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Magnets Lesson PlanMagnets Teachers Guide

Magnets

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In our Magnets lesson plan, students learn about magnets, including how they work and what they can be used for. Students also learn how to identify the poles of a magnet.

Main Idea Lesson PlanMain Idea Teachers Guide

Main Idea

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In our Main Idea lesson plan, students learn about main ideas and why they are important in literature and other texts. Students practice identifying main ideas in text and locating the supporting details.

Main Idea – Nonfiction

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With our Main Idea – Nonfiction lesson plan, students learn strategies for identifying and reiterating the main idea and supporting details of nonfiction texts. Students practice reading nonfiction texts using the methods described in the lesson and writing down the main idea.

Main Idea (Grades 1-2) Lesson PlanMain Idea (Grades 1-2) Teachers Guide

Main Idea (Grades 1-2)

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In our Main Ideas lesson plan for grades 1-2, students learn what a main idea is, how to identify them, and why they are important in a text. Students practice identifying the main idea and supporting ideas in a text.

Main Idea (Grades 3-4) Lesson PlanMain Idea (Grades 3-4) Teachers Guide

Main Idea (Grades 3-4)

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In our Main Idea lesson plan for grades 3-4, students learn how to determine the main idea of a text and how to identify supporting details. Students are asked to differentiate between main ideas and supporting details.

Main Idea with Details Lesson PlanMain Idea with Details Teachers Guide

Main Idea with Details

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Our Main Idea with Details lesson plan teaches students to identify the main idea of a text and supporting detail. Students practice explaining how the supporting details support the main idea.

Maintaining Style and Tone Lesson PlanMaintaining Style and Tone Teachers Guide

Maintaining Style and Tone

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In our Maintaining Style and Tone lesson plan, students learn about the importance of style and tone in writing and how they can alter the tone and style of their own writing. Students practice maintaining a constant tone and style throughout a piece of writing in order to demonstrate their ability to use the lesson material.

Make a Number with Addition Lesson PlanMake a Number with Addition Teachers Guide

Make a Number with Addition

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Our Make a Number with Addition lesson plan teaches students how to add different numbers together to create the same number. Students practice creating multiple addition sentences for a single number in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

Make a Number with Addition

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With our Make a Number with Addition lesson plan, students learn that they can make the same number many different ways using addition. Students practice using the addition of different numbers to make the same number (for example, you can make 4 by adding 3 and 1 or 2 and 2).

Making Inferences Lesson PlanMaking Inferences Teachers Guide

Making Inferences

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Our free downloadable PDF Making Inferences lesson plan introduces students to how to make inferences from context clues and other textual evidence, along with what you already know, and why that is an important skill for them to have. During this lesson, students are asked to read given passages and use their new inferencing steps to answe

Map Reading Skills Lesson PlanMap Reading Skills Teachers Guide

Map Reading Skills

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Our Map Reading Skills lesson plan teaches students about different kinds of maps and how to read them. Students participate in an activity in which they create a map of the United States with a specific purpose in order to demonstrate that they recognize the key elements needed for maps.

Marco Polo Lesson PlanMarco Polo Teachers Guide

Marco Polo

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In our Marco Polo lesson plan, students learn about the explorer Marco Polo, including his early life, his accomplishments, and his lasting legacy. Students also learn about the Silk Road and its historical uses.

Martin Luther King Jr. Lesson PlanMartin Luther King Jr. Teachers Guide

Martin Luther King Jr.

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Our Martin Luther King Jr. lesson plan, students learn about the Civil Rights leader Marthin Luther King Jr., including his early life, his accomplishments, and his lasting legacy. Students complete an activity in which they put significant events in his life in order.

Match Quotations with Themes

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Using our Match Quotations with Themes lesson plan, students learn how to effectively identify the themes of a text and find quotations to support that theme.

Math Expressions Lesson PlanMath Expressions Teachers Guide

Math Expressions

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In our Math Expressions lesson plan, students learn about the parts of an algebraic expression, giving them a foundation for when they begin solving these expressions. Students practice labeling the different parts of mathematical expressions during this lesson.

Math Properties Lesson PlanMath Properties Teachers Guide

Math Properties

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Our free downloadable PDF Math Properties Lesson Plan explores several different math properties. During this lesson, students are asked to create example problems for each property, solve them, and then have a classmate check their work, utilizing their collaboration skills. Students are also asked to complete practice problems on their ow

Maya Civilization Lesson PlanMaya Civilization Teachers Guide

Maya Civilization

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Our free downloadable PDF Maya Civilization lesson plan introduces students to the Mayan Civilization and the events during its time-period in history. Many students may know very little about the Mayans, though it was one of the most advanced civilizations in history along with the Aztecs and Inca. There is an incredible amount of informat

Mayflower Compact Lesson PlanMayflower Compact Teachers Guide

Mayflower Compact

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In our Mayflower Compact lesson plan, students learn about the Mayflower Compact, including what it was and why it was significant. Students also learn about the Pilgrims and their trip on the Mayflower to provide context for this lesson.

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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