Practice in punctuating dialogue. Sentences and text are
appropriate for grades 4,5,6,7 and assesses the standard:
Three pages of worksheets and answer page. Ten sentences in the format below – students rewrite each sentence correctly, with the focus on punctuation within and around dialogue. The ten sentences are related and there is an EXTRA TIME prompt at the end for students to create an ending to the “story” as time permits.
Read each sentence. Rewrite the sentence, adding quotation marks and other punctuation so that it is correct.
1. It seems that this school day is two days long don’t you agree Jerry asked me.
Check out more of my L.4.2. Common Core work:
L.4.2. BUNDLEL.4.2.a Capitalizing Names of Buildings, Monuments, Geographic Names, and CompaniesL.3.2.a ; L.4.2.a Capitalizing Titles: Books, Magazines, Poems, Songs, and TV Shows L.4.2.b Use Commas and Quotation Marks in Dialogue IL.4.2.b Use Commas and Quotation Marks in Dialogue II [not in the bundle] L.4.2.c Use a Comma Before a Coordinating Conjunction in a Compound Sentence L.4.2.d Spell Grade-Appropriate Words Correctly, Consulting References as Needed
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