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Letter Writing Lesson PlanLetter Writing Teachers Guide

Letter Writing

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In our Letter Writing lesson plan, students learn how to write each letter of the alphabet. Students practice tracing and writing their letters in order to improve their letter writing and recognition skills.

Linking Words & Phrases Lesson PlanLinking Words & Phrases Teachers Guide

Linking Words & Phrases

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Our Linking Words and Phrases lesson plan teaches students how to identify and use linking words and phrases. Students practice using these words and phrases in their own writing in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

Literary Techniques Lesson PlanLiterary Techniques Teachers Guide

Literary Techniques

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Our Literary Techniques lesson plan teaches students about commonly used literary techniques used in stories, poems, and dramas. Students also practice using these common techniques in their own writing.

Maintaining Style and Tone Lesson PlanMaintaining Style and Tone Teachers Guide

Maintaining Style and Tone

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In our Maintaining Style and Tone lesson plan, students learn about the importance of style and tone in writing and how they can alter the tone and style of their own writing. Students practice maintaining a constant tone and style throughout a piece of writing in order to demonstrate their ability to use the lesson material.

Memoirs and Biographies Lesson PlanMemoirs and Biographies Teachers Guide

Memoirs and Biographies

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Our Memoirs and Biographies lesson plan teaches students the characteristics of both memoirs and biographies. Students practice writing in both of these genres, using the lesson material as a guide.

Modal Auxiliaries Lesson PlanModal Auxiliaries Teachers Guide

Modal Auxiliaries

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In our Modal Auxiliaries lesson plan, students learn about the verbs can, will, shall, may, could, would, should, might and must. Students identify these verbs – called modal auxiliaries – in text and learn why and how they are used in writing.

Narrative Writing Pt. 1 (Personal Narratives) Lesson PlanNarrative Writing Pt. 1 (Personal Narratives) Teachers Guide

Narrative Writing Pt. 1 (Personal Narratives)

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Our Narrative Writing Pt. 1 (Personal Narratives) lesson plan introduces students to writing personal narratives. Students walk through each step taught in this lesson in order to write their own personal narratives.

Needs and Wants Lesson PlanNeeds and Wants Teachers Guide

Needs and Wants

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Our Needs and Wants lesson plan teaches students the differences between needs and wants. Students come up with their own list of their personal needs and wants, grounding the lesson material in real life.

Nonfiction Books Lesson PlanNonfiction Books Teachers Guide

Nonfiction Books

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Our Nonfiction Books lesson plan teaches students about what nonfiction means and what the main features of nonfiction books are. Students practice reading nonfiction texts and identifying the features that make it a nonfiction text, solidifying their understanding of the lesson material.

Notetaking Skills Lesson PlanNotetaking Skills Teachers Guide

Notetaking Skills

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Our Notetaking Skills lesson plan helps students develop their notetaking skills in order to be better organized. Students practice paraphrasing text and organizing their notes during this lesson.

Nouns (Grades 1-3) Lesson PlanNouns (Grades 1-3) Teachers Guide

Nouns (Grades 1-3)

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Our Nouns lesson plan for grades 1-3 introduces students to the concept of nouns and teaches them about different types of nouns, such as common and proper nouns. Students are also taught to distinguish between people, places, and things.

Nouns (Grades 4-6) Lesson PlanNouns (Grades 4-6) Teachers Guide

Nouns (Grades 4-6)

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Our Nouns lesson plan for grades 4-6 teaches students how to recognize and use common and proper nouns, including identifying the categories and types of nouns. Students practice writing sentences with multiple types of nouns to solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

Opinion Writing (Grades 1-3) Lesson PlanOpinion Writing (Grades 1-3) Teachers Guide

Opinion Writing (Grades 1-3)

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Our Opinion Writing lesson plan for grades 1-3 teaches students what opinions are and the difference between opinion and fact. Students also learn how to write and structure their own opinion papers.

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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