DIALOGUE WRITING : LESSON AND RESOURCES

DIALOGUE WRITING : LESSON AND RESOURCES
DIALOGUE WRITING : LESSON AND RESOURCES
DIALOGUE WRITING : LESSON AND RESOURCES
DIALOGUE WRITING : LESSON AND RESOURCES
DIALOGUE WRITING : LESSON AND RESOURCES
DIALOGUE WRITING : LESSON AND RESOURCES
DIALOGUE WRITING : LESSON AND RESOURCES
DIALOGUE WRITING : LESSON AND RESOURCES
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A ready to use lesson plan that presents teaching and learning resources on dialogue writing.

After completing this lesson, the students will be able to:

  • Define dialogue and dialogue tags.
  • List rules to use when punctuating dialogue.
  • Apply dialogue technique to present events and characters to engage the interest of an audience.
  • Demonstrate the use of dynamic dialogues in writing.

This Resource includes:

  • Vocabulary Overview - Dialogue, Dialogue Tags
  • Real Life Application and Cross-Curriculum Links
  • Flipped Lesson Part - Video
  • Success Criteria - Dialogue Checklist

Lesson Starter: Creating conversations to tell a story to match the picture.

Discussion: Dialogue Rules

Collaborative Tasks:

  • Pair-Share: Filling out the speech in the bubbles to make a story.
  • Think-Write: Using dialogue tags to convert given conversation into a story.
  • Write-Share: Rewriting the given story in a dialogue form.

Mini-Plenary: 4 Online Quizzes

Assessment Rubrics

Differentiated Tasks: Writing dialogues for situations given.

Extensions: Online Exercises

Plenary: Answering multiple choice questions on dialogue writing.

Home Learning:

  • Using dialogue tags to reconstruct stories.
  • Presenting stories in a dialogue form.
  • Unscrambling the dialogues to reconstruct the story.
  • Using reporting verbs to create dialogue tags.

Common Core Standards: ELA-Literacy-Writing - 6-8.3ab/4

Skills: Social and Cognitive

Here are some possible uses for these in your classroom:

  • To challenge early finishers
  • For effective tutoring
  • As ESL stations and sub tubs
  • As holiday work and homework
  • For small group collaborations
  • For an end of unit assessments 
  • For reinforcement and enrichment

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Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.
Use narrative techniques, such as dialogue, pacing, description, and reflection, to develop experiences, events, and/or characters.
Engage and orient the reader by establishing a context and point of view and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally and logically.
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Teaching Duration
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