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Using a familiar comic to model written dialogue and practice how to correctly use quotation marks fosters a motivation for literacy and builds essential skills involved in the mechanics of writing. See full lesson plans and additional videos at www.LitDiet.org

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Help your students practice their quotation mark skills by using these fun and easy printables. Students use the key to help edit the sentences with different colors!

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from teachingwithamountainview.com

Teaching Quotation Marks and Dialogue

Use these anchor charts on dialogue and quotations to discuss ways to use dialogue in narratives. You can also have students look through a page in their current novel and pick out each of the dialogue rules discussed.

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Dialogue Resources- this teacher reads "The Wolf who Cried Boy", and has her students clap each time they hear a word the author used to replace "said".

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Dialogue Rules, Capitalization and Punctuation Bundle for Narrative Writing

Writing Dialogue Activity for whole class, small groups, or independent literacy center/station work during guided reading. Review the anchor chart for the rules of writing dialogue. Learn how to use quotation marks and write dialogue. Students add dialogue to cartoons and then translate the dialogue into sentences using the proper punctuation.

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