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The Gateway to Educational Materials.  GEM is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. Teachers, parents, administrators can search or browse The GatewaySM and find thousands of high quality educational materials, including lesson plans, activities, and projects.
http://www.thegateway.org/welcome.html

ERIC Clearinghouse on Reading, English, and Communication. The Clearinghouse provides a collection of lesson plans for debate, handwriting, journalism, listening, literature, reading, spelling, storytelling, vocabulary, and writing composition.
http://www.indiana.edu/~eric_rec/www/indexlp.html
Resources for Writing Instructors.  This page is intended as a starting place for writing instructors who want to begin "surfing the Net" to find resources for their courses. The author provides a list of "starting points:" web pages that contain useful links to Internet resources.
http://www.devry-phx.edu/lrnresrc/dowsc/instres.htm
DiscoverySchool.com.  Click on the For Teachers button, and wander through the site.  You will find a variety of lesson plans and teaching tools (Quiz Center, Lesson Planner, Worksheet Generator, and Puzzle Maker). 
http://school.discovery.com/
Teacher.net Lesson Bank.  Teachers from all over the country have submitted lesson ideas and lesson plans for all levels of instruction.  Check out the ideas of others, and maybe submit a few of your own.
http://www.teachers.net/lessons/
Teachnet.com.  Smart tools for busy teachers.  Here is another site featuring teacher-submitted ideas and lesson plans for a variety of grades.  http://www.teachnet.com/lesson/langarts/index.html
Outta Rayís Head. Lesson Plans.  Ray Saitz, a teacher in Ontario, Canada, started this site to share some of his own lessons plans, but many other teachers have since submitted their ideas. 
http://home.cogeco.ca/~rayser3/lessons3.htm
The Teacherís Desk.  This site offers suggestions for teaching reading, writing, and spelling to fifth and sixth graders, but there might be something of interest to teachers at other levels as well.
http://www.teachersdesk.org/index.html

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