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Second graders read a book about jaguars.  In this reading comprehension instructional activity, 2nd graders preview a book about jaguars, define the word carnivores, read about jaguars, discuss what they learned, and make a T chart of interesting and important facts learned about jaguars.
Students read about rocks. In this reading comprehension activity students read a nonfiction book about rocks. Students write about the main ideas found in the book.
After several short 15-minute mini-lessons, your learners will gain an understanding of the characteristics of a non-fiction text. Using the book Map It by Elspeth Leacock, your class will become acquainted with non-fiction terms such as symbols, glossary, and more.
Fifth graders define, differentiate and categorize the reading genres of poetry, drama, chapter books and biographies using graphic organizers in both small-group and whole-group settings.
Sixth graders identify and differentiate between reading genres. For this literary texts lesson, 6th graders practice identifying various literary genres working group stations and as a class. Students complete several graphic organizers to highlight the similarities and differences in the various texts and use the library to find specific texts.
In this reading graphic aids instructional activity, students examine a diagram and then respond to 4 short answer questions regarding the data. Students also create their own diagrams in the space provided.
Fourth graders explore the life and journeys of the pioneers who made the westward movement during the age of expansion. This three lessons unit utilizes written expression and research to compile information and create a final project.
Fourth graders complete a unit for the book, 'Charlotte's Web.' They identify the fictional and non-fictional aspects of the book, list the characteristics of friendship, complete graphic organizers, and create a Powerpoint presentation of the story elements.
Middle schoolers practice the various processes used in researching and writing a biographical research paper, including brainstorming, notetaking, outlining, creating a bibliography, and writing the final draft.
Sixth graders become members of the BSI in this research simulation. They apply for Biographical Scene Investigator membership, investigate an individual, keep an evidence notebook and write an investigator's report.
In this reading diagrams and charts activity, students read the sentences and study the chart of the growth of a sunfish. Students then answer the 3 questions based on the chart.
Eighth graders examine different pieces of literature from specific isolated Pacific islands. In this Geography lesson, 8th graders read and interpret a written selection. Students construct a map of the stories setting.
Fifth graders gain information about the Revolutionary War using novels by Jean Fritz. They analyze historical characters, form opinions on historical events, and write and respond to literature in a variety of creative writing assignments.
Students study the life cycle of plants by growing a seed in a paper cup. They record observations of the changes they see. When the plant sprouts, they plant it in soil in a paper cup. Next, they continue to draw and date their observations.
Students complete pre reading, writing, and post reading activities for the book Formula One Race Cars. In this guided reading lesson plan, students complete writing, go over vocabulary, answer short answer questions, have discussions, and more.
What do you already know about the weather? Complete a KWL chart for weather facts. Second graders brainstorm prior knowledge, generate a direction for future research, and record their findings. They focus on verifying preconception they may have about the weather.
Students draw a picture based on interpreting and gathering information from different studenT books. This is a great idea.
You're hired! Teams design a new playground to replace the aging structure in place. In addition to the structure, the school has 360 yards of fence to use to enclose the yard. What can your learners design?
Young scholars investigate the concept of a gristmill. They examine how it is used by conducting research using the required text. The students reflect upon the importance of the invention for the survival of the economy and population.
Fifth graders observe vascular structures in plants. In this plant adaptations lesson plan, 5th graders examine the cross-section of a celery stalk and a pine tree. In groups, students compare the two cross-sections and are given information about what they observed.

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