Just want to let you know that people out there ARE finding your lesson plans and appear to be using them. Here is an example that must be more than a coincidence:
In the latest batch of lesson plans to go online is an American Memory companion to "To Kill A Mockingbird" by 1998 fellows, Kathleen Prody and Nicolet Whearty from Montana. Since the beginning of the month, our reference service has received five messages related to the book or the lesson. In five years, prior to this month, the Learning Page has not received a single questions about this book
Here's who wrote:
Los Angeles, CA, 8th grade student
Vancouver, BC, 12th grade student
Singapore, 4th year secondar student
No doubt, many more folks are using the lesson without writing. And the students all wrote with questions about the book, not the lesson. One wrote seeking ideas for a comparative literature writing assignment - one of my personal favorites, the fiction-into-film paper.