If you’re a teacher, you know what a lesson plan is. It’s a written plan for the teacher(s) concerned so they can have a clear idea of what to teach, how to teach, what your target students will learn, what goals your lesson aims to achieve, etc. So it is important, especially when the lesson involves more than one teacher, for you to join down the roles teachers play, time allocation, necessary materials, etc.
Yet, I was given these lesson plans for a co-teaching lesson. After reading them, I still had no concrete idea what I was supposed (and what the teacher was supposed to do) to do.