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Topic Focus for Writing

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With our Topic Focus for Writing lesson plan, students learn how to stay focused on a topic while writing and how to identify the main topic of someone else’s writing.

Topic Introductions Lesson PlanTopic Introductions Teachers Guide

Topic Introductions

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Our Topic Introductions lesson plan helps students write better introductions to various types of writing. Students use the lesson as a guide to practice writing introductions for essays, opinion essays, and more.

Transitional Words/Phrases Lesson PlanTransitional Words/Phrases Teachers Guide

Transitional Words/Phrases

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In our Transitional Words/Phrases lesson plan, students learn common transitional words and phrases that they can use in their writing and how to identify them in other people’s writing. They practice using these words and phrases to establish sequences in their writing.

Triple Letter Blends Spelling Patterns Lesson PlanTriple Letter Blends Spelling Patterns Teachers Guide

Triple Letter Blends Spelling Patterns

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Our Triple Letter Blends Spelling Patterns lesson plan introduces students to triple letter blends. Students will learn to identify and use common triple letter blends to improve their spelling abilities.

Types of Pronouns Lesson PlanTypes of Pronouns Teachers Guide

Types of Pronouns

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Our Types of Pronouns lesson plan teaches students all about different types of pronouns, including personal, possessive, indefinite, and more. Students practice identifying pronouns and using the correct pronoun for a given situation.

Understanding Multiple Perspectives

With our Understanding Multiple Perspectives lesson plan, students learn how to effectively identify and distinguish between different perspectives on a single issue in a debate or in a piece of writing.

Using Dialogue and Description

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With our Using Dialogue and Description lesson plan, students learn how to use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.

Using Quotation Marks Lesson PlanUsing Quotation Marks Teachers Guide

Using Quotation Marks

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In our Using Quotation Marks lesson plan, students learn how to use quotation marks in their writing and what quotation marks mean in other people’s writing. They practice using quotation marks, improving their overall writing and grammar skills.

Using Quotations Lesson PlanUsing Quotations Teachers Guide

Using Quotations

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In our Using Quotations lesson plan, students learn how to properly use quotations in writing. In addition to proper formatting, students also learn how to choose the best quotation and practice inserting quotations into their writing.

Using Recordings and Displays

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With our Using Recordings and Displays lesson plan, students learn all about how recordings and displays can be used in presentations and to increase understanding of a topic.

Using Root Words for Meaning

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With our Using Root Words for Meaning lesson plan, students learn how to use their knowledge of the meaning of a root word to better understand the meaning of a word that uses that root.

Using Simple and Compound Sentences

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With our Using Simple and Compound Sentences lesson plan, students learn how to form both simple and compound sentences. Students also learn about different sentence types, including declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory.

The Clarendon Learning language arts lesson plans are suitable for every elementary school-aged child, whether for use by a classroom teacher or a homeschooling parent.  Each detailed lesson plan in English will cover a central theme for learners in primary school, middle, or upper-elementary grades, and those studying English as a second language.  There are a wide variety of topics available with specialized and concept-specific language arts lesson plans available as an easy download.

Whether you are seeking to introduce your students to the proper use of commas, types of nouns, parts of speech, spelling and writing strategies, research projects, or other language arts concepts, Clarendon Learning offers effective language arts lesson plans for all educators.

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The language arts lesson plans include step-by-step instructions, procedures for teachers, options, matching Common Core State Standards, content for students, activity and practice pages, a list of Internet resources to enhance learning, and much more.

Our language arts lesson plans may be searched by topic, grade level, or by Common Core State Standard.  All lesson plans can also be sorted alphabetically or by grade, and most can be adapted to the needs of a specific learner.

The Clarendon Learning language arts lesson plans are beneficial to all elementary-aged students, and each detailed lesson plan in English will allow teachers and homeschooling parents to become more effective educators.

The Clarendon Learning language arts lesson plans are suitable for every elementary school-aged child, whether for use by a classroom teacher or a homeschooling parent.  Each detailed lesson plan in English will cover a central theme for learners in primary school, middle, or upper-elementary grades, and those studying English as a second language.  There are a wide variety of topics available with specialized and concept-specific language arts lesson plans available as an easy download. Whether you are seeking to introduce your students to the proper use of commas, types of Read more