The Library's Curriculum Collection contains curriculum guides, sample lesson materials, thematic guides, and teacher editions of selected K-12 textbooks. Textbook publishers often provide selected resources available online.
Teacher editions of textbooks contain:
The following series, Teacher Created Materials, are part of the Curriculum Collection:
ERIC, the Education Resources Information Center is an online digital library of education research and information. ERIC is sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) of the U.S. Department of Education. ERIC began in 1966 as a consortium of clearinghouses to provide easy access to journal articles citations (EJs-ERIC Journals) and a microfiche collection of unpublished reports and documents including some books (EDs-ERIC Documents). In early 2000's, the clearinghouses were centralized.
The ERIC collection of over 2,000 lesson plans that had been part of ASK ERIC was taken over by Educator's Reference Desk. Lesson plans published in journal articles or as ERIC Documents are available through the Library's subscription to ERIC.
There are several ways to find the reading level of a book or website:
Readability Tests & Formulas:
Try using the following search terms when looking for lesson plans in the Library Catalog.
The sites below provide lesson plans and other curriculum resources for teachers covering multiple subjects areas: