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Percentages, Finding the Whole Lesson PlanPercentages, Finding the Whole Teachers Guide

Percentages, Finding the Whole

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Our Percentages, Finding the Whole lesson plan teaches students the proportion method for calculating the missing whole of percentage problems. Students complete practice problems to demonstrate their understanding of the lesson material.

Perimeters of Polygons

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With our perimeter of polygons lesson plan, students learn how to find the perimeter of both regular and irregular polygons. Students also practice drawing images of polygons with different perimeter measurements.

Periodic Table of Elements Lesson PlanPeriodic Table of Elements Teachers Guide

Periodic Table of Elements

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In our Periodic Table of Elements lesson plan, students learn about the periodic table of elements, including its history and development over time. Students learn how to properly read and interpret the periodic table and name some of the common elements.

Personal Point of View Lesson PlanPersonal Point of View Teachers Guide

Personal Point of View

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Our Personal Point of View lesson plan teaches students about character action, dialogue, inferences, and motivation and how those are used to find out about a character’s perception or point of view.

Personal POV v. Author’s POV

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With our Personal POV v. Author’s POV lesson plan, students learn how the differentiate between their personal point of view and the author’s point of view when reading a text.

Personality Traits Lesson PlanPersonality Traits Teachers Guide

Personality Traits

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In our Personality Traits lesson plan, students learn what personality traits are and how to recognize them in text. Students also learn about specific examples of personality traits and what they mean for a character or person’s personality as a whole.

Personification Lesson PlanPersonification Teachers Guide

Personification

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In our Personification lesson plan, students learn about personification, including what it is, how and why it is used in literature, and how to identify it in literature or other texts. Students practice writing their own story, poem, or other text including personification.

Persuasive Writing Lesson PlanPersuasive Writing Teachers Guide

Persuasive Writing

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In our Persuasive Writing lesson plan, students learn how to write a better persuasive argument. Students practice identifying key components of persuasive writing and also write their own persuasive essay.

Photosynthesis Lesson PlanPhotosynthesis Teachers Guide

Photosynthesis

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Our Photosynthesis lesson plan teaches students about photosynthesis and why plants photosynthesize. Students study a diagram illustrating photosynthesis and learn related lesson vocabulary.

Physical-Chemical Changes Lesson PlanPhysical-Chemical Changes Teachers Guide

Physical-Chemical Changes

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Our Physical-Chemical Changes lesson plan teaches students the differences between physical and chemical changes in matter. Students observe various reactions and scenarios and are asked to determine whether a physical or chemical change is occurring.

Pi Lesson PlanPi Teachers Guide

Pi

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In our Pi lesson plan, students learn all about Pi, including what it is, when it’s used, and why it is so important. Students then use Pi to find the circumference and area of a circle.

Place Value Lesson PlanPlace Value Teachers Guide

Place Value

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In our Place Value lesson plan, students learn about place values up to the millions place. Students practice identifying the correct place value and completing practice problems to demonstrate their understanding of the lesson material.

Place Value System Lesson PlanPlace Value System Teachers Guide

Place Value System

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Our Place Value System lesson plan teaches students about place value with rational numbers. Students also learn about decimals and how they can change the value of a series of numbers.

Plane Figures and Square Units

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With our Plane Figures and Square Units lesson plan, students learn how to use unit squares to cover a plane figure without gaps or overlaps to determine the area of that plane figure. As a part of this lesson, students complete practice problems and work together to solve examples.

Plant Parts Lesson PlanPlant Parts Teachers Guide

Plant Parts

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Our Plant Parts lesson plan teaches students about the various parts that make up plants. Students practice labeling diagrams of plants and learn related vocabulary.

Plantations Lesson PlanPlantations Teachers Guide

Plantations

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In our Plantations lesson plan, students learn what plantations were, how they contributed to the slave trade in the U.S., and their lasting legacy.

Plate Tectonics Lesson PlanPlate Tectonics Teachers Guide

Plate Tectonics

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Our Plate Tectonics lesson plan teaches students about plate tectonics, including what they are, the effect they have on the planet, and what their effects are today. Students also learn to identify some of the major continental plates.

Plot Lesson PlanPlot Teachers Guide

Plot

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Our Plot lesson plan teaches students what plot is, what the different parts of plot are, and how they are used in a story. Students practice writing their own stories using the information they learned about plot during 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