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Compare/Contrast Story Versions

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With our Compare/Contrast Story Versions lesson plan, students learn strategies for comparing and contrasting two versions of the same story. Students practice comparing and contrasting versions of stories and writing their own.

Comparing and Contrasting (Grades 4-6) Lesson PlanComparing and Contrasting (Grades 4-6) Teachers Guide

Comparing and Contrasting (Grades 4-6)

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Our Comparing and Contrasting lesson plan for grades 4-6 teaches students how to compare and contrast various literary elements, such as story, characters, plot, point of view, and more. Students practice working with a partner to compare and contrast various aspects of example texts.

Comparing Genres Lesson PlanComparing Genres Teachers Guide

Comparing Genres

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In our Comparing Genres lesson plan, students learn about the characteristics of various literary genres and how to compare and contrast them. Students also practice writing short stories in various genres in order to solidify their understanding of the genres they’re learning about.

Comparing Literature Lesson PlanComparing Literature Teachers Guide

Comparing Literature

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Our Comparing Literature lesson plan teaches students how to analyze texts in order to compare and contrast them. Students also learn how to use a Venn diagram to compare and contrast literature and organize information for a presentation.

Comparing Similar Stories Lesson PlanComparing Similar Stories Teachers Guide

Comparing Similar Stories

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In our Comparing Similar Stories lesson plan, students learn strategies for comparing stories that are similar but not the same. Students practice using the steps taught in this lesson to compare sample stories and find both their similarities and differences.

Comparing Written vs Video Lesson PlanComparing Written vs Video Teachers Guide

Comparing Written vs Video

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In our Comparing Written vs. Video lesson plan, students learn strategies for comparing and contrasting books and their film adaptations. Students are given several examples in order to practice this skill.

Concept Mapping Lesson PlanConcept Mapping Teachers Guide

Concept Mapping

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Our Concept Mapping lesson plan teaches students about what concept mapping is and how it can be helpful. Students practice making their own context maps to explore the relationships between characters in literature and identify other uses for concept mapping.

Connecting Individuals, Events, Ideas Lesson PlanConnecting Individuals, Events, Ideas Teachers Guide

Connecting Individuals, Events, Ideas

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Our Connecting Individuals, Events, Ideas lesson plan teaches students about how people, places, things, events, and more are connected to each other. Students practice describing the connection between two or more things in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson.

Consonant Digraphs Lesson PlanConsonant Digraphs Teachers Guide

Consonant Digraphs

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In our Consonant Digraphs lesson plan, students learn about what consonant digraphs – consonant pairs that represent a single sound – are and how they are used in words. Students learn some common consonant digraphs and learn the spelling-sound correspondences for these common examples.

Context Lesson PlanContext Teachers Guide

Context

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Our Context lesson plan teaches students how to use context clues to define unknown words. Students practice finding words that they don’t know in magazines or books and using the context clues to define them.

Context and Word Recognition Lesson PlanContext and Word Recognition Teachers Guide

Context and Word Recognition

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Our Context and Word Recognition lesson plan teaches students about the value of and strategies for using context clues for word recognition. Students practice using the methods taught in this lesson to correct and inform their understanding of unfamiliar words.

Context and Word Recognition

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With our Context and Word Recognition lesson plan, students learn how to use context to determine the meaning of unknown words that they read or recognize words that they know but aren’t sure of the definition of. Students practice defining words based on context and recognizing what type of context is being used.

Context and Word Recognition

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With our Context and Word Recognition lesson plan, students learn how to improve their reading comprehension using context clues and other strategies.