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Combining Like Terms Lesson PlanCombining Like Terms Teachers Guide

Combining Like Terms

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In our Combining Like Terms lesson plan, students learn how to combine like terms in algebraic expressions. Students complete practice problems in which they simplify terms by combining using the methods taught in this lesson.

Commas Lesson PlanCommas Teachers Guide

Commas

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Our free downloadable PDF Commas lesson plan equips students to both identify the rules for comma usage and correctly use commas in their writing.

Commas in Dates and Series

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With our Commas in Dates and Series lesson plan, students learn how to properly use commas with dates and series. Students practice inserting commas into sentences as well as writing their own sentences using commas correctly.

Common and Proper Nouns Lesson PlanCommon and Proper Nouns Teachers Guide

Common and Proper Nouns

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In our Common and Proper Nouns lesson plan, students learn what common and proper nouns are and how they differ. Students practice differentiating between common and proper nouns.

Common Prefixes Spelling Patterns Lesson PlanCommon Prefixes Spelling Patterns Teachers Guide

Common Prefixes Spelling Patterns

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In our Common Prefixes Spelling Patterns lesson plan, students learn some common prefixes and how they can change the meaning of words. Students also learn how to create a “prefix tree” to help them visualize how prefixes and the words they’re connected to are related.

Common Prefixes/Suffixes Lesson PlanCommon Prefixes/Suffixes Teachers Guide

Common Prefixes/Suffixes

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Our Common Prefixes/Suffixes lesson plan teaches students about some common prefixes and suffixes and how they can use these to help figure out the meaning of unfamiliar words. Students practice identifying prefixes and suffixes and matching prefixes and suffixes to their definitions.

Communities Lesson PlanCommunities Teachers Guide

Communities

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In our Communities lesson plan, students learn about how communities are formed and defined, some characteristics of various communities, and the three main types: urban, suburban, and rural. Students also learn related vocabulary as a part of this lesson.

Community Helpers Lesson PlanCommunity Helpers Teachers Guide

Community Helpers

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In our Community Helpers lesson plan, students learn about various “community helpers” such as mail carriers, farmers, firemen, and more. Students learn what a number of community helpers do for a living and how their work has a positive impact on the communities they live in.

Commutative Property Lesson PlanCommutative Property Teachers Guide

Commutative Property

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In our Commutative Property lesson plan, students learn what the commutative property is in mathematics for both addition and multiplication and how to use it. Students practice identifying problems that use the commutative property as a part of this lesson.

Comparatives/Superlatives Lesson PlanComparatives/Superlatives Teachers Guide

Comparatives/Superlatives

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Our Comparatives/Superlatives lesson plan teaches students about comparative and superlative adjectives and how to properly use them. Students practice using these two types of adjectives in their own writing as well as identifying them in other people’s writing.

Compare and Contrast – Nonfiction

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With our Compare and Contrast – Nonfiction lesson plan, students learn how to effectively compare and contrast nonfiction texts and how to identify things like first and secondhand accounts.

Compare and Contrast Characters’ Experiences

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With our Compare and Contrast Characters’ Experiences lesson plan, students learn how to better identify, compare and contrast characters’ experiences. Students practice reading texts and completing Venn diagrams in order to compare and contrast.

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Compare and Contrast Nonfiction Text Structure

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The compare and contrast nonfiction text structure is a foundational type of text structure for nonfiction text. It will allow students to build to more complex structures such as problem and solution and cause and effect. Practice with comparing and contrasting in reading is also a valid reading skill and useful comprehension skill. Familiarity with this text structure will also be used on many higher level texts, and state and standardized tests, so this is a meaningful way to include test preparation while also working on building nonfiction reading skills.

Compare and Contrast Nonfiction Text Structure Lesson Plan Includes:

  • Full Teacher Guidelines with Creative Teaching Ideas
  • Instructional Content Pages about Compare and Contrast Nonfiction Text Structure
  • Hands-on homework activities giving students plenty of practice
  • Answer Keys
  • Common Core State Standards
  • Many Additional Links and Resources
  • Built for Grades 5-6 but can be adapted for other grade levels.

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Compare and Contrast Stories - Same Genre Lesson PlanCompare and Contrast Stories - Same Genre Teachers Guide

Compare and Contrast Stories – Same Genre

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In our Compare and Contrast Stories – Same Genre lesson plan, students learn strategies for comparing and contrasting stories that are in the same genre. Students also learn how to use Venn diagrams to help them with this process.

Compare/Contrast Story Versions

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With our Compare/Contrast Story Versions lesson plan, students learn strategies for comparing and contrasting two versions of the same story. Students practice comparing and contrasting versions of stories and writing their own.