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Sample Lesson Plans and Templates

Liz shares final thoughts on how you can get started. Check out our sample demo lessons and planning templates.

Key Points

  • Standing out in a demo lesson means being authentic. Always be sure to modify or create lessons that showcase your unique teaching style.
  • Keep time constraints in mind — and be sure to write these into your lesson plan.
  • Choose a lesson that works to your strengths and a template that meets your needs.

Insider Tips

  • Smile and have fun! This is your opportunity to get the school excited about having you on their team.
  • Plan exactly what you’ll say to students during each component of the lesson. You’ll be more comfortable and less likely to stumble on your words if you plan and rehearse them in advance.
  • For additional help and support, reach out to our team at


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