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Week 6 day 1

  1. 1. Do-Now<br />Write as many words as you can think of that contain the letters I-S-M in that sequence.<br />S must follow I and M must follow S, but there may be letters between them<br />
  2. 2. Vocabulary 3 – Concepts Through Song<br />
  3. 3. SWBS Strategy<br />SWBS – summarization strategy<br />Somebody Wanted, But…So<br />SW – What does the character want?<br />B – What happens to stop them from getting what they want?<br />S – How is that problem resolved?<br />Ex: The Buccaneers wanted to win the game but the Steelers kept throwing touchdowns so the Bucs went home disappointed.<br />
  4. 4. Dialogue<br />Dialogue is a conversation between two or more characters<br />In a narrative, dialogue helps to build the character and plot<br />Dialogue is punctuated with quotation marks (“blahblah”) and often followed by a dialogue tag<br />Ex: “Do you know who’s under us?” T’ne’a demanded.<br />
  5. 5. Dialogue<br />A dialogue tag serves two purposes:<br />Dialogue tags tell the readers who is speaking<br />Ex: “I’m tired,” Ulysses grumbled. (Ulysses is speaking)<br />Dialogue tags show how the speaker spoke and/or what they did as they spoke<br />Ex: “He was looking at me in the cafeteria,” Sandra whispered. (Sandra is whispering)<br />
  6. 6. Dialogue: Punctuating Dialogue<br />1. Use QUOTATION MARKS (“_”) around what the character says.<br /> Example: “I am not an alien.”<br /> <br />2. PUNCTUATION goes INSIDE the quotation marks.<br /> Example: “You’re an alien!”<br /> <br />3. Use a COMMA to separate the QUOTE from the TAG ONLY if the tag HAS a speech <br /> verb in it. <br /> Example: “I am not an alien,” she said.<br /> <br />4. Use a PERIOD (OR an EXCLAMATION MARK or QUESTION MARK) to separate the QUOTE from the TAG if there’s NO speech verb. <br /> Example: “I am not an alien.” She glared at him.<br />
  7. 7. Dialogue<br />“Yoohoo, boy with the typhiod, are you awake?” she called<br />“I am,” I said.<br />
  8. 8. Dialogue: Create a Scene<br />You are cutting class and an administrator approaches you. <br />You are about to break up with your significant other because… but they have no idea of your plans.<br />You are talking on the phone with a friend who is trying to convince you that…<br />
  9. 9. Homework:<br />Complete a Concepts Through Song sheet for two words from Vocabulary 3.<br />

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