Thirteen: Collection of short stories - Section 3: Noticing Dialogue: Read Aloud & Independent Reading

 
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What Do You Have To Say?

Unit 8: My Story, My Memory. Memoir
Lesson 6 of 9

Objective: SWBAT differentiate between realistic and unrealistic dialogue, and practice dialogue rules.

Big Idea: What do you have to say for yourself? In this lesson, students will observe unrealistic versus realistic dialogue in short story. They will also attempt to write dialogue using the grammar rules.

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