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Direct Address Commas


With our Direct Address Commas lesson plan, students learn about using commas for direct address, when using yes/no, and more.

Direct and Indirect Objects Lesson PlanDirect and Indirect Objects Teachers Guide

Direct and Indirect Objects


Our Direct and Indirect Objects lesson plan, available as a free downloadable PDF, teaches students how to identify the direct and indirect objects of sentences and how to include direct and indirect objects in their writing.

Direct Speech Punctuation


With our Direct Speech Punctuation lesson plan, students learn how to properly use commas and quotation marks when including quotations and direct speech in their writing.

Discussion Preparation


With our Discussion Preparation lesson plan, students learn how to properly and effective prepare for a debate or discussion.

Drawing and Writing Lesson PlanDrawing and Writing Teachers Guide

Drawing and Writing


Our Drawing and Writing lesson plan teaches students how to use drawing to help increase writing skills and vice versa. Students practice choosing appropriate visual aids to accompany their writing.

Drawing Conclusions from Discussions


With our Drawing Conclusions from Discussions lesson plan, students learn how to draw effective and accurate conclusions from both their own discussions and the discussions of others.

Editing and Proofreading Lesson PlanEditing and Proofreading Teachers Guide

Editing and Proofreading


Our Editing and Proofreading lesson plan teaches students what editing and proofreading are, the difference between them, and how to proofread and edit their own written work. Students practice proofreading and editing as a part of this lesson.

Effective Conversations Lesson PlanEffective Conversations Teachers Guide

Effective Conversations


Our Effective Conversations lesson plan teaches students strategies for having effective conversations with other people. Students practice using these strategies to have effective conversations with their classrooms about various topics.

Effective Listening Lesson PlanEffective Listening Teachers Guide

Effective Listening


Our Effective Listening lesson plan teaches students how to use active listening, how to use listening skills to summarize and interpret information, and how to determine if a speaker’s argument or claim is supported by facts.

Effective Sentences for Meaning/Interest Lesson PlanEffective Sentences for Meaning/Interest Teachers Guide

Effective Sentences for Meaning/Interest


Our Effective Sentences for Meaning/Interest lesson plan teaches students how to make their sentences more effective. Students practice expanding, combining, and reducing sentences for meaning, reader/listener interest, and style.

End Punctuation for Sentences


With our End Punctuation for Sentences lesson plan, students learn about periods, question marks, and exclamation points. Students practice using the correct punctuation mark at the end of sentences.

Expanding Sentences Lesson PlanExpanding Sentences Teachers Guide

Expanding Sentences


Our free downloadable PDF Expanding Sentences lesson plan teaches students how to add more vivid imagery to their writing by incorporating adjectives and adverbs to lengthen and liven their sentences. This lesson focuses on developing the ability to write sentences that can be easily visualized by the reader.

Explain Common Idioms, Adages, Proverbs


With our Explain Common Idioms, Adages, Proverbs lesson plan, students learn about idioms, adages, and proverbs, including how they’re used and why. Students also learn some common idioms, adages, and proverbs during this lesson.

Explaining Your Ideas


With our Explaining Your Ideas lesson plan, students learn how to more effectively explain their ideas during a discussion.