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Opinion Writing (Grades 4-6) Lesson PlanOpinion Writing (Grades 4-6) Teachers Guide

Opinion Writing (Grades 4-6)


Our Opinion Writing lesson plan for grades 4-6 teaches students how to successfully write a five-paragraph opinion paper based on the steps presented in this lesson. Students write an opinion paper from start to finish as a part of this lesson.

Paraphrasing Lesson PlanParaphrasing Teachers Guide



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.

Personification Lesson PlanPersonification Teachers Guide



In our Personification lesson plan, students learn about personification, including what it is, how and why it is used in literature, and how to identify it in literature or other texts. Students practice writing their own story, poem, or other text including personification.

Persuasive Writing Lesson PlanPersuasive Writing Teachers Guide

Persuasive Writing


In our Persuasive Writing lesson plan, students learn how to write a better persuasive argument. Students practice identifying key components of persuasive writing and also write their own persuasive essay.

Poems, Drama, Prose Terms Lesson PlanPoems, Drama, Prose Terms Teachers Guide

Poems, Drama, Prose Terms


Our Poems, Drama, Prose Terms lesson plan teaches students the major terms relating to poems, drama, and prose. Students practice matching these terms to their definitions and describing why each term is an important part of the overall text.

Precise Word Choice (Grades 1-3) Lesson PlanPrecise Word Choice (Grades 1-3) Teachers Guide

Precise Word Choice (Grades 1-3)


Our Precise Word Choice lesson plan for grades 1-3 teaches students about the importance of choosing specific words in their writing. Students practice choosing the best, most precise word for various situations and also learn the definition of word choice.

Precise Word Choice (Grades 4-6) Lesson PlanPrecise Word Choice (Grades 4-6) Teachers Guide

Precise Word Choice (Grades 4-6)


Our Precise Word Choice lesson plan for grades 4-6 helps students choose more precise words in their writing. Students learn why precise word choice is important and how they can identify and replace nonspecific words.

Prefixes Lesson PlanPrefixes Teachers Guide



Our Prefixes lesson plan introduces students to prefixes and how they can change words. Students learn the meanings of various prefixes and come up with examples of words that have them, improving their reading comprehension skills.

Prepositional Phrases Lesson PlanPrepositional Phrases Teachers Guide

Prepositional Phrases


Our Prepositional Phrases Lesson Plan teaches students about prepositional phrases, when and how they should be used, and how to use them to improve their writing. Students practice writing stories using prepositional phrases and explain the difference between adverb and adjective prepositional phrases.

Prepositions (Grades 1-3) Lesson PlanPrepositions (Grades 1-3) Teachers Guide

Prepositions (Grades 1-3)


In our Prepositions lesson plan for grades 1-3, students are introduced to prepositions, including what they are and how to use them in writing. Students practice identifying prepositions in sentences and write their own sentences using prepositions.

Presenting Information Lesson PlanPresenting Information Teachers Guide

Presenting Information


Our Presenting Information lesson plan, available as a free downloadable PDF, helps develop presentation and communication skills in young students.

Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement Lesson PlanPronoun-Antecedent Agreement Teachers Guide

Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement


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



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.

Public Speaking Lesson PlanPublic Speaking Teachers Guide

Public Speaking


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


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.

Reading Dialogue Aloud Lesson PlanReading Dialogue Aloud Teachers Guide

Reading Dialogue Aloud


In our Reading Dialogue Aloud lesson plan, students learn strategies for reading dialogues out loud. Students practice developing various speaking voices to differentiate between characters speaking when reading aloud.

Reading Orally Lesson PlanReading Orally Teachers Guide

Reading Orally


In our Reading Orally lesson plan, students learn strategies for reading out loud in front of other people. Students learn the importance of tone, pacing, and accuracy, and practice reading orally.

Real-Life Word Connections Lesson PlanReal-Life Word Connections Teachers Guide

Real-Life Word Connections


Our Real-Life Word Connections lesson plan teaches students about how the words they use connect to real people, places, and things. Students learn about shades of meaning, homophones, multiple-meaning words, actions and dialogue, and emotions and traits and why word choice is so important.