I have attached my template and my the beginning of my Salish Sea and Great Bear Rainforest unit. I typically only plan the first few detailed lessons of an inquiry unit in advance as they are the ones I use to build curiosity and back ground knowledge before diving into the inquiry with my students and following where their questions lead. I do pull my read alouds and put them into a rough order ahead of time. I believe that read alouds and good quality children’s literature including picture books can be a good jumping off point to focus an inquiry lesson and build student’s curiosity, most of my units in Language Arts and Social Studies are literature based. I’ve also found some groups focus more or are more interested in specific aspects of our coast and follow their interests while still meeting my competency goals. My template pulls elements from the one provided in this course as well as from Understanding By Design. I have found the ideas in Understanding By Design by Wiggins and McTighe to be very helpful when planning units and working through their process helpful to building cohesive inquiry units. One of my goals is to build increasingly cross curricular units for my students so that we can develop a variety of skills and see how their learning is connected, this also ties to the First Peoples Principal that learning is holistic. With my completed unit plan I have not put the adaptations in yet as I do not know the full extent of the needs for my class next year, the one student who’s needs I do know is on a modified program and will participate in the stories each day then move to the program set up by our resource team.