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Interest Lesson PlanInterest Teachers Guide

Interest

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Our Interest lesson plan teaches students about interest as it relates to money. Students learn how to calculate simple interest given the principle, rate, and time of a loan or purchase.

Interjections Lesson PlanInterjections Teachers Guide

Interjections

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In our Interjections lesson plan, students learn what interjections are and how they should be used in their writing. Students practice identifying interjections in other people’s writing and using them on their own.

International Space Station Lesson PlanInternational Space Station Teachers Guide

International Space Station

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In our International Space Station lesson plan, students learn the history of the International Space Station and what it is used for today. Students learn about the scientists, countries, and astronauts who made the International Space Station possible and what work is currently being done on the ISS.

Interpret Fraction Products

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With our Interpret Fraction Products lesson plan, students learn about fraction products and how to represent fraction problems visually and through a story.

Interpret Statements of Inequality

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With our Interpret Statements of Inequality lesson plan, students learn all about statements of inequality and the symbols used to represent them (greater than, less than, and equal to).

Interpreting and Representing Data (Grades 1-3) Lesson PlanInterpreting and Representing Data (Grades 1-3) Teachers Guide

Interpreting and Representing Data (Grades 1-3)

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Our Interpreting and Representing Data lesson plan for grades 1-3 teaches students how to interpret graphs and why graphs are often used to represent data. Students work with bar charts and learn how bar charts are used to interpret and organize data.

Interpreting and Using Flash Forward

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With our Interpreting and Using Flash Forward lesson plan, students learn how to identify and interpret flash forwards in writing and how to use them in their own writing more effectively.

Interpreting and Using Flashback

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With our Interpreting and Using Flashback lesson plan, students learn how to identify and interpret flashbacks in writing and how to use them in their own writing more effectively.

Interpreting and Using Foreshadowing

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With our Interpreting and Using Foreshadowing lesson plan, students learn how to identify and interpret foreshadowing in writing and how to use it in their own writing more effectively.

Interpreting and Using Imagery

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With our Interpreting and Using Imagery lesson plan, students learn how to identify and interpret imagery in writing as well as how to incorporate it into their own writing more effectively.

Interpreting and Using Red Herrings

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With our Interpreting and Using Red Herrings lesson plan, students learn how to identify and interpret red herrings in writing and how to use them in their own writing more effectively.

Interpreting Graphs Lesson PlanInterpreting Graphs Teachers Guide

Interpreting Graphs

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In our Interpreting Graphs lesson plan, students learn strategies for interpreting graphs. Students also learn various uses for graphs and about different types of graphs that they may encounter.

Interpreting Information Lesson PlanInterpreting Information Teachers Guide

Interpreting Information

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In our Interpreting Information lesson plan, students learn about different ways information can be represented, including visually, orally, and quantitatively, and how to interpret each of these.

Interpreting Information

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With our Interpreting Information lesson plan, students learn how to better interpret visual, oral, and quantitative information. Students practice using their interpretive skills by answering questions about specific texts and topics as a part of this lesson.

Interpreting Multiplication

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With our Interpreting Multiplication lesson plan, students learn about multiplication in a more in-depth way. Students practice writing their own equations to solve word problems and writing their own word problems that require multiplication.