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Modal Auxiliaries Lesson PlanModal Auxiliaries Teachers Guide

Modal Auxiliaries


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.

Modal Auxiliary Verbs


With our Modal Auxiliary Verbs lesson plan, students learn how to properly use modal auxiliary verbs such as shall, should, will, and would.

Multimedia Inclusion for Clarification


With our Multimedia Inclusion for Clarification lesson plan, students learn about various forms of multimedia components, how they can be incorporated into presentations, and which forms are best suited for various scenarios.

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

Narrative Writing Pt. 1 (Personal Narratives)


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


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


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


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)


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)


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)


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.

Opinion Writing (Grades 4-6) Lesson PlanOpinion Writing (Grades 4-6) Teachers Guide

Opinion Writing (Grades 4-6)


Our Opinion Writing lesson plan for grades 4-6 teaches students how to successfully write a five-paragraph opinion paper based on the steps presented in this lesson. Students write an opinion paper from start to finish as a part of this lesson.

Paraphrasing Lesson PlanParaphrasing Teachers Guide



In our Paraphrasing lesson plan, students learn what paraphrasing is, when it is used, and strategies for paraphrasing effectively. Students also learn how to distinguish paraphrasing from summarizing and plagiarism.

Parts of Speech Functions


With our Parts of Speech Functions lesson plan, students learn about different parts of speech, how they are used, and how to identify them.

Personification Lesson PlanPersonification Teachers Guide



In our Personification lesson plan, students learn about personification, including what it is, how and why it is used in literature, and how to identify it in literature or other texts. Students practice writing their own story, poem, or other text including personification.