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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.

Finding the Whole, Part & Percent Lesson PlanFinding the Whole, Part & Percent Teachers Guide

Finding the Whole, Part & Percent

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In our Finding the Whole, Part & Percent lesson plan, students learn how to convert percentages to fractions. Students then use that information to learn how to find the missing whole, part, or percent in an equation.

Fish Lesson PlanFish Teachers Guide

Fish

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Our Fish lesson plan teaches students about fish, including their defining characteristics and some of the different types. Students also compare fish to other types of organisms, learn how to differentiate between different types of fish, and learn related vocabulary.

Five Senses Lesson PlanFive Senses Teachers Guide

Five Senses

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In our Five Senses lesson plan, students learn about each of the five senses and what they do. Students come up with their own examples of something they experience with each sense in order to connect the lesson to the real world.

Flowers and Fertilization Lesson PlanFlowers and Fertilization Teachers Guide

Flowers and Fertilization

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In our Flowers and Fertilization lesson plan, students learn about flowers and how fertilizations, or pollination, works. Students also learn to identify pollinators and label the parts of a flower.

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.

Food Chain Lesson PlanFood Chain Teachers Guide

Food Chain

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Our free dowloadable PDF Food Chain lesson plan teaches students to follow the path of a food chain and define the terms related to a food chain. This lesson builds vocabulary, including what it means to be a primary or secondary consumer, as well as defines the terms carnivore, herbivore and omnivore, as it explores the concept of the foo

Food Groups Lesson PlanFood Groups Teachers Guide

Food Groups

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Our free downloadable PDF Food Groups lesson plan introduces the students to the five food groups using the USDA My Plate recommendations. During this lesson, students are asked to review a provided grocery store flyer, cut apart at least 5 images for each food group, glue each of the images inside the correct food group box, and answer the

Food Labels Lesson PlanFood Labels Teachers Guide

Food Labels

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Our Food Labels lesson plan teaches students what food labels, how to read them, and what information they give consumers. Students practice reading food labels for specific information and label example food labels.

Force and Motion Lesson PlanForce and Motion Teachers Guide

Force and Motion

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In our Force and Motion lesson plan, students learn about the physics concepts of force and motion, including Newton’s Laws of Motion. Students also learn related vocabulary.

Forest Types and More Lesson PlanForest Types and More Teachers Guide

Forest Types and More

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Our Forest Types and More lesson plan teaches students about different types of forests and their characteristics. Students practice identifying different forests based on these characteristics.

Forests Lesson PlanForests Teachers Guide

Forests

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Our free downloadable PDF Forests lesson plan introduces students to the basic information about forests (and woodlands), including the different types of forests, the structure of, and some of the animals living in forests. In addition, the students learn about the importance of forests related to their preservation. During this lesson, st

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.

Fossil Fuels Lesson PlanFossil Fuels Teachers Guide

Fossil Fuels

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In our Fossil Fuels lesson plan, students learn about various types of fossil fuels, like oil, gas, and coal-fossil fuels. Students learn how these fossil fuels are formed, where they are found, and how they are processed, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of using them.

Fossils Lesson PlanFossils Teachers Guide

Fossils

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Our Fossils lesson plan teaches students about fossils, including how to define them, how to compare and contrast types of fossils, and about fossil formation. Students also learn important lesson vocabulary.

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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