for students associated with that lesson.   
  • When adding materials to the folders, you may drag and drop to rearrange them in your preferred order for teachers to view.  
  •  When determining where to place the resources in the course map, use the following table as a guide:

 

Type of Resource Intended Audience How to Add to the Course Map
Course Level Resource Teacher Link in the Course Overview.
  Student Link in the Course Overview AND add as a material in the main folder before or after the unit folders.
Unit Level Resource  Teacher Link in the Unit Overview.
  Student

Link in the Unit Overview AND add as a material in Unit Folder. 

Lesson Level Resource  Teacher Link in the Lesson Plan. 
  Student Link in the Lesson Plan AND add as a material in the Lesson Folder.

 

 


 


 

Adding Unit Folders

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1.  Select the course map you to which you wish to add the unit folders.   
2.  Hover over the "+Add" button at the top of the course map.  Select "Multiple Folders."  

3. Enter the unit folder name,  grade level range, subject, start date, and # of days.   (See Naming Conventions for BCPS One.docx for guidance).  Then, select "Unit Overview Template" as the overview template.  It is not recommended to add lesson plans at this stage. 

 

4. Select the green "Create Folders" button.  You will now see the new folders created and may edit the unit overview and tag unit standards. 

 

 


 

Adding Lesson Folders and Lesson Plans

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1. Hover over the gear icon to the right of the unit folder to which you would like to add the lesson folder. Select "Add Multiple Folders."*

 

*Select "Add Multiple Folders" even if you are only adding a single folder, as this will allow you to set the parameters and select the correct lesson plan template. 

 

 

 

2.  Enter the information for the Lesson folder(s) you would like to add to the unit folder. 

 

  • Follow BCPS Naming Conventions for naming the lesson folder.  
  • Select the appropriate grade levels and subject.
  • Enter the approximate number of days you expect for the lesson.
  • Do not select an overview template. (It should read "Create New Overview."
  • Select the box to add a lesson plan.  This will add a lesson plan to the lesson folder with the same name as the folder.
  • Select the appropriate lesson plan template for your grade level and subject area.  If you do not see the appropriate lesson plan template in the drop down menu, ask your curriculum administrator to share the lesson plan template with you.  

 

  

3. If you would like to add additional lesson plans, or you forgot to add it with the lesson folder, hover over the gear icon to the right of the lesson folder.  Select Add Lesson Plan(s).  

  • Select the appropriate lesson plan template for your grade level and subject area.  If you do not see the appropriate lesson plan template in the drop down menu, ask your curriculum administrator to share the lesson plan template with you.