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This English teaching pack for Key Stage Two gets the children to practise using inverted commas to indicate dialogue that might have been spoken by characters in a traditional tale. The class can explain how dialogue can be used in narrative writing to indicate thoughts and actions of characters.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to practise using inverted commas to indicate dialogue that might have been spoken by characters in a traditional tale

Learning Objectives

Using and punctuating direct speech. Drawing inferences such as inferring characters’ feelings, thoughts and motives from their actions, and justifying inferences with evidence.

Learning Outcomes

I can use inverted commas to punctuate direct speech. I can give reasons for characters actions in a story.

Story Dialogue

Teaching sequence to help the children practise using inverted commas to indicate dialogue that might have been spoken by characters in a traditional tale

Fairy Tales (support)

Activity to help the children practise using inverted commas to punctuate dialogue that might have been spoken by characters in a traditional tale

Fairy Tales (core)

Activity to help the children practise using inverted commas to select and record dialogue that might have been spoken by characters in a traditional tale

Fairy Tales (extension)

Activity to help the children practise using inverted commas to select and record dialogue that might have been spoken by characters in a traditional tale

Story Dialogue

Interactive activity to help the children practise using inverted commas to indicate dialogue that might have been spoken by characters in a traditional tale

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to practise using inverted commas to indicate dialogue that might have been spoken by characters in a traditional tale

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