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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Similes and Metaphors
  • Students practice writing creatively through the use of similes and metaphors.
  • 3rd - 5th Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Writing, Writing Process and Traits of Writing
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  • Root Words
  • Students find root words from words with prefixes and suffixes.
  • 3rd - 5th Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Reading and Vocabulary
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  • I Have a Dream...
  • Students will gain an understanding of the dream of Martin Luther King, Jr.  Students will practice writing in complete sentences, improving typing skills, changing font size and style, copying and pasting clip art, and resizing clip art.
  • 1st - 3rd Grades
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Social Studies, Writing, Writing Process and United States History
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  • Voyage to Space
  • Students will read a passage about different space voyages and answer 10 multiple-choice comprehension questions.
  • 4th Grade
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Science, Reading, Reading Comprehension and Earth and Space Science
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  • Harland David Sanders
  • Students will read a nonfiction passage about the founder of KFC, and then answer the comprehension questions that follow.
  • 7th Grade
  • Subjects: Language Arts, Reading and Reading Comprehension
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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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  • Search Engines
  • Students will practice using search engines and conduct Internet searches to locate information.
  • 4th - 8th Grades
  • Subjects: Social Studies and Geography
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  • Mighty Multiples
  • Students learn about multiples, common multiples, least common multiples, and lowest common denominators.
  • 5th - 8th Grades
  • Subjects: Mathematics, Operations (+, -, x, /, etc.) and Fractions
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  • The Planets
  • Students will read material and answer questions about the planets.
  • 3rd - 5th Grades
  • Subjects: Science and Earth and Space Science
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  • Improper Fractions
  • Students will work with improper fractions and convert them to mixed numbers.
  • 5th - 8th Grades
  • Subjects: Mathematics, Numbers and Numerations and Fractions
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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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