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Emancipation Proclamation Lesson PlanEmancipation Proclamation Teachers Guide

Emancipation Proclamation

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In our Emancipation Proclamation lesson plan, students learn about the Emancipation Proclamation, including what it was, what it did, and what its lasting impact on U.S. history is. Students read passages from the document and learn its significance in relation to the Civil War.

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.

Ending Sounds

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With our Ending Sounds lesson plan, students learn about the ending sounds of words, including some common ending sounds and similar-sounding ending sounds that are spelled differently.

Energy Pyramid

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With our Energy Pyramid lesson plan, students learn about the energy pyramid and its four levels, including how each level relates to each other and why the energy pyramid is important.

Equal Parts Lesson PlanEqual Parts Teachers Guide

Equal Parts

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Our Equal Parts lesson plan teaches students the vocabulary to describe equal parts such as halves, fourths, and quarters. Students practice using these terms in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson.

Equal Sign Lesson PlanEqual Sign Teachers Guide

Equal Sign

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Our Equal Sign lesson plan teaches students how to define an equal (=) sign and offers a history of the equals sign. Students practice using the equal sign in math problems and solve practice problems using equals signs.

Equations (2-Step) Lesson PlanEquations (2-Step) Teachers Guide

Equations (2-Step)

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In our Equations (2-step) lesson plan, students learn strategies for solving 2-step problems. Students use these strategies to practice identifying and solving various practice problems.

Equivalent Expressions

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Using our Equivalent Expressions lesson plan, students learn how to identify equivalent math expressions. Students also learn about how expressions containing variables can be equivalent.

Equivalent Expressions

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With our Equivalent Expressions lesson plan, students learn all about equivalent expression and how to identify them. They practice matching equivalent expressions and rewriting expressions to make them equivalent.

Estimating (Grades 1-3) Lesson PlanEstimating (Grades 1-3) Teachers Guide

Estimating (Grades 1-3)

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In our Estimating lesson plan for grades 1-3, students learn strategies for estimating for addition and subtraction problems. Students learn that the first step is rounding a number and use this strategy to complete practice problems.

Estimating (Grades 4-6) Lesson PlanEstimating (Grades 4-6) Teachers Guide

Estimating (Grades 4-6)

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In our Estimating lesson plan for grades 4-6, students learn strategies for estimating for multiplication and division problems. Students also learn how to use these strategies to determine distance and other measurements.

Estimating Lengths Lesson PlanEstimating Lengths Teachers Guide

Estimating Lengths

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Our Estimating Lengths lesson plan teaches students how to measure length and how to compare lengths. Students practice putting objects in order by length.

Evaluate Expressions Lesson PlanEvaluate Expressions Teachers Guide

Evaluate Expressions

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Our Evaluate Expressions lesson plan teaches students how to solve mathematical equations when a variable can be substituted with an actual value. Students complete practice problems to solidify their understanding.

Evaluate Variable Expressions with Rational Numbers

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With our Evaluate Variable Expressions with Rational Numbers lesson plan, students learn how to evaluate variable expressions that contain rational numbers. Students solve practice problems and write their own problems as a part of this lesson.

Evaluating Opinions and Arguments Lesson PlanEvaluating Opinions and Arguments Teachers Guide

Evaluating Opinions and Arguments

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In our Evaluating Opinions and Arguments lesson plan, students learn strategies for evaluating the validity and effectiveness of opinions and arguments. Students practice distinguishing between facts, opinions, and arguments.

Event Relationships

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With our Event Relationships lesson plan, students learn how to identify and understand a series of events or steps and cause/effect relationships.

Evidence and Reasoning Lesson PlanEvidence and Reasoning Teachers Guide

Evidence and Reasoning

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In our Evidence and Reasoning lesson plan, students learn strategies for using evidence and reasoning to support a claim. Students practice identifying the evidence and reasoning in a text that is supporting a claim and writing their own.

Examples and Anecdotes Lesson PlanExamples and Anecdotes Teachers Guide

Examples and Anecdotes

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Our Examples and Anecdotes lesson plan teaches students the differences between examples and anecdotes and how to identify and use them in text. Students also learn some of the potential problems of using anecdotes as evidence.

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Clarendon Learning includes extensive, comprehensive, quality Reading, Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies lesson plans. The plans and content have been written by experienced educators and curriculum experts. They have been researched and reviewed for accuracy and efficiency and one of their best features—they can be used almost immediately with little preparation, allowing the busy educator more time to focus on the content of the lesson. A wide variety of topics are available in every subject area with specialized lesson plans for students in primary school, middle and upper Read more