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August 30, 2013. Get a sheet off of my green chair. Glue it on to page 29 . Label the page “Punctuating Dialogue” in your table of contents. . Boy: Tales of Childhood by Roald Dahl When you finish reading, write a brief summary of the story on your slip of paper. .

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Get a sheet off of my green chair. Glue it on to page 29. Label the page “Punctuating Dialogue” in your table of contents.


Boy: Tales of Childhood by Roald Dahl

When you finish reading, write a brief summary of the story on your slip of paper.


As you read, think about WHAT the author says and HOW he says it. Show your thinking on the text by making notes about what you notice. EVERYONE SHOULD NOTICE SOMETHING!!


Now notice specifically the dialogue. In the margin of your paper, try to write as many dialogue rules as you know or can figure out from the text.


Your turn
Your Turn!!! paper, try to write as many dialogue rules as you know or can figure out from the text.

  • Page 30

  • Dialogue Practice

  • Think about your personal narrative. Rewrite a portion of the story using lots of dialogue. Punctuate the dialogue correctly!


Page 31 simile and metaphor
Page paper, try to write as many dialogue rules as you know or can figure out from the text. 31 “Simile and Metaphor”

Simile—a comparison between two unlike things using the words like, as, than, or resembles.

Metaphor—a comparison between two unlike things which states that one thing is another



Let s practice
Let’s Practice or blow up a sheriff’s office.

As you read today, look for similes and metaphors. If you see one, write it on your post-it note.


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