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Correcting Vague Pronouns Lesson PlanCorrecting Vague Pronouns Teachers Guide

Correcting Vague Pronouns

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Our Correcting Vague Pronouns lesson plan teaches students the proper use of pronouns with unclear and ambiguous antecedents. Students practice replacing vague pronouns with more precise ones using the information learned in this lesson.

Credibility of Sources Lesson PlanCredibility of Sources Teachers Guide

Credibility of Sources

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Our Credibility of Sources lesson plan teaches students about both primary and secondary resources, including their definitions and what they’re used for. Students also learn how to identify and use the most credible and reliable resources available for research projects, general information, or other uses.

Decoding Multisyllable Words Lesson PlanDecoding Multisyllable Words Teachers Guide

Decoding Multisyllable Words

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Our Decoding Multisyllable Words lesson plan teaches students additional strategies for reading and decoding multi-syllabic words. Students also learn to match syllables with their syllable type and learn about different syllable types.

Denotations and Connotations Lesson PlanDenotations and Connotations Teachers Guide

Denotations and Connotations

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Our Denotations and Connotations lesson plan teaches students about the denotation and connotation of words and how those differ. Students practice identifying if words have a positive or negative connotation and differentiating between the denotation and connotation of a word.

Descriptive Writing (Grades 4-6) Lesson PlanDescriptive Writing (Grades 4-6) Teachers Guide

Descriptive Writing (Grades 4-6)

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Our Descriptive Writing lesson plan for grades 4-6 teaches students to develop the skills needed for descriptive writing. Students practice using the strategies taught in this lesson to enhance their writing.

Direct and Indirect Objects Lesson PlanDirect and Indirect Objects Teachers Guide

Direct and Indirect Objects

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Our Direct and Indirect Objects lesson plan, available as a free downloadable PDF, teaches students how to identify the direct and indirect objects of sentences and how to include direct and indirect objects in their writing.

Drawing and Writing Lesson PlanDrawing and Writing Teachers Guide

Drawing and Writing

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Our Drawing and Writing lesson plan teaches students how to use drawing to help increase writing skills and vice versa. Students practice choosing appropriate visual aids to accompany their writing.

Editing and Proofreading Lesson PlanEditing and Proofreading Teachers Guide

Editing and Proofreading

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Our Editing and Proofreading lesson plan teaches students what editing and proofreading are, the difference between them, and how to proofread and edit their own written work. Students practice proofreading and editing as a part of this lesson.

Effective Conversations Lesson PlanEffective Conversations Teachers Guide

Effective Conversations

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Our Effective Conversations lesson plan teaches students strategies for having effective conversations with other people. Students practice using these strategies to have effective conversations with their classrooms about various topics.

Effective Listening Lesson PlanEffective Listening Teachers Guide

Effective Listening

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Our Effective Listening lesson plan teaches students how to use active listening, how to use listening skills to summarize and interpret information, and how to determine if a speaker’s argument or claim is supported by facts.

Effective Sentences for Meaning/Interest Lesson PlanEffective Sentences for Meaning/Interest Teachers Guide

Effective Sentences for Meaning/Interest

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Our Effective Sentences for Meaning/Interest lesson plan teaches students how to make their sentences more effective. Students practice expanding, combining, and reducing sentences for meaning, reader/listener interest, and style.

End Punctuation for Sentences

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With our End Punctuation for Sentences lesson plan, students learn about periods, question marks, and exclamation points. Students practice using the correct punctuation mark at the end of sentences.

Expanding Sentences Lesson PlanExpanding Sentences Teachers Guide

Expanding Sentences

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Our free downloadable PDF Expanding Sentences lesson plan teaches students how to add more vivid imagery to their writing by incorporating adjectives and adverbs to lengthen and liven their sentences. This lesson focuses on developing the ability to write sentences that can be easily visualized by the reader.

Figures of Speech Lesson PlanFigures of Speech Teachers Guide

Figures of Speech

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Our Figures of Speech lesson plan teaches students different figures of speech and what they mean. Students learn to recognize figures of speech and what some common figures of speech mean.

Folktales Lesson PlanFolktales Teachers Guide

Folktales

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Our free downloadable PDF Folktales lesson plan introduces students to folktales in literature. Folktales encompass many different sub-genres of literature that make up the body of children’s literature, and that are referenced in adult literature, such as fairy tales, legends, myths, and fables.

Formal vs. Informal Discourse Lesson PlanFormal vs. Informal Discourse Teachers Guide

Formal vs. Informal Discourse

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In our Formal vs. Informal Discourse lesson plan, students learn about the differences between formal and informal discourse and how to identify them. Students practice adapting their speech and writing for specific situations using the lesson material.

Formal vs. Informal Writing Lesson PlanFormal vs. Informal Writing Teachers Guide

Formal vs. Informal Writing

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In our Formal vs. Informal Writing lesson plan, students learn the differences between formal and informal writing and what each is used for. Students also practice using both formal and informal writing.

Four Types of Writing Lesson PlanFour Types of Writing Teachers Guide

Four Types of Writing

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In our Four Types of Writing lesson plan, students learn about the four main types of writing, including their characteristics and how to identify them. Students practice identifying which type a piece of writing is and learn when to use each type.

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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