This is graphic organizer for helping students notice patterns when punctuating quotations, depending on whether the speech tag is at the beginning or end of the sentence and depending on the type of sentence. I usually do the example ones with them using editing marks (I start with the left side of the chart, doing the speech tag at the end of the sentence). Then I have them follow the same rules and write three of their own quotations. I'll usually do the right side the next day. It leads to good discussions and just recognizing what is similar and different between the different quotations and how they get punctuated.
This could be done whole class and/or at a writing center. This could be used as homework assignment too or just extra practice in general.