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  • Paired Passages: Unit 4
  • Students will develop and practice the skills they need to compare and contrast fiction and nonfiction passages. After the pair of passages, students are asked both multiple-choice and open-ended questions.
  • 5th Grade
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Social Studies, Reading, Reading Comprehension and United States History
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  • Terrific Topic Sentences
  • Students will create topic sentences using writing prompts and learn how to restate topic sentences as questions, commands, or exclamations.
  • 3rd - 5th Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Writing, Writing Process and Traits of Writing
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  • The Louisiana Purchase
  • Students will demonstrate fluency and comprehension in reading historically based text.
  • 5th - 8th Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Social Studies, Reading, Reading Comprehension and United States History
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  • Electing a President
  • Students will read and answer questions about the presidential election process.
  • 4th - 8th Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Social Studies, Reading, Reading Comprehension and United States History
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  • Logical Sequence
  • Students will re-arrange sentences to retell the story, or letter, in each lesson in proper sequence.
  • 1st - 3rd Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Writing, Writing Process and Traits of Writing
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  • Compare and Contrast
  • Students learn the elements of and write comparison and contrast paragraphs.
  • 3rd - 5th Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Writing, Editing, Writing Process and Traits of Writing
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  • Daily Editing Practice
  • Students will add capitals and punctuation and correct the grammar and spelling in three sentences.
  • 2nd Grade
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Writing, Editing, Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling
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  • I Want to Be Just Like You!
  • The student will explore biographical information to gain new knowledge about people of eminence; compare and contrast people of eminence; recognize the differences between being great and being famous; identify a personality whom he or she would most like to emulate; and participate in a self-examination in order to set goals which will bring him/her closer to recognizing a personal improvement goal.
  • 3rd - 5th Grades
  • Subjects: Social Studies
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  • Insects?
  • Students will complete an activity which helps them learn to differentiate between bugs and insects.
  • 1st - 3rd Grades
  • Subjects: Mathematics, Science, Data Analysis and Probability and Life Science
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  • Earth Day
  • Students will read a brief description about Earth Day, and then complete related reading, writing, and speaking activities.
  • 4th - 5th Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Reading, Writing, Oral Language, Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension and Speaking
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  • Show! Don't Tell!
  • Students use strong, colorful action verbs instead of overused, dull verbs to make writing more detailed and interesting.
    Students use original and vivid adjectives instead of common, boring adjectives to make writing more exciting and colorful.
  • 5th - 8th Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Writing and Writing Process
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  • Aaron's Errands
  • Students will use the information from four text sources that are all connected in some way to complete the comprehension questions and critical-thinking activities that follow.
  • 5th Grade
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Mathematics, Reading, Reading Comprehension, Operations (+, -, x, /, etc.) and Problem Solving
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  • Ellis Island
  • As part of a unit on immigration, students create little books about Ellis Island.
  • Kindergarten - 3rd Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Social Studies, Reading and United States History
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