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Explaining Your Ideas

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With our Explaining Your Ideas lesson plan, students learn how to more effectively explain their ideas during a discussion.

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.

Find Synonyms/Antonyms in Context

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With our Find Synonyms/Antonyms in Context lesson plan, students learn all about synonyms and antonyms, including how to differentiate between different shades of meaning in synonyms.

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 and Informal English

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With our Formal and Informal English lesson plan, students learn when to use formal and informal language in their speaking and writing and how to recognize each in other’s speaking and writing.

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.

Frequently Confused Words Lesson PlanFrequently Confused Words Teachers Guide

Frequently Confused Words

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Our free downloadable PDF Frequently Confused Words lesson plan introduces students to frequently confused words in the English language such as to, too, two; their, there, they’re; and many others.

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.

Generalize Spelling Patterns

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With our Generalize Spelling Patterns lesson plan, students learn common spelling patterns to enhance their spelling skills and reading comprehension.

Glossaries and Dictionaries

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With our Glossaries and Dictionaries lesson plan, students learn how to use both online and print dictionaries and glossaries to determine the definition and part of speech of words.

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.

How to Write a Letter

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With our How to Write a Letter lesson plan, students learn how to format and write various types of letters, ranging from informal to formal.

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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