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Government Types Lesson PlanGovernment Types Teachers Guide

Government Types

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Our Government Types lesson plan teaches students the differences between different types of governments. Students compare and contrast the different types covered in this lesson and learn related vocabulary.

Great Depression Lesson PlanGreat Depression Teachers Guide

Great Depression

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Our Great Depression lesson plan teaches students about the Great Depression in the United States, which lasted from  1929 to 1939. Students learn about its causes and effects, its lasting impact on policy in the United States, and key vocabulary terms.

Great Wall of China Lesson PlanGreat Wall of China Teachers Guide

Great Wall of China

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Our Great Wall of China lesson plan teaches students about the Great Wall of China, including facts about it, its place in world history, and its origins. Students learn about its importance to China and the world as the whole.

Greek Mythology Lesson PlanGreek Mythology Teachers Guide

Greek Mythology

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Our Greek Mythology lesson plan teaches students about Greek mythology as a whole as well as particular myths and tropes. Students practice identifying some Greek myths and use popular tropes to create their own modern myth.

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.

Habitats Lesson PlanHabitats Teachers Guide

Habitats

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In our Habitats lesson plan, students are introduced to different habitats that animals live in and their characteristics. Students practice matching animals to the habitat they live in.

Harriet Tubman Lesson PlanHarriet Tubman Teachers Guide

Harriet Tubman

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Our Harriet Tubman lesson plan teaches students about Harriet Tubman and her accomplishments, including information about the Underground Railroad. Students also learn about her early life and her lasting impact on history.

Helen Keller Lesson PlanHelen Keller Teachers Guide

Helen Keller

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Our Helen Keller lesson plan teaches students about the life and accomplishments of Helen Keller. Students learn about Keller’s early life and her lasting impact on the world.

Herbivores, Carnivores, Omnivores Lesson PlanHerbivores, Carnivores, Omnivores Teachers Guide

Herbivores, Carnivores, Omnivores

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In our Herbivores, Carnivores, Omnivores lesson plan, students learn the differences between herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores, and what each eats. Students practice identifying animals with each of these diets.

Heredity Lesson PlanHeredity Teachers Guide

Heredity

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Our Heredity lesson plan teaches students about what heredity is and how traits are passed from one generation to the next. Students complete Punnet Squares and learn related vocabulary.

Hibernation and Migration Lesson PlanHibernation and Migration Teachers Guide

Hibernation and Migration

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In our Hibernation and Migration lesson plan, students learn about how and why animals hibernate or migrate. Students also learn about some specific animals that either hibernate or migrate and how to identify them.

Histograms Lesson PlanHistograms Teachers Guide

Histograms

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Our Histograms lesson plan teaches students what a histogram is and how they are used to visually represent statistical data. Students also practice creating their own histograms.

History of Transportation Lesson PlanHistory of Transportation Teachers Guide

History of Transportation

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In our History of Transportation lesson plan, students learn how to define transportation and how it has evolved over the years. Students learn about several modes of transportation and discuss how they’ve evolved and what the future of transportation might be.

Homes of the World Lesson PlanHomes of the World Teachers Guide

Homes of the World

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Students learn the characteristics of different types of homes and practice identifying them. Students also learn relevant lesson vocabulary as a part of this lesson.

How a Bill Becomes a Law Lesson PlanHow a Bill Becomes a Law Teachers Guide

How a Bill Becomes a Law

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In our How a Bill Becomes a Law lesson plan, students learn the process by which a bill becomes a law in the United States, also learning the difference between a bill and a law. Students put the steps for a bill becoming a law in the correct order in order to demonstrate their understanding of the lesson material.

How Do Plants Grow? Lesson PlanHow Do Plants Grow? Teachers Guide

How Do Plants Grow?

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Our How Do Plants Grow? lesson plan teaches students what plants need to survive and how they grow. Students also learn related vocabulary and grow their own seeds using the information gained in this lesson.

Human Heart Lesson PlanHuman Heart Teachers Guide

Human Heart

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In our Human Heart lesson plan, students learn about the human heart, including why it’s vitally important to human life and why it’s so important to our circulatory system. Students practice labeling a diagram of a heart and how it’s connected to the rest of the body.

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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