All teachers would love students to elaborate more in their writing. The Big Book of Details by Roslyn Linder is an amazing resource that addresses this issue. The book includes 46 moves for teaching writers to elaborate.
This resource compliments Chapter 6: Details That Speak: Conversation, Dialogue, and Speech. Twenty-two pages, in both color and black and white, are included. Each page contains an anchor chart for the elaboration strategies. Find a chart for If...Then, Ending Dialogue Tags, Beginning Dialogue Tags, Invisible Tags, Middle Tags, Action & Words, Say, What?, Tell Me About It, Talking and Thinking, and Mix It Up. Your writers will have an individual anchor chart available for reference or use it in your Teacher's Toolkit as you conference with small groups of writers.
Be sure to find my anchor charts for all other strategies.
Details That Describe: People, Places, Mood, Emotions, and Things
Details That Dance: Showing Action and Sequence of Events
Details That Inform: Defining, Comparing, and Clarifying
Details That Convince: Opinions, Persuasion, and Arguments