This packet contains materials to help your students use dialogue correctly, and use creative tags instead of SAID. Inside, you will find:
Contents page with directions,
2 foldables for students to keep in their writing journal. Each section includes an alphabetized list of tags.
Tags change the meaning of the sentence practice worksheet-Students fill in each blank with a tag from their foldables.
Tags change the meaning of the story practice worksheet-Students fill in each blank with a tag from their foldable to complete the story.
Write dialogue for the characters given printable.
Tagless Dialogue printable-students identify who is talking.
Tagless Comic Strip-Create dialogue between given characters using correct capitalization and punctuation.
Blank Comic Strip-Create your own tagless dialogue and draw your own characters.
Using Quotation Marks Correctly printable worksheet
12 Task Cards with answer sheet: Practice identifying the correct punctuation and capitalization in dialogue
8 Task Cards: Using the foldable “List of Tags”-Choose tags to complete the dialogue