Reflection: Data Analysis You Can Quote Me on That! - Section 2: How to Use Quotation Marks

 

After reviewing the students' quotation marks practice pages, I can tell that although not perfectly, the students are better understanding the concept of quotations.  I attribute a good portion of this to the repetitive nature of the song in the video clip. The comma quotation mark statement over and over, gets stuck in you head.  I believe it stuck with the students as well.  I also fully believe in the power of music.  We remember so much more when words are placed to music.  I love using music to teach difficult concepts.

  Power of Repetition
  Data Analysis: Power of Repetition
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You Can Quote Me on That!

Unit 15: Aspiring Authors!
Lesson 7 of 8

Objective: SWBAT plan out a narrative writing piece while also planning for opportunities to including dialogue between characters.

Big Idea: In this lesson, we will learn how dialogue can add to a narrative piece. We will also review how to properly form sentences that include dialogue.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Persuasive Writing, Writing Process, quotation marks, dialogue, Narrative Writing
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