Showing 1–18 of 143 results

Alphabetical Order Lesson PlanAlphabetical Order Teachers Guide

Alphabetical Order

$0.00

Our interactive, free downloadable PDF Alphabetical Order Lesson Plan teaches students the steps necessary for alphabetizing and how to apply these steps to place words in alphabetical order.

Antagonist Lesson PlanAntagonist Teachers Guide

Antagonist

$0.00

Our free downloadable PDF Antagonist lesson plan develops reading comprehension as students define an antagonist and identify examples from a story, book, movie, or TV show. Students are asked to use and expand their creative writing skills by writing a short story which includes an antagonist. Students are also asked to work in pairs to id

Ask & Answer Questions to Clarify Word Meaning

$0.00

With our Ask & Answer Questions to Clarify Word Meaning lesson plan, students learn how to effectively ask and answer questions to help determine the meaning of an unknown word or phrase. Students learn and practice using various strategies for doing this during this lesson.

Ask/Answer Q’s Understanding Non-Fiction

$0.00

With our Ask/Answer Q’s Understanding Non-Fiction lesson plan, students learn how to better ask and answer questions to gain a deeper understanding of a non-fiction text. Students practice writing their own questions based on text as well as answering pre-written questions as a part of this lesson.

Ask/Answer Questions for Understanding Fiction

$0.00

With our Ask/Answer Questions for Understanding Fiction lesson plan, students learn strategies for asking and answering questions while reading fiction in order to understand it better. Students practice writing their own questions about fiction in addition to answering pre-written questions.

Basic Features of Print Lesson PlanBasic Features of Print Teachers Guide

Basic Features of Print

$0.00

In our Basic Features of Print lesson plan, students learn about the basics features, or components, of print, such as sentences and punctuation. Students learn the distinguishing features of a sentence and learn to recognize the basic features of print through this lesson.

Cause and Effect Lesson PlanCause and Effect Teachers Guide

Cause and Effect

$0.00

Our Cause and Effect lesson plan teaches students strategies for identifying the cause and effect and how to employ it in their own writing. Students practice analyzing text for the causes and effects and writing paragraphs using a cause and effect.

Cause and Effect (Grades 1-2) Lesson PlanCause and Effect (Grades 1-2) Teachers Guide

Cause and Effect (Grades 1-2)

$0.00

In our Cause and Effect lesson plan for grades 1-2, students learn how to identify the cause and effect of various events. Students learn how to analyze both images and text in order to determine the potential causes and effects.

Changes in Characters Lesson PlanChanges in Characters Teachers Guide

Changes in Characters

$0.00

In our Changes in Characters lesson plan, students learn how to identify the various changes that happen with characters during a story because of the events of the story. Students learn to analyze how the events of a story affect the characters in the story.

Chapters, Scenes and Stanzas Lesson PlanChapters, Scenes and Stanzas Teachers Guide

Chapters, Scenes and Stanzas

$0.00

In our Chapters, Scenes and Stanzas lesson plan, students learn how chapters, scenes, and stanzas are used to structure various types of literature. Students also learn about the differences between chapters, scenes, and stanzas.

Character Changes Lesson PlanCharacter Changes Teachers Guide

Character Changes

$0.00

In our Character Changes lesson plan, students learn how to identify the various changes that happen with characters during a story. Students learn to compare and contrast these changes, make predictions, and infer how a character might act if they were feeling different emotions.

Character Interactions Lesson PlanCharacter Interactions Teachers Guide

Character Interactions

$0.00

In our Character Interactions lesson plan, students learn about how characters interact in literature and why it’s important to take note of these interactions. Students create characterization charts for characters in order to better analyze their interactions and discuss how these interactions shape the story.

Character Motivations Lesson PlanCharacter Motivations Teachers Guide

Character Motivations

$0.00

In our Character Motivations lesson plan, students learn how to determine the motivations of different characters in literature based on a number of factors. Students learn about external and internal motivations and will learn why it’s important to be able to determine a character’s motivation in a story.

Character Types Lesson PlanCharacter Types Teachers Guide

Character Types

$0.00

Our Character Types lesson plan teaches students about some common types of characters that can be found in literature. Students learn why it’s important to be able to recognize these character types and about the characteristics that various types have.

Clarendon Learning includes extensive, comprehensive, quality Reading, Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies lesson plans.  The plans and content have been written by experienced educators and curriculum experts.  They have been researched and reviewed for accuracy and efficiency and one of their best features—they can be used almost immediately with little preparation, allowing the busy educator more time to focus on the content of the lesson.

A wide variety of topics are available in every subject area with specialized lesson plans for students in primary school, middle and upper elementary grades, homeschooled students, and in addition, parents may use them to simply enhance their child’s education.

All Clarendon Learning lesson plans include step-by-step instructions, procedures for teachers (or parents), options, matching Common Core State Standards, content for students, activity pages, worksheets, a list of Internet resources to enhance learning, and much more.

We believe our lesson plans are beneficial to all elementary-aged students and should be your first and last stop on the Internet for the principal content and lessons for Language Arts, Math, Reading, Science, and Social Studies.  And most importantly, the lesson plans allow teachers and homeschooling parents to become more effective instructors leading to better-educated children.