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It uses the book The Web Files. We did a unit on mysteries, so I thought this would be a cute lesson to incorporate with mysteries. They write a dialogue to describe the facts of a crime sort of like the old show Dragnet.
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Here are a couple links to some lessons on dialogue from Read Write Think that look great: I can promise you this little unit is getting printed out and put in my Common Core Language Arts binder under dialogue.
If you click on the picture below, you can go see her blog post about this freebie. What are some of your favorite lessons and ideas to teach dialogue?
I always like to have students look at their own books they are reading to help them see how dialogue is organized and punctuated. I have always found it resonates with them when they see examples in their own books.13 Colonies Group Card Sort activity.
Students learn the geography, government, economy, and culture of each region in the thirteen original colonies. Find this . A revolutionary, online math program comprising games, animated books and downloadable materials.
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Showing 1 - of resources. An Overview of the Thirteen Colonies In this thirteen colonies map activity activity, students create a physical map and a political map of the 13 original American colonies and then respond to 4 short answer questions.
The First and Second Amendments remain. Week Six - Jan. 2nd to Jan. 6th Monday: No School - Christmas Break Tuesday: No School - Teacher Inservice American History Review Games finish worksheet and mapping activity Tuesday - American Colonies Overview lecture and notes Wednesday - American Colonies .
These 2nd-grade writing prompts (or essay topics for the second grade) are written for students in grade two. They are free to use under a Creative Commons License.
Want more ideas? Click the "categories" tab at the top of the screen, or visit the homepage. Help students identify the 13 original colonies with this American Revolution 13 Colonies Map.
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