· Signed grade printout—in the drawer, please! Thanks!
· Prompt Word Poem, with rubric stapled on top—in the drawer, please. Thanks!
Writing Lesson—Writing Dialogue! 8:25-8:35
Yes, This Means We’re Going to Write Some Stories!
· Writing and editing dialogue—Let’s read the story on page 35 aloud, to see how to use and edit dialogue. What do you notice?
· With a partner, read the questions about dialogue on page 36—“Dialogue Worksheet”.
· Read pages 38-9 to find the answers, and record them on page 36.
· Let’s check page 36 in class.
· Let’s use the words you used in #10 to talk about “Words to Use Instead of ‘Said’”
· Take a look at the Partner Dialogue Story: Model.
· You’re going to write your own story with a partner. Go! J
Cliché Stories—Everyone has to make at least one edit!
· Read aloud the last unshared cliché story.
· Jake—Carrie Underwood is a true goddess.
· Decide who’s going to whose room Wednesday
· Paper pass-back.
· Folder log-in.
· Work on your partner dialogue story on google docs, if twenty minutes tomorrow won’t be enough time for you to finish.