60 printable pages for students to use dialogue.
Each lesson begins with an unlikely image (a boy riding a dinosaur like a cowboy, a ladybug reading a book in the grass, a bee holding an art palette). Students discuss what they see and the impossible or unlikely elements that they notice. Then, they role-play a scene full of dialogue before writing their own record of the conversation. Finally, students draft a story full of dialogue, placing quotation marks and commas, question marks and exclamation marks where they go.
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Dialogue with a President
Dialogue for Valentines Day
Dialogue with Santa
Dialogue between Kids and Monsters
Dialogue: Quotation Marks and Kids
Dialogue using Quotation Marks
What would you say?
Dialogue and Hypothetical Situations