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Conveying Ideas


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


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


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


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


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


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


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.

Descriptive Writing (Grades 4-6) Lesson PlanDescriptive Writing (Grades 4-6) Teachers Guide

Descriptive Writing (Grades 4-6)


Our Descriptive Writing lesson plan for grades 4-6 teaches students to develop the skills needed for descriptive writing. Students practice using the strategies taught in this lesson to enhance their writing.

Developing an Informative Topic


With our Developing an Informative Topic lesson plan, students learn how to develop and write an informative topic, complete with facts, definitions, and details.

Digital Tools for Writing


With our Digital Tools for Writing lesson plan, students learn about various digital tools that can be used for writing and their features.

Digital Tools Variety


With our Digital Tools Variety lesson plan, students learn all about various digital tools and how they are used to produce and publish writing.