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The Economy Lesson PlanThe Economy Teachers Guide

The Economy

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Our free downloadable PDF The Economy lesson plan introduces the concept of economics and enables them to understand related concepts and vocabulary. During this lesson, students are asked to identify which of a list of given statements corresponds to four types of economy: Traditional, Market, Command, or Mixed. Students are also asked to

The First Railroads Lesson PlanThe First Railroads Teachers Guide

The First Railroads

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In our The First Railroads lesson plan, students learn about early railroads in the U.S. and about the Transcontinental Railroad. Students learn about the challenges that these early railroads faced, some characteristics of early railroads and how they differ from our modern railroads.

The Gold Rush Lesson PlanThe Gold Rush Teachers Guide

The Gold Rush

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Our free downloadable PDF The Gold Rush lesson plan introduces students to the Gold Rush, which was part of the westward movement in the United States. Many students may have heard of the term “gold rush” but most likely do not know of its origins. During this lesson, students are asked to work creatively with a partner to write two separat

The Great Lakes Lesson PlanThe Great Lakes Teachers Guide

The Great Lakes

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Our The Great Lakes Lesson Plan teaches students about the Great Lakes, including their names, where they’re located, and some facts about each. Students practice labeling them on a map and identifying the states that they border.

The Human Ear Lesson PlanThe Human Ear Teachers Guide

The Human Ear

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In our The Human Ear lesson plan, students learn about the parts of the human ear and how it’s connected to the rest of the body. Students learn the functions of each part of the ear and label a diagram of a human ear.

The Human Eye Lesson PlanThe Human Eye Teachers Guide

The Human Eye

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In our The Human Eye lesson plan, students learn about the parts of the human eye and how it’s connected to the rest of the body. Students learn the functions of each part of the eye and label a diagram of a human eye.

The Human Skeleton Lesson PlanThe Human Skeleton Teachers Guide

The Human Skeleton

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In our The Human Skeleton lesson plan, students learn about the human skeleton, including how it’s connected, its different parts, and the names of some key bones. Students practice labeling a diagram of a skeleton.

The Ice Ages Lesson PlanThe Ice Ages Teachers Guide

The Ice Ages

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Our The Ice Ages lesson plan teaches students about the Ice Ages, including what they were, when they happened, and why they’re still important to learn about. Students learn about their potential causes and about the specific features and defining characteristics of different ice ages.

The Industrial Revolution Lesson PlanThe Industrial Revolution Teachers Guide

The Industrial Revolution

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Our The Industrial Revolution lesson plan teaches students about the Industrial Revolution, including what it was, when it happened, and its lasting impact on the world. Students also learn related vocabulary and about specific innovations that happened during this period.

The Middle Ages Lesson PlanThe Middle Ages Teachers Guide

The Middle Ages

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Our free downloadable PDF The Middle Ages lesson plan introduces students to the Middle Ages, which they likely know little about. During this lesson, students are asked to use their creativity to design their own coat of arms based on themselves and their family history, encouraging them to consider the symbolism and meaning behind each de

The Moon Lesson PlanThe Moon Teachers Guide

The Moon

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Our The Moon lesson plan teaches students about Earth’s moon. Students learn about the moon’s phases and also learn vocabulary relevant to the lesson.

The Narrator Lesson PlanThe Narrator Teachers Guide

The Narrator

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Our The Narrator lesson plan introduces students to the concept of a narrator and teaches students to identify the narrator in a given text. Students also work on identifying the purpose of the narrator in different texts.

The Nitrogen Cycle Lesson PlanThe Nitrogen Cycle Teachers Guide

The Nitrogen Cycle

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Our The Nitrogen Cycle lesson plan teaches students about the nitrogen cycle and the steps involved in the nitrogen cycle. Students create a diagram that includes these steps in order to help solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

The Pilgrims Lesson PlanThe Pilgrims Teachers Guide

The Pilgrims

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In our Pilgrims lesson plan, students learn about the Pilgrims who came to the United States, including their daily lives and where they lived. Students also learn related vocabulary.

The President Lesson PlanThe President Teachers Guide

The President

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Our The President lesson plan teaches students about the office of the Presidency and the roles of the President of the United States. Students also learn about some past Presidents and their accomplishments while they were in office.

The Printing Press Lesson PlanThe Printing Press Teachers Guide

The Printing Press

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In our The Printing Press lesson plan, students learn about the invention of the printing press and its inventor, Johann Gutenberg. Students also learn about Gutenberg’s life and the lasting impact that the printing press has had on the world.

The Respiratory System Lesson PlanThe Respiratory System Teachers Guide

The Respiratory System

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In our Respiratory System lesson plan, students learn all about the human respiratory system, including its parts and how it is connected to the rest of the body. Students practice labeling a diagram of the respiratory system and are asked to trace the movement of air through the system.

The Revolutionary War Lesson PlanThe Revolutionary War Teachers Guide

The Revolutionary War

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Our The Revolutionary War lesson plan teaches students about the Revolutionary War, including its causes and key figures. Students learn about the enduring legacy of the Revolutionary War and how it changed warfare. They also learn related vocabulary.

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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