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World Time Zones Lesson PlanWorld Time Zones Teachers Guide

World Time Zones

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In our World Time Zones lesson plan, students learn about how time zones work and why they are used. Students will use lesson vocabulary and answer questions about time zones and why they exist.

World War II Lesson PlanWorld War II Teachers Guide

World War II

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In our World War II lesson plan, students will learn about the Second World War. They will learn about the causes and effects of World War II, the key countries and people involved, and the tactics used. They will also conduct their own research on a related topic.

Wounded Knee Massacre Lesson PlanWounded Knee Massacre Teachers Guide

Wounded Knee Massacre

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Our Wounded Knee Massacre lesson plan teaches students about Wounded Knee, its historical significance, and related vocabulary. Students create a poster about a related topic and practice using the vocabulary.

Write Variable Expressions

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In our Write Variable Expressions lesson plan, students learn how to properly write verbal expressions as algebraic expressions. Students learn relevant vocabulary and practice rewriting expressions.

Writing a Book Report Lesson PlanWriting a Book Report Teachers Guide

Writing a Book Report

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Our Writing a Book Report lesson plan teaches students how to more effectively write book reports. It teaches students to analyze literature and condense its themes and major points into a cohesive and clear report.

Writing a Paragraph Lesson PlanWriting a Paragraph Teachers Guide

Writing a Paragraph

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Our Writing a Paragraph lesson plan teaches students how to structure and write a cohesive paragraph. They will practice writing paragraphs according to the steps in the lesson and will improve their overall writing skills.

Writing Effectively Lesson PlanWriting Effectively Teachers Guide

Writing Effectively

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Our Writing Effectively lesson plan teaches students how to intentionally write more effectively based on the topic and audience they are writing for. Students practice writing using the steps introduced in the lesson and will ultimately learn to be a better writer by using this process.

Writing Instructions Lesson PlanWriting Instructions Teachers Guide

Writing Instructions

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In our Writing Instructions lesson plan, students will learn how to more effectively write instructions. They will practice writing instructions for various things and processes both on their own and collaboratively.

Writing Resolutions Lesson PlanWriting Resolutions Teachers Guide

Writing Resolutions

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In this Writing Resolutions lesson plan, students will learn better ways to conclude their stories. They will practice writing endings to stories and will also learn to identify the beginning, middle, and ending of various stories.

Writing Resolutions Lesson PlanWriting Resolutions Teachers Guide

Writing Resolutions

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Our Writing Resolutions lesson plan teaches students how to write better conclusions for various types of narrative texts. They will practice writing resolutions for different stories and will also practice identifying and analyzing why another author might choose to resolve a text in a certain way.

Writing Tone and Style Lesson PlanWriting Tone and Style Teachers Guide

Writing Tone and Style

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In our Writing Tone and Style lesson plan, students will learn how to identify different tones in writing and styles of writing. They will practice adjusting their own tone and style depending on what they are writing and who their audience is. They will also practice recognizing when another author changes their style or tone.

Zero Lesson PlanZero Teachers Guide

Zero

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In our Zero lesson plan, students will learn how to use the number zero, its history, and why it is important in mathematics. They will use a creative writing exercise to solidify their understanding of the lesson and will practice using zeros in various math problems.