Teaching dialogue

Discover effective techniques for teaching dialogue in the classroom and help your students develop their communication skills. Explore innovative ideas to make learning dialogue fun and interactive.
Teaching Dialogue and Point of View - Dialogue Anchor Chart Teaching Dialogue, Narrative Writing, Writing Dialogue, Teaching Writing, Writing Worksheets, Expanding Sentences, Writing Instruction, Writing Lessons, Writing Anchor Charts

It’s MARCH!!! WOOHOOO! But… it’s also been SNOWING all day. I’m ready for SPRING. I’m SO OVER indoor recess! My kids need to go outside to play! Heck… I need to go outside to play! On another note… I just uploaded one of my favorite units. So, I’m celebrating with some fancy, fizzy water. I’ve […]

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Hollie Griffith
Teach your students to add dialogue to their narrative writing with these engaging activities. These lesson ideas will work well with 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Ideas included guided practice, dialogue prompts and notes, independent activities, and more! Check it out these fun dialogue writing activities today! #middleschool #upperelementary #writing #dialogue #narrativewriting Middle School Writing, Ideas, Teaching Dialogue, Writing Lesson Plans, Narrative Writing Middle School, Teaching Writing, Writing Lessons, Elementary Writing Activities, Writing Rubric

Teach your students to add dialogue to their narrative writing with these engaging activities. These lesson ideas will work well with 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Ideas included guided practice, dialogue prompts and notes, independent activities, and more! Check it out these fun dialogue writing activities today! #middleschool #upperelementary #writing #dialogue #narrativewriting

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Cooties and Cuties
Introducing Dialogue Activities Design, Quotations, Quotation Sample, Quotation Marks, Quotation Format, Quotation Mark, Quotation, Best Quotations, Short Quotations

So embarking on this new grade, I didn't imagine quite fully all the new material I would be teaching. Dialogue in writing and how to punctuate it - certainly wasn't something I was expecting. I found these awesome ideas to be very helpful to introduce the concept to my students! First up the Balloon Stickies App: It used to be free, so look for a similar version ( my Ipad is at school so I will try to get the one I used) I got the original idea to use this app from the post over at Finally…

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Emily
Teaching Dialogue, Teaching Grammar, Teaching Writing, How To Teach Kids, Grammar Lessons, Teaching Kids, Writing Lessons, Interactive Lessons, Language Arts

I love that my students love to write! They are so creative and come up with some of the best story plots with all the right elements. But there’s just one thing… They tend to overuse the word said when writing dialogue. I often get multiple stories with “he said”, “she said”, I’m sure you can see where I’m going with this. Or even worse, they use the wrong synonym for said when conveying a feeling or an action. Does this sound familiar? Don’t worry! Stick around, and we’ll talk about how to…

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Meg April