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Conclusions for Informative Text Lesson PlanConclusions for Informative Text Teachers Guide

Conclusions for Informative Text

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In our Conclusions for Informative Text lesson plan, students learn strategies for writing more effective conclusions for informational texts. Students practice writing conclusions based on example texts using these strategies.

Conclusions for Narrative Writing Lesson PlanConclusions for Narrative Writing Teachers Guide

Conclusions for Narrative Writing

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In our Conclusions for Narrative Writing lesson plan, students learn strategies for writing more effective conclusions for narrative texts. Students practice writing conclusions based on example texts using these strategies.

Conclusions for Opinions Lesson PlanConclusions for Opinions Teachers Guide

Conclusions for Opinions

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In our Conclusions for Opinions lesson plan, students learn strategies for writing more effective conclusions for opinion texts. Students practice writing conclusions based on example texts using these strategies.

Conducting an Interview Lesson PlanConducting an Interview Teachers Guide

Conducting an Interview

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In our Conducting an Interview lesson plan, students learn the basic skills and strategies needed to effectively conduct an interview. Students practice conducting a mock interview in their classrooms as a part of this lesson.

Conjunction Punctuation

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With our Conjunction Punctuation lesson plan, students learn the proper way to punctuate before a coordinating conjunction in a compound sentence.

Conjunctions Lesson PlanConjunctions Teachers Guide

Conjunctions

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Our Conjunctions lesson plan teaches students about several types of conjunctions, such as coordinating, correlative, and subordinating. Students practice identifying and using each of these types of conjunctions in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson.

Conjunctions (Frequently Used)

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With our Conjunctions (Frequently Used) lesson plan, students learn all about some frequently used conjunctions. Students practice using and identifying some common conjunctions, such as and, but, or, so, and because.

Conjunctions (Frequently Used)

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With our Conjunctions (Frequently Used) lesson plan, students learn about common conjunctions and how they are used, such as “and,” “but,” and “or”.

Consonant Blends (2-letter) Lesson PlanConsonant Blends (2-letter) Teachers Guide

Consonant Blends (2-letter)

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In our Consonant Blends (2-letter) lesson plan, students learn how to orally produce single-syllable words by blending sounds. In order to do this, students learn about what consonant blends are and how they are used in words.

Consonants, Beginning/Ending Lesson PlanConsonants, Beginning/Ending Teachers Guide

Consonants, Beginning/Ending

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In our Consonants, Beginning/Ending lesson plan, students learn about both beginning and ending consonants and sounds. Students practice identifying the correct consonant to go at the beginning or end of a word in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson.

Consult and Use Reference Materials

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With our Consult and Use Reference Materials lesson plan, students learn how to properly and effectively use reference materials, such as dictionaries, thesauruses, and glossaries.

Context Clues in Sentences

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With our Context Clues in Sentences lesson plan, students learn how to use context clues in sentences to determine the meaning of words and phrases.

Contextual Clues

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With our Contextual Clues lesson plan, students learn how to understand the meaning of words using context clues as well as how to include their own context clues in their writing.

Contractions Lesson PlanContractions Teachers Guide

Contractions

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Our Contractions lesson plan teaches students what contractions are, how and why they are used, and how to form them. Students practice inserting contractions into text and forming their own contractions where appropriate.

Conveying Ideas

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With our Conveying Ideas lesson plan, students learn how to choose words that convey precise ideas.