A couple considerations.
1) Start with a Unit Plan / Overview and line that up with the calendar. Spending some time at this at the beginning of the quarter pays dividends. Ask around, because there may be prior existing curricular maps / 3-year plans that can help you plan & schedule units. When I started as a nonlicensed CE, I dove right into planning daily lessons. Starting with a solid unit plan is key otherwise you can waste a lot of time coming up with what to teach. Most (if not all) of our CEs, if they are pursuing licensure, are training for special ed, not content.
2) Start with the learning objective and then write your lesson plans in Outline / Bullet point format. The kind of super-detailed, lengthy lesson plans that are demanded in teacher preparation programs defy common sense, in my opinion. Furthermore, you need to leave some breathing room, be able to pivot when needed, and allow students to drive the learning when opportunities present themselves.
No, I don't think so.