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Dramas and Plays Lesson PlanDramas and Plays Teachers Guide

Dramas and Plays

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Our Dramas and Plays lesson plan teaches students about the components of dramas and plays. Students learn related lesson vocabulary and practice identifying the different components of dramas and plays.

Drawing Conclusions Lesson PlanDrawing Conclusions Teachers Guide

Drawing Conclusions

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Our Drawing Conclusions lesson plan helps students develop critical thinking skills and reading comprehension skills. Students learn to draw conclusions from actions and events presented in sentences, paragraphs, and other reading content.

Ending Sounds

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With our Ending Sounds lesson plan, students learn about the ending sounds of words, including some common ending sounds and similar-sounding ending sounds that are spelled differently.

Evaluating Opinions and Arguments Lesson PlanEvaluating Opinions and Arguments Teachers Guide

Evaluating Opinions and Arguments

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In our Evaluating Opinions and Arguments lesson plan, students learn strategies for evaluating the validity and effectiveness of opinions and arguments. Students practice distinguishing between facts, opinions, and arguments.

Event Relationships

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With our Event Relationships lesson plan, students learn how to identify and understand a series of events or steps and cause/effect relationships.

Examples and Anecdotes Lesson PlanExamples and Anecdotes Teachers Guide

Examples and Anecdotes

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Our Examples and Anecdotes lesson plan teaches students the differences between examples and anecdotes and how to identify and use them in text. Students also learn some of the potential problems of using anecdotes as evidence.

Fables Lesson PlanFables Teachers Guide

Fables

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Our free downloadable PDF Fables lesson plan introduces the three key elements of fables, which are stories that use animal characteristics and are designed specifically to teach a lesson. Students are asked to engage their analytical and critical thinking skills as they hear and read fables, determine the moral for each, and explain the de

Fact and Opinion Lesson PlanFact and Opinion Teachers Guide

Fact and Opinion

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Our Fact and Opinion lesson plan teaches students the difference between a fact and an opinion and why it is important to be able to identify a fact vs. an opinion. Students practice writing their own facts and opinions as well.

Identify Main Topics

Using our Identify Main Topic lesson students learn all about how to identify main topics in writing and why they are important. Students practice identifying the main topic and supporting details in various example texts.

Identify Main Topics

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With our Identify Main Topics lesson plan, students learn how to properly identify main topics in text as well as focus topics and supporting details.

Identify Sensory Details

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With our Identify Sensory Details lesson plan, students learn strategies for using sensory details in their writing and identifying which sense various words are referring to in other people’s writing.

Identify Text Structures

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With our Identify Text Structures lesson plan, students learn how text structures are used and how to identify common text structures in writing.

Identify Vowels

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With our Identify Vowels lesson plan, students learn about vowels and their basic vowel sounds. Students practice identifying vowels in words as a part of this lesson.

Identifying & Sorting Syllables

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With our Identifying and Sorting Syllables lesson plan, students learn how to count the number of syllables in a word and how to sort words by number of syllables. Students practice sounding out words to determine the number of syllables in order to sort them.

Identifying Authors’ Reasons

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With our Identifying Authors’ Reasons lesson plan, students learn strategies for identifying an author’s main point, supporting ideas, and conclusions.

Identifying Inconsistent Spelling/Sounds Lesson PlanIdentifying Inconsistent Spelling/Sounds Teachers Guide

Identifying Inconsistent Spelling/Sounds

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Our Identifying Inconsistent Spelling/Sounds lesson plan teaches students about inconsistent spelling/sounds of some common words. As a part of this lesson, students learn about diphthongs, silent letters, homophones, and more.

The Clarendon Learning reading lesson plans are convenient and valuable as the starting point to help every elementary school-aged child to become a better reader.  A wide variety of topics are available with specialized reading lesson plans for beginning readers in primary school, more advanced readers in the middle elementary grades, and of course, concept-specific lessons for students in upper grades.

Whether you are seeking to introduce your students to new vowel sounds, understanding myths, and fables, or the skills and strategies needed for comprehending stories, or other reading concepts, Clarendon Learning offers effective teaching resources and ideas for classroom teachers and homeschooling parents.

Our detailed lesson plans have been written by experienced educators and curriculum experts.  They have been thoroughly researched and reviewed for accuracy and efficiency and can be used almost immediately.  There is little preparation time necessary, allowing the busy educator more time to teach the content of the lesson.

The reading lesson plans include step-by-step instructions, procedures for teachers, options, matching Common Core State Standards, content for students, activity and practice pages, a list of Internet resources to enhance learning, and much more.

All of our reading resources may be searched by topic or grade level (k-6). You’ll find that these teaching resources truly are beneficial to all elementary-aged students, and the plans will allow teachers and homeschooling parents to become more effective educators.

The Clarendon Learning reading lesson plans are convenient and valuable as the starting point to help every elementary school-aged child to become a better reader.  A wide variety of topics are available with specialized reading lesson plans for beginning readers in primary school, more advanced readers in the middle elementary grades, and of course, concept-specific lessons for students in upper grades. Whether you are seeking to introduce your students to new vowel sounds, understanding myths, and fables, or the skills and strategies needed for comprehending stories, or other reading concepts, Read more