This lesson was written for my evaluation in my fourth grade gifted class and includes work station suggestions after the flipchart presentation, which I ended up not including as part of my evaluation. My students are reading George Washington's Socks, so I used passages from the book to teach the rules of dialogue. The lessons includes photos of the worksheet I used which could be screen shot and reproduced on Word.
Having this flipchart was like having a friend at the board reminding me of what I needed to do. I had a great evaluation!
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