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Kodak Lesson Plans

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At its website, Kodak has organized by subject and grade level some 200 lesson plans created in the mid-’90s. Subjects include Art, Career Education, Community Studies, English, History, Languages, Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Photography, Science, and Social Studies. Grade levels: Pre-K, Kindergarten, Elementary, Junior High School, High School  Higher Education, and Special Education. These are online as web pages, but you can easily download and save them as individual PDF files.

The offerings also include two “Teaching Guides,” KODAK Self-Teaching Guide to Using an Adjustable 35 mm Camera and KODAK Self-Teaching Guide to Picture-Taking — modernized versions of their perennial How to Take Better Pictures manuals. They have these online as downloadable PDF files.

Knowing that this useful material could vanish in a trice during a website makeover, we’ve archived all of it in case it goes offline. Meanwhile, however, we’ve simply replicated their menu here so you can access these offerings immediately.

By Subject By Grade
Art Mathematics Pre-K
Career Education Music Kindergarten
Community Studies Photography Elementary
English Science Junior High School
History Social Studies High School
Languages Language Arts Higher Education
Teaching Guides Special Education

We’ve also taken the trouble to create downloadable PDF coursepacks of the lesson plans, organized under the headings Kodak has used. Clicking on the menu below will take you to the individual coursepacks.

By Subject By Grade
Art Mathematics Pre-K
Career Education Music Kindergarten
Community Studies Photography Elementary
English Science Junior High School
History Social Studies High School
Languages Language Arts Higher Education
Teaching Guides Special Education

We encourage you to browse this rich assortment of ideas from your colleagues in education at all grade levels. Don’t just look at those for your subject area and/or grade level; you may find something you could repurpose anywhere in this collection.

― A. D. Coleman, Publisher/Editor

John Alley, Webmaster

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