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Reflexive Pronouns Lesson PlanReflexive Pronouns Teachers Guide

Reflexive Pronouns

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Our Reflexive Pronouns lesson plan teaches students about reflexive pronouns, including what they are, how to use them, and how to identify them. Students practice using reflexive pronouns in their own writing in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

Relative Pronouns and Adverbs Lesson PlanRelative Pronouns and Adverbs Teachers Guide

Relative Pronouns and Adverbs

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Our Relative Pronouns and Adverbs lesson plan teaches students all about what relative pronouns and adverbs are, how to use them, and how to identify them. Students practice using relative pronouns and adverbs in their writing as a part of this lesson.

Research Projects Lesson PlanResearch Projects Teachers Guide

Research Projects

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In our Research Projects lesson plan, students are given the tools to successfully complete a research project. Students use the steps given in the lesson to practice preparing, writing, and presenting a research project.

Research Writing (Grades 1-2) Lesson PlanResearch Writing (Grades 1-2) Teachers Guide

Research Writing (Grades 1-2)

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Our Research Writing lesson plan for grades 1-2 introduces students to the concept of research writing and the importance of being factually accurate in research writing. Students practice doing basic research and writing paragraphs based on this research with their classmates.

Research Writing (Grades 3-4) Lesson PlanResearch Writing (Grades 3-4) Teachers Guide

Research Writing (Grades 3-4)

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Our Research Writing lesson plan for grades 3-4 teaches students how to write a thoroughly researched and factually accurate five paragraph essay. Students practice researching a topic, summarizing and citing their information, and consolidating it into paragraphs.

Research Writing (Grades 4-6) Lesson PlanResearch Writing (Grades 4-6) Teachers Guide

Research Writing (Grades 4-6)

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Our Research Writing lesson plan for grades 4-6 teaches students how to write a thoroughly researched and factually accurate five paragraph essay. Students write an essay based on research they conduct in order to practice this type of writing.

Roots and Affixes Lesson PlanRoots and Affixes Teachers Guide

Roots and Affixes

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Our Roots and Affixes lesson plan teaches students about roots, affixes, root words, prefixes, and suffixes. Students practice identifying and using each in order to solidify their understanding of the lesson material.

Sentence Fragments & Run-ons Lesson PlanSentence Fragments & Run-ons Teachers Guide

Sentence Fragments & Run-ons

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Our Settings lesson plan teaches students about sentence fragments and run-ons in writing, including what they are and how you can identify them. Students practice identifying and correcting sentence fragments and run-ons in order to improve their writing skills.

Sentence Order

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In our Sentence Order lesson plan, students learn how to put words in the correct order within sentences and sentences in the correct order within paragraphs.

Sentence Types Lesson PlanSentence Types Teachers Guide

Sentence Types

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In our Sentence Types lesson plan, students learn about different types of sentences and how they are used in writing. Students practice using each of the four types of sentences discussed in this lesson: declarative, imperative, exclamatory, and interrogative.

Sentence Variety Lesson PlanSentence Variety Teachers Guide

Sentence Variety

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Our Sentence Variety lesson plan teaches students about sentence variety, including what they are and how and when they are used. Students practice defining and using sentence variety correctly in order to improve their writing and reading comprehension skills.

Settings Lesson PlanSettings Teachers Guide

Settings

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Our Settings lesson plan teaches students about settings in literature, including why they are important and how you can identify different aspects of a setting. Students practice describing settings based on photographs to solidify their understanding and improve their writing skills.

Shades of Meaning in Words Lesson PlanShades of Meaning in Words Teachers Guide

Shades of Meaning in Words

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In our Shades of Meaning in Words lesson plan, students learn about how multiple words can have very similar – but not identical – meanings. Students practice listing and ranking similar words using different criteria to demonstrate their understanding of the lesson.

Short Vowel Spelling Patterns I Lesson PlanShort Vowel Spelling Patterns I Teachers Guide

Short Vowel Spelling Patterns I

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Our Short Vowel Spelling Patterns I lesson plan teaches students about short vowel spelling patterns. Students will learn vocabulary words that use this spelling pattern and will be able to identify this spelling pattern in other words they read.

Short Vowel Spelling Patterns II Lesson PlanShort Vowel Spelling Patterns II Teachers Guide

Short Vowel Spelling Patterns II

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Our Short Vowel Spelling Patterns II lesson plan teaches students about short vowel spelling patterns. Students will learn vocabulary words that use this spelling pattern and will be able to identify this spelling pattern in other words they read.

Similes Lesson PlanSimiles Teachers Guide

Similes

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Our Similes lesson plan teaches students about similes, including what they are and how and when they are used. Students practice defining and using similes correctly in order to improve their writing and reading comprehension skills.

Similes and Metaphors Lesson PlanSimiles and Metaphors Teachers Guide

Similes and Metaphors

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Our Similes and Metaphors lesson plan teaches students about similes and metaphors, including what they are and how and when they are used. Students practice defining and using similes and metaphors correctly in order to improve their writing and reading comprehension skills.

Simple and Compound Sentences Lesson PlanSimple and Compound Sentences Teachers Guide

Simple and Compound Sentences

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Our Simple and Compound Sentences lesson plan teaches students the differences between simple and compound sentences. Students practice using both simple and compound sentences in their writing and identifying which sentences are simple and which are compound.