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Reading Orally Lesson PlanReading Orally Teachers Guide

Reading Orally

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In our Reading Orally lesson plan, students learn strategies for reading out loud in front of other people. Students learn the importance of tone, pacing, and accuracy, and practice reading orally.

Reading Orally

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With our Reading Orally lesson plan, students learn how to be more expressive while reading poetry and how to better interpret the literal and figurative language in poetry.

Reading Orally (Grades 1-2) Lesson PlanReading Orally (Grades 1-2) Teachers Guide

Reading Orally (Grades 1-2)

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In our Reading Orally lesson plan for grades 1-2, students learn strategies for reading out loud in front of other people. Students learn the importance of tone, pacing, and accuracy, and practice reading orally.

Reading Poetry and Prose

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With our Reading Poetry and Prose lesson plan, students learn about poetry and prose, including their differences and how to identify each type of writing.

Reading with Purpose and Understanding Lesson PlanReading with Purpose and Understanding Teachers Guide

Reading with Purpose and Understanding

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Our Reading with Purpose and Understanding lesson plan teaches students about the purpose of reading and understanding what they read. Students practice reading excerpts and identifying the purpose for reading and understanding it.

Real-Life Word Connections Lesson PlanReal-Life Word Connections Teachers Guide

Real-Life Word Connections

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Our Real-Life Word Connections lesson plan teaches students about how the words they use connect to real people, places, and things. Students learn about shades of meaning, homophones, multiple-meaning words, actions and dialogue, and emotions and traits and why word choice is so important.

Reasoning to Compare Fractions Lesson PlanReasoning to Compare Fractions Teachers Guide

Reasoning to Compare Fractions

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Our free downloadable PDF Reasoning to Compare Fractions lesson plan presents various strategies students may use to compare fractions. The lesson begins with a brief introduction reviewing greater than (<), less than (>), and equal to (=) signs. The lesson provides examples in which students look at fractions with either the same num

Reasons and Evidence of an Author

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With our Reasons and Evidence of an Author lesson plan, students learn how to identify an author’s reason and evidence. Students practice reading articles and identifying the different parts (reason and evidence) of the article in order to demonstrate their understanding of the lesson material.

Reasons and Evidence of an Author

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With our Reasons and Evidence of an Author lesson plan, students learn strategies for describing the ways in which authors use reasons and evidence in their writing, particularly in nonfiction writing.

Recall Information from Experiences

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With our Recall Information from Experiences lesson plan, students learn how to effectively retain and recall information. Students learn how to take notes and how to organize their recollections in a useful way.

Recalling and Gathering Information

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With our Recalling and Gathering Information lesson plan, students learn about different types of information and how each can be used, including information gained from personal experience and information gained from outside sources.

Recognizing Angles

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With our Recognizing Angles lesson plan, students learn how to recognize and identify right, obtuse, and acute angles. Students practice identifying each type by sight and answer questions about them.

Reconstruction Lesson PlanReconstruction Teachers Guide

Reconstruction

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Our Reconstruction lesson plan teaches students about Reconstruction, the time period following the Civil War. Students learn about significant events and people in the Reconstruction Era, along with related vocabulary.

Recounting-Describing Details

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With our Recounting-Describing Details lesson plan, students learn strategies for recounting the details of a passage after hearing the passage read aloud.

Rectangle Partition

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With our Rectangle Partition lesson plan, students learn how rectangles can be partitioned into rows and columns and how to count them. Students practice using lesson vocabulary and partitioning rectangles into rows and columns on their own.