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Price List with +/- Lesson PlanPrice List with +/- Teachers Guide

Price List with +/-

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Our Price List with +/- lesson plan introduces students to spending and managing money. Students participate in an activity in which they determine if they have enough money to buy specific items.

Price List with +/–

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With our Price List with +/– lesson plan, students learn about how to create and understand price lists. Students practice budgeting using their addition and subtraction skills.

Prime/Composite Numbers Lesson PlanPrime/Composite Numbers Teachers Guide

Prime/Composite Numbers

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Our Prime/Composite Numbers lesson teaches students how to distinguish between prime and composite numbers, and discusses why knowing and identifying them can help them with mathematical operations.

Probability Lesson PlanProbability Teachers Guide

Probability

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Our Probability lesson plan introduces students to the concepts of probability, including the definition of probability and how to use fractions to determine event probability. Students practice defining the term probability and using fractions to determine the probability of an event.

Problem and Solution Nonfiction Text Structure Lesson PlanProblem and Solution Nonfiction Text Structure Teachers Guide

Problem and Solution Nonfiction Text Structure

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Our Problem and Solution Nonfiction Text Structure lesson plan teaches students what the problem and solution nonfiction text structure is. Students discuss why this structure is important and when it should be used. They also practice identifying the problem and solution in a given text.

Prohibition Lesson PlanProhibition Teachers Guide

Prohibition

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Our Prohibition lesson plan teaches students about prohibition along with the 18th and 21st amendments which banned and then permitted alcohol in the United States. Students learn about the causes and effects of prohibition, the reasons the ban was eventually lifted, and its lasting legacy.

Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement Lesson PlanPronoun-Antecedent Agreement Teachers Guide

Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement

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In our Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement lesson plan, students learn the basics of pronoun-antecedent agreement. Students practice identifying the correct pronoun based on the seven rules of agreement they learn during this lesson.

Pronouns Lesson PlanPronouns Teachers Guide

Pronouns

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Our Pronouns lesson plan teaches students how to identify common pronouns. Students practice using these pronouns in their own writing and also learn how to identify correct and incorrect pronouns in other people’s writing.

Properties of Figures Lesson PlanProperties of Figures Teachers Guide

Properties of Figures

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In our Properties of Figures lesson plan, students are taught a variety of ways in which shapes and figures can be classified. Students practice classifying two-dimensional figures according to given criteria and are answer questions about various properties discussed during the lesson.

Properties: Strategies to Add and Subtract Lesson PlanProperties: Strategies to Add and Subtract Teachers Guide

Properties: Strategies to Add and Subtract

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Our Properties: Strategies to Add and Subtract lesson plan teaches students about the commutative and associative properties as they relate to addition and subtraction of whole numbers. Students practice solving problems using these concepts in order to solidify their understanding of the concepts presented in this lesson.

Prose, Poems, and Drama Lesson PlanProse, Poems, and Drama Teachers Guide

Prose, Poems, and Drama

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Our Prose, Poems, and Drama lesson plan teaches students about three types of fiction writing: prose, poems, and drama. Students practice identify text as either prose, poetry, or drama, and also practice writing in each of these types.

Protagonist Lesson PlanProtagonist Teachers Guide

Protagonist

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Our Protagonist lesson plan teaches students about protagonists in literature and other media. Students learn about the characteristics of a protagonist, identify examples of protagonists, and write their own short story that contains a protagonist.

Public Speaking Lesson PlanPublic Speaking Teachers Guide

Public Speaking

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Our Public Speaking lesson plan introduces students to the important skill of public speaking and gives them tools to become better public speakers. Students create a presentation, including visual elements, and present it to the class to practice their public speaking skills.

Punctuation for Effect Lesson PlanPunctuation for Effect Teachers Guide

Punctuation for Effect

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Our Punctuation for Effect lesson plan introduces students to the effect punctuation has on the meaning of a sentence. Students practice using different forms of punctuation more effectively in their own writing.

Pushing and Pulling Lesson PlanPushing and Pulling Teachers Guide

Pushing and Pulling

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In our Pushing and Pulling lesson plan, students are introduced to the physics behind pushing and pulling. Students practice determining whether an object is being pushed or pulled and come up with their own examples of objects that are pushed and pulled.

Put Numbers in Order

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In our Put Numbers in Order lesson plan, students learn how to put numbers in order from greatest to least and least to greatest. Students also practice using symbols to compare numbers.

Pyramids Lesson PlanPyramids Teachers Guide

Pyramids

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Our Pyramids lesson plan teaches students about ancient pyramids, including when and where they were built, for what purpose, and how they were built. Students participate in a creative activity in which they design their own pyramids based on the information in this lesson.

Pythagorean Theory Lesson PlanPythagorean Theory Teachers Guide

Pythagorean Theory

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In our Pythagorean Theory lesson plan, students learn all about the Pythagorean theory, which is used to find the length of a side of a right triangle. Students practice solving problems using this theorem in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

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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