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Letter Sounds, Patterns, and More

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With our Letter Sounds, Patterns, and More lesson plan, students learn strategies for using letter sounds and patterns to identify and read multisyllabic words. They learn how to use their existing knowledge of all letter-sound correspondences, syllabication patterns, and roots and affixes to help them do this during this lesson.

Letter Sounds, Patterns, and More

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With our Letter Sounds, Patterns, and More lesson plan, students learn how to identify words that are used incorrectly in writing and correct them using their knowledge of morphemes and word structure.

Letter Writing Lesson PlanLetter Writing Teachers Guide

Letter Writing

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In our Letter Writing lesson plan, students learn how to write each letter of the alphabet. Students practice tracing and writing their letters in order to improve their letter writing and recognition skills.

Lewis and Clark Lesson PlanLewis and Clark Teachers Guide

Lewis and Clark

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Our Lewis and Clark lesson plan teaches students about the 2-year Lewis and Clark expedition across America exploring the west to the Pacific Ocean and back again. Students also learn about other significant people who were involved in the expedition in some way.

Library Skills Lesson PlanLibrary Skills Teachers Guide

Library Skills

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Our Library Skills lesson plan teaches students how to properly and effectively use a library for research or to find a book they are looking for. Students also practice looking words up in the dictionary as a part of this lesson.

Light Lesson PlanLight Teachers Guide

Light

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In our Light lesson plan, students learn to define and list the characteristics of light and various light sources. Students learn related lesson vocabulary and search their home for examples of reflection, refraction, and blocked light.

Lincoln's Assassination Lesson PlanLincoln's Assassination Teachers Guide

Lincoln’s Assassination

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Our Lincoln’s Assassination lesson plan teaches students about the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. Students learn about the events of the assassination, why John Wilkes Booth may have wanted to assassinate him, and the impact this event had.

Line Plots and Fractions

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With our Line Plots and Fractions lesson plan, students learn how to create line plots with fractions as data points and then interpret those line plots.

Linking Comments

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With our Linking Comments lesson plan, students learn strategies for effectively linking comments with comment starters and other transition words and phrases.

Linking Ideas

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With our Linking Ideas lesson plan, students learn how to identify and write effective transitions in text using linking words and proper paragraph breaks.

Linking Opinions and Reasons

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With our Linking Opinions and Reasons lesson plan, students learn how to effectively use linking words and phrases to link opinions and reasons in their writing.

Linking Words & Phrases Lesson PlanLinking Words & Phrases Teachers Guide

Linking Words & Phrases

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Our Linking Words and Phrases lesson plan teaches students how to identify and use linking words and phrases. Students practice using these words and phrases in their own writing in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

Literal and Nonliteral Language Lesson PlanLiteral and Nonliteral Language Teachers Guide

Literal and Nonliteral Language

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Our free downloadable PDF Literal and Nonliteral Language lesson plan introduces students to the differences between literal and nonliteral language and how each is used. During this lesson, students are asked to work in pairs to explore the meaning, use and an image representing their assigned idiom, engaging their creativity as they are a

Literary Techniques Lesson PlanLiterary Techniques Teachers Guide

Literary Techniques

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Our Literary Techniques lesson plan teaches students about commonly used literary techniques used in stories, poems, and dramas. Students also practice using these common techniques in their own writing.

Literature Comprehension

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With our Literature Comprehension lesson plan, students learn how to better understand the literature that they read, including stories, dramas, and poems.