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Writing Process : Dialogue Practice (Teacher Evaluation Ready Lesson)

Writing Process : Dialogue Practice  (Teacher Evaluation Ready Lesson)
Writing Process : Dialogue Practice  (Teacher Evaluation Ready Lesson)
Writing Process : Dialogue Practice  (Teacher Evaluation Ready Lesson)
Writing Process : Dialogue Practice  (Teacher Evaluation Ready Lesson)
Writing Process : Dialogue Practice  (Teacher Evaluation Ready Lesson)
Writing Process : Dialogue Practice  (Teacher Evaluation Ready Lesson)
Writing Process : Dialogue Practice  (Teacher Evaluation Ready Lesson)
Writing Process : Dialogue Practice  (Teacher Evaluation Ready Lesson)
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Common Core Standards
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This lesson was written for my evaluation with my fourth grade gifted students and includes work station suggestions after the Power Point presentation, which I ended up not including as part of my evaluation. My students were reading George Washington's Socks, so I used passages from the book to teach the rules of dialogue. This power point could be used without reading this particular book, although one might want to modify the enrichment on the worksheet.

The lesson includes photos of the worksheet I used which could be screen shot and reproduced on Word. I covered higher level thinking with questioning concerning why we use punctuation, how students think people came up with punctuation, and a "see, think, wonder" activity as used in Project Zero.

Having this power point was like having a friend at the board reminding me of what I needed to do. I had a great evaluation!

This lesson was made and found on Catch My Products (formerly Gifted and Talented Materials by Joyce Lansky).



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