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Evaluating Opinions and Arguments Lesson PlanEvaluating Opinions and Arguments Teachers Guide

Evaluating Opinions and Arguments


In our Evaluating Opinions and Arguments lesson plan, students learn strategies for evaluating the validity and effectiveness of opinions and arguments. Students practice distinguishing between facts, opinions, and arguments.

Event Relationships


With our Event Relationships lesson plan, students learn how to identify and understand a series of events or steps and cause/effect relationships.

Evidence and Reasoning Lesson PlanEvidence and Reasoning Teachers Guide

Evidence and Reasoning


In our Evidence and Reasoning lesson plan, students learn strategies for using evidence and reasoning to support a claim. Students practice identifying the evidence and reasoning in a text that is supporting a claim and writing their own.

Examples and Anecdotes Lesson PlanExamples and Anecdotes Teachers Guide

Examples and Anecdotes


Our Examples and Anecdotes lesson plan teaches students the differences between examples and anecdotes and how to identify and use them in text. Students also learn some of the potential problems of using anecdotes as evidence.

Excretory System Lesson PlanExcretory System Teachers Guide

Excretory System


Our free downloadable PDF Excretory System lesson plan introduces students to the basics of the excretory system. During this lesson, students are asked to work with a partner to create a story from the perspective of a drop of liquid on a journey through the excretory system, illustrating the processes of the excretory system in a creative

Executive Branch Lesson PlanExecutive Branch Teachers Guide

Executive Branch


Our Executive Branch lesson plan teaches students about what the Executive Branch is and how it functions today. Students also learn the history of the branch, how it was conceived, and how it interacts with the other branches of government in the United States.

Expanded Number Forms Lesson PlanExpanded Number Forms Teachers Guide

Expanded Number Forms


In our Expanded Number Forms lesson plan, students learn how to convert standards numbers into expanded form and how to create addition expressions to show the expanded number form. Students practice writing expanded numbers in standard numeric form.

Expanding Sentences Lesson PlanExpanding Sentences Teachers Guide

Expanding Sentences


Our free downloadable PDF Expanding Sentences lesson plan teaches students how to add more vivid imagery to their writing by incorporating adjectives and adverbs to lengthen and liven their sentences. This lesson focuses on developing the ability to write sentences that can be easily visualized by the reader.

Explain Common Idioms, Adages, Proverbs


With our Explain Common Idioms, Adages, Proverbs lesson plan, students learn about idioms, adages, and proverbs, including how they’re used and why. Students also learn some common idioms, adages, and proverbs during this lesson.

Expressing Length


With our Expressing Length lesson plan, students learn how to express the length of an object using whole units, such as inches.

Expressions and Formulas


With our Expressions and Formulas lesson plan, students learn strategies for evaluating expressions and solving problems using formulas.

Extinct/Endangered Animals Lesson PlanExtinct/Endangered Animals Teachers Guide

Extinct/Endangered Animals


Our Extinct/Endangered Animals lesson plan teaches students about what it means for an animal to be extinct or endangered and some examples of animals that are either extinct or endangered. Students also differentiate between being endangered and extinct.

Extinction Lesson PlanExtinction Teachers Guide



Our free downloadable PDF Extinction lesson plan explores the different causes of extinction and gives examples of extinct animals. During this lesson, students are asked to differentiate between surviving, endangered and extinct animals, categorizing animals in each to demonstrate their understanding of these terms. Students are also asked

Fables Lesson PlanFables Teachers Guide



Our free downloadable PDF Fables lesson plan introduces the three key elements of fables, which are stories that use animal characteristics and are designed specifically to teach a lesson. Students are asked to engage their analytical and critical thinking skills as they hear and read fables, determine the moral for each, and explain the de

Fact and Opinion Lesson PlanFact and Opinion Teachers Guide

Fact and Opinion


Our Fact and Opinion lesson plan teaches students the difference between a fact and an opinion and why it is important to be able to identify a fact vs. an opinion. Students practice writing their own facts and opinions as well.

Factor Using the Distributive Property


With our Factor Using the Distributive Property lesson plan, students learn how to factor using the distributive property. Students are asked to solve practice problems as a part of this lesson.