Reflection: Qualitative Evaluations "Who's Talking to Whom?": Dialogue in Settings, Characters and Events - Section 1: Creating the Purpose


My student exit ticket results from the first lesson, along with their responses and worksheets demonstrated only a basic understanding of the use of said and action tags. I knew I needed to add an additional lesson to support their use of descriptive words and actions in their dialogues to help their readers gain a connection and understanding of the setting, characters and plot of their stories. Here's a reflection on what I saw and where I'm going with this lesson

  Reason for a second lesson
  Qualitative Evaluations: Reason for a second lesson
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"Who's Talking to Whom?": Dialogue in Settings, Characters and Events

Unit 5: Writing Narrative Stories to Entertain Your Readers
Lesson 12 of 16

Objective: SWBAT...write and accurately punctuate dialogue by writing main ideas for their narrative stories that help the plot progress, reference setting and develop their characters

Big Idea: Dialogue lets our readers believe they are inside our stories hearing and feeling the events as they occur.

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