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Gathering Information from Resources

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With our Gathering Information from Resources lesson plan, students learn how to effectively gather information from a variety of sources, such as research and people’s personal experience.

Glued Sound Short A Spelling Patterns Lesson PlanGlued Sound Short A Spelling Patterns Teachers Guide

Glued Sound Short A Spelling Patterns

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Our Glued Sound Short A Spelling Patterns lesson plan teaches students about the spelling pattern with glued sounds and how to correctly use it. Students use a fun, interactive game to practice with the words.

Greek RootsSpelling Patterns Lesson Plan

Greek Roots | Spelling Patterns

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In our Greek Roots I Spelling Patterns lesson plan, students learn about Greek roots for words and what they mean. Students also learn that knowing these Greek roots will help them figure out the definitions of unknown words.

Greek/Latin Affixes & Roots Lesson PlanGreek/Latin Affixes & Roots Teachers Guide

Greek/Latin Affixes & Roots

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Our Greek/Latin Affixes and Roots lesson plan introduces students to common Greek and Latin prefixes, suffixes, and root words. Students learn that these roots can be used to help define unknown words.

Identifying and Using Determiners Lesson PlanIdentifying and Using Determiners Teachers Guide

Identifying and Using Determiners

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In our Identifying and Using Determiners lesson plan, students learn how to make their writing clearer by identifying and using determiners. Students learn that determiners are also called noun markers or articles and practice using them in their own writing.

Idioms, Adages and Proverbs Lesson PlanIdioms, Adages and Proverbs Teachers Guide

Idioms, Adages and Proverbs

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In our Idioms, Adages and Proverbs lesson plan, students learn what idioms, adages, and proverbs are, how they are defined, and how to recognize them in writing. Students also practice using each of these in their own writing.

Inferences Lesson PlanInferences Teachers Guide

Inferences

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In our Inferences lesson plan, students learn what inferences are and how to make them when they’re reading. Students practice reading text and making inferences based on it using the strategies presented during this lesson.

Informative Writing Lesson PlanInformative Writing Teachers Guide

Informative Writing

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Our Informative Writing lesson plan teaches students the proper structure of an informative essay and the components that make it up. During this lesson, students use this information to write their own five-paragraph informative essay from start to finish.

Informative Writing

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With our Informative Writing lesson plan, students learn strategies for writing informatively and practice writing about different topics using the information provided in this lesson.

Informative Writing – Precise Language

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With our Informative Writing – Precise Language lesson plan, students learn how to make their writing more precise. Students practice rewriting wordy sentences to make them more concise as a part of this lesson.

Intensive Pronouns Lesson PlanIntensive Pronouns Teachers Guide

Intensive Pronouns

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In our Intensive Pronouns lesson plan, students learn what intensive pronouns are and when they’re used in writing. Students practice identifying intensive pronouns and including them in their own writing.

Interjections Lesson PlanInterjections Teachers Guide

Interjections

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In our Interjections lesson plan, students learn what interjections are and how they should be used in their writing. Students practice identifying interjections in other people’s writing and using them on their own.

Interpreting Information Lesson PlanInterpreting Information Teachers Guide

Interpreting Information

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In our Interpreting Information lesson plan, students learn about different ways information can be represented, including visually, orally, and quantitatively, and how to interpret each of these.

Introducing Informative Topics

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With our Introducing Informative Topics lesson plan, students learn strategies for writing more effective introductions, including how to group relevant information together and when they should include illustrations.

Introduction to Commas Lesson PlanIntroduction to Commas Teachers Guide

Introduction to Commas

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Our Introduction to Commas lesson plan teaches students what commas are and how to use them correctly in their writing. Students learn how to use commas in dates, series, greetings, letter closings, addresses, and dialogue.

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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