Long term Planning

Please help me with these questions? regarding Long term Planning. Thanks candy : (


Hi Candy,

I assume you're referring to your original post --
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1155093785

Since no one responded, none of our regular volunteer teachers feels qualified to answer it.

If you post your answer, based on what you've learned in class, we'll try to critique it for you.

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