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Prose, Poems, and Drama Lesson PlanProse, Poems, and Drama Teachers Guide

Prose, Poems, and Drama

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Our Prose, Poems, and Drama lesson plan teaches students about three types of fiction writing: prose, poems, and drama. Students practice identify text as either prose, poetry, or drama, and also practice writing in each of these types.

Protagonist Lesson PlanProtagonist Teachers Guide

Protagonist

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Our Protagonist lesson plan teaches students about protagonists in literature and other media. Students learn about the characteristics of a protagonist, identify examples of protagonists, and write their own short story that contains a protagonist.

Read Orally with Accuracy, Rate, Expression

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With our Read Orally with Accuracy, Rate, Expression lesson plan, students learn how to read orally with better accuracy, at the appropriate rate, and with sufficient expression. Students practice reading passages aloud to each other and answer questions about the strategies given during the lesson.

Read Prose and Poetry Orally

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With our Read Prose and Poetry Orally lesson plan, students learn how to effective read aloud. Students practice both listening and speaking in order to hone their skills.

Read with Accuracy and Fluency

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With our Read with Accuracy and Fluency lesson plan, students learn how to read aloud with more accuracy and fluency. Students practice reading with another student and identify areas where they could be a better reader as a part of this lesson.

Reading Comprehension Lesson PlanReading Comprehension Teachers Guide

Reading Comprehension

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Our Reading Comprehension lesson plan teaches students to develop their reading comprehension skills in order to understand written content better. Students practice answering questions about various pieces of text in order to test their reading comprehension and practice using the skills gained in this lesson.

Reading Connections Lesson PlanReading Connections Teachers Guide

Reading Connections

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Our Reading Connections lesson plan teaches students how to connect the words they read to their own lives, the world as a whole, and to other written texts. Students practice reading texts and determining if and how they relate to themselves, the world, or to other text.

Reading for Purpose Lesson PlanReading for Purpose Teachers Guide

Reading for Purpose

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Our Reading for Purpose lesson plan teaches students about why people read, various purposes for reading, and strategies for becoming motivated to read. Students also consider the author’s purposes for writing.

Reading Informational Texts

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Using our Reading Informational Texts lesson plan, students learn strategies for reading texts and getting the right information from them to answer questions.

Reading News Stories Lesson PlanReading News Stories Teachers Guide

Reading News Stories

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Our Reading News Stories lesson plan teaches students the structure of a traditional newspaper along with strategies for determining the bias of sources and the general trustworthiness of news sources. Students are also taught the 5 W’s (who, what, when, where, and why) and why journalists ask these questions.

Reading Orally (Grades 1-2) Lesson PlanReading Orally (Grades 1-2) Teachers Guide

Reading Orally (Grades 1-2)

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In our Reading Orally lesson plan for grades 1-2, 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.

Reading with Purpose and Understanding Lesson PlanReading with Purpose and Understanding Teachers Guide

Reading with Purpose and Understanding

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Our Reading with Purpose and Understanding lesson plan teaches students about the purpose of reading and understanding what they read. Students practice reading excerpts and identifying the purpose for reading and understanding it.

Reasons and Evidence of an Author

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With our Reasons and Evidence of an Author lesson plan, students learn how to identify an author’s reason and evidence. Students practice reading articles and identifying the different parts (reason and evidence) of the article in order to demonstrate their understanding of the lesson material.

Regular Vowel Teams Lesson PlanRegular Vowel Teams Teachers Guide

Regular Vowel Teams

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Our Regular Vowel Teams lesson teaches students about the regular vowel teams, which include oa, ee, ai, ay, oi, and oy. Students learn spelling-sound correspondences for these vowel teams, which helps with their pronunciation.

Retelling Stories

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With our Retelling Stories lesson plan, students learn the steps for effectively retelling stories. Students practice reading stories, identifying key points and details, and then retelling them.

Sentence Basics Lesson PlanSentence Basics Teachers Guide

Sentence Basics

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In our Sentence Basics lesson plan, students learn about the basic parts of a sentence and how to write complete sentences. Students practice writing full sentences and identify each part of a sentence.

Sequence/Chronological Order Nonfiction Text Structure Lesson PlanSequence/Chronological Order Nonfiction Text Structure Teachers Guide

Sequence/Chronological Order Nonfiction Text Structure

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Our free downloadable PDF Sequence/Chronological Order Nonfiction Text Structure lesson plan introduces students to the sequence or chronological order structure for nonfiction texts. It is important for students to be able to differentiate between this structure and other nonfiction structures, as the structure can provide help with readin

Sequencing Lesson PlanSequencing Teachers Guide

Sequencing

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Our Sequencing lesson plan teaches students about chronological order and teaches students words used to sequence things in writing. Students practice identifying the sequence of events and writing using the sequencing vocabulary.

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