Reflection: Problem-based Approaches "Who's Talking to Whom?": Punctuating Dialogue - Section 4: Exit Ticket

 

In this video I reflect on the areas of need my students showed and how I addressed them in lessons

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  Problem-based Approaches: addressing student areas of need
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"Who's Talking to Whom?": Punctuating Dialogue

Unit 5: Writing Narrative Stories to Entertain Your Readers
Lesson 11 of 16

Objective: SWBAT...edit and write dialogue paragraphs that demonstrate correct punctuation and paragraphing

Big Idea: Our readers need to be able to understand "who is talking to whom" in order to follow the sequence of events in our stories.

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