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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.

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.

Correcting Vague Pronouns Lesson PlanCorrecting Vague Pronouns Teachers Guide

Correcting Vague Pronouns

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Our Correcting Vague Pronouns lesson plan teaches students the proper use of pronouns with unclear and ambiguous antecedents. Students practice replacing vague pronouns with more precise ones using the information learned in this lesson.

Correlative Conjunctions

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With our Correlative Conjunctions lesson plan, students learn how to recognize and use correlative conjunctions properly in their writing.

Credibility of Sources Lesson PlanCredibility of Sources Teachers Guide

Credibility of Sources

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Our Credibility of Sources lesson plan teaches students about both primary and secondary resources, including their definitions and what they’re used for. Students also learn how to identify and use the most credible and reliable resources available for research projects, general information, or other uses.

Decoding Multisyllable Words Lesson PlanDecoding Multisyllable Words Teachers Guide

Decoding Multisyllable Words

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Our Decoding Multisyllable Words lesson plan teaches students additional strategies for reading and decoding multi-syllabic words. Students also learn to match syllables with their syllable type and learn about different syllable types.

Delineate a Speaker’s Argument

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With our Delineate a Speaker’s Argument lesson plan, students learn how to identify and delineate a speaker’s argument, including its claims and any evidence they gave to support those claims.

Denotations and Connotations Lesson PlanDenotations and Connotations Teachers Guide

Denotations and Connotations

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Our Denotations and Connotations lesson plan teaches students about the denotation and connotation of words and how those differ. Students practice identifying if words have a positive or negative connotation and differentiating between the denotation and connotation of a word.