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Ounces, Pounds, and Tons Lesson PlanOunces, Pounds, and Tons Teachers Guide

Ounces, Pounds, and Tons

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Our Ounces, Pounds, and Tons lesson plan teaches students how to measure mass/weight in pounds, ounces, and tons. Students learn to convert from one unit to another and practice weighing different classroom objects.

Our Word Problems – Division of Fractions

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With our Word Problems – Division of Fractions lesson plan, students learn how to solve the word problems that include the division of fractions. Students practice solving practice problems as well as creating their own.

Paraphrasing Lesson PlanParaphrasing Teachers Guide

Paraphrasing

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In our Paraphrasing lesson plan, students learn what paraphrasing is, when it is used, and strategies for paraphrasing effectively. Students also learn how to distinguish paraphrasing from summarizing and plagiarism.

Partition Shapes

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With our Partition Shapes lesson plan, students learn how to split various shapes into different numbers of equal parts.

Partitioning Circles/Rectangles

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With our Partitioning Circles/Rectangles lesson plan, students learn how to partition circles and rectangles. Students practice identifying shapes that are equally partitioned into halves or quarters and practice partitioning their own circles and rectangles.

Parts of Speech Functions

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With our Parts of Speech Functions lesson plan, students learn about different parts of speech, how they are used, and how to identify them.

Patterns Lesson PlanPatterns Teachers Guide

Patterns

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Our free downloadable PDF Patterns lesson plan introduces the concept of patterns with experiential practice for young students. In this lesson, students will identify patterns with shapes and figures, in numbers, as well as with colors. Students are asked to independently create their own patterns using numbers, shapes, and colors, utilizi

Patterns of Events Lesson PlanPatterns of Events Teachers Guide

Patterns of Events

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In our Patterns of Events lesson plan, students learn about common patterns of events in literature and how to distinguish between the different patterns to help determine genre. Students practice writing using these patterns.

Pearl Harbor Attack Lesson PlanPearl Harbor Attack Teachers Guide

Pearl Harbor Attack

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Our Pearl Harbor Attack lesson plan teaches students about the attack, including the historical context, the events of the attack, and the aftermath. Students also learn about the lasting legacy of the attack.

Percent Increase/Decrease Lesson PlanPercent Increase/Decrease Teachers Guide

Percent Increase/Decrease

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In our Percent Increase/Decrease lesson plan, students learn how to calculate a percent increase or percent decrease of a number. Students complete practice problems using the lesson material to solidify their understanding.

Percent Increase/Decrease

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With our Percent Increase/Decrease lesson plan, students learn how to calculate the percent increase or decrease of a number. Students practice solving both regular and word problems where they find the percent increase or decrease as a part of this lesson.

Percentages Lesson PlanPercentages Teachers Guide

Percentages

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In our Percentages lesson plan, students learn about percentages and how to change a percentage to a fraction or a decimal. Students complete practice problems using the information gained during this lesson.

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

Percentages – Finding the Percent

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

Percentages – Finding the Part

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With our Percentages – Finding the Part lesson plan, students learn how to find the missing part in a percentage problem. Students practice both solving and writing problems during this lesson.

Percentages – Finding the Percent

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With our Percentages – Finding the Percent lesson plan, students learn how to find the percent in a percentage problem using the proportion method. Students practice solving problems and creating their own problems as a part of 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