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Interpreting and Using Red Herrings

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With our Interpreting and Using Red Herrings lesson plan, students learn how to identify and interpret red herrings in writing and how to use them in their own writing more effectively.

Interpreting Information

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With our Interpreting Information lesson plan, students learn how to better interpret visual, oral, and quantitative information. Students practice using their interpretive skills by answering questions about specific texts and topics as a part of this lesson.

Interpreting Information

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With our Interpreting Information lesson plan, students learn how information presented visually, orally, or quantitatively with text can contribute to a greater understanding of that text.

Introduction to Poetry

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With our Introduction to Poetry lesson plan, students learn about the basics of poetry, including how to read simple poems and the difference between poetry and prose.

Introduction to Syllables

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With our Introduction to Syllables lesson plan, students learn what syllables are, how to define them, and how to determine the number of syllables in a word.

Irregularly Spelled Words

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With our Irregularly Spelled Words lesson plan, students learn about some common irregularly spelled words. Students practice working with these words in addition to looking up other irregularly spelled words not discussed during this lesson.

Irregularly Spelled Words

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With our Irregularly Spelled Words lesson plan, students learn how to recognize irregularly-spelled words and learn how to spell them correctly.

Letter Sounds, Patterns, and More

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With our Letter Sounds, Patterns, and More lesson plan, students learn how to identify words that are used incorrectly in writing and correct them using their knowledge of morphemes and word structure.

Letter Sounds, Patterns, and More

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With our Letter Sounds, Patterns, and More lesson plan, students learn strategies for using letter sounds and patterns to identify and read multisyllabic words. They learn how to use their existing knowledge of all letter-sound correspondences, syllabication patterns, and roots and affixes to help them do this during this lesson.

Library Skills Lesson PlanLibrary Skills Teachers Guide

Library Skills

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Our Library Skills lesson plan teaches students how to properly and effectively use a library for research or to find a book they are looking for. Students also practice looking words up in the dictionary as a part of this lesson.

Literal and Nonliteral Language Lesson PlanLiteral and Nonliteral Language Teachers Guide

Literal and Nonliteral Language

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Our free downloadable PDF Literal and Nonliteral Language lesson plan introduces students to the differences between literal and nonliteral language and how each is used. During this lesson, students are asked to work in pairs to explore the meaning, use and an image representing their assigned idiom, engaging their creativity as they are a

Literature Comprehension

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With our Literature Comprehension lesson plan, students learn how to better understand the literature that they read, including stories, dramas, and poems.

Logical Connections/Sentences and Paragraphs

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With our Logical Connections/Sentences and Paragraphs lesson plan, students learn how to make and recognize logical connections between sentences and paragraphs, improving their reading comprehension and writing skills.

Main Idea Lesson PlanMain Idea Teachers Guide

Main Idea

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In our Main Idea lesson plan, students learn about main ideas and why they are important in literature and other texts. Students practice identifying main ideas in text and locating the supporting details.

Main Idea – Nonfiction

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With our Main Idea – Nonfiction lesson plan, students learn strategies for identifying and reiterating the main idea and supporting details of nonfiction texts. Students practice reading nonfiction texts using the methods described in the lesson and writing down the main idea.

Main Idea (Grades 1-2) Lesson PlanMain Idea (Grades 1-2) Teachers Guide

Main Idea (Grades 1-2)

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In our Main Ideas lesson plan for grades 1-2, students learn what a main idea is, how to identify them, and why they are important in a text. Students practice identifying the main idea and supporting ideas in a text.

Main Idea (Grades 3-4) Lesson PlanMain Idea (Grades 3-4) Teachers Guide

Main Idea (Grades 3-4)

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In our Main Idea lesson plan for grades 3-4, students learn how to determine the main idea of a text and how to identify supporting details. Students are asked to differentiate between main ideas and supporting details.

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.

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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