1. Warm Up - Classroom Expectations & Seating Charts
2. Elmer Activity
3. Review dialogue
4. Type 3 - Duffy's Jacket: Story Resolution and Dialogue
Review Punctuating Dialogue
Oops. Miss Lewis was in a hurry. Can you spot all of the mistakes?
Theres something at the door I said frantically maybe its
been lurking around all day waiting for our mothers to leave.
I dont believe it said Duffy its just the wind moving a branch
I'll prove it.
Come on I said grabbing her by the hand lets get out of here.
Type 3 - Story Resolution & Dialogue
Your task is to write a resolution to the short story,
"Duffy's Jacket." You will need to listen to the story
as it is read aloud and then decide how you would like
for it to end.
Type 3 #1 Duffy's Jacket
FCA1: >10 lines that make sense (60 pts)
FCA2: 3 examples of "dialogue" (20 pts)
FCA3: Follow Hoyt's Common Writing Criteria (20 pts)
After you hear the author's resolution to the story,
complete the Type 2 response.
Type 2: Write 3 lines explaining which resolution you preferred.