1. Warm Up
2. Punctuation Review - Dialogue
3. Dialogue Practice
4. Edit and Score Type 3 - Duffy's Jacket
5. Type 2 Reflection
Warm Up - Type 2
Describe 2 rules a writer must follow when punctuating dialogue
in a story.
Sample of dialogue with correct punctuation. Notice where end
marks are placed. Also, remember to indent every time a new person
"Will you be going with us on the family trip again this summer?"
Noreen asked her cousin.
Gwen hesitated before answering. "I'm afraid so. My parents think
I enjoy the experience of traveling with our whole family."
"You fooled me, too," Noreen replied. "Maybe the trip will be better this year.
I think we're going to places that have large amusement parks. If we're lucky, we
might even be able to go on a few rides."
"Well, at least it can't be any worse," sighed Gwen. "On the last trip, we waited
in line for one hour at three different historic hopes in one day!"
"I remember those lines," said Noreen. "Didn't you get sunburned while
we were there?"
Tape the sample dialogue into your journal. On the next page, rewrite
the passage correctly by adding quotation marks and new paragraphs
Edit Duffy's Jacket CFA's for Scoring
Type 2 Reflection
Explain which ending you liked better. Yours for the authors.