Dialogue Rules and Quotation Marks - Sometimes a good, clear set of notes with easily understandable examples is all a student needs to be able to practice a concept. I created these as a regular reference that can be posted on the wall or kept in a student’s binder or writing folder. They work well when introducing the topic in a lecture or guided practice. The notes explain the basic punctuating and capitalizing rules for dialogue (with both the dialogue tag at the beginning and at the end of the sentence). See thumbnails for pictures.
Common Core Standards:
(introduced here and practiced/reviewed in later grade levels)
This was created as a part of my fun, interactive product called Dialogue Punctuating: a hands on activity with notes/poster
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