Writing Dialogue Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: W.4.3.B

Core Standard

When we are writing about a conversation this exchange is referred to as dialogue. The conversation can between just two people or a whole crowd. Theater roots itself entirely in dialogue. The actual speech in written form is encased in quotation marks. These marks let the reader know that these are words that were spoken out loud. Otherwise, these words could have just been a thought. Most authors will choose to present a story in the form of dialogue to help reveal more about the personality of the character and to help bring a more realistic story to their readers. This also allows the author to step outside of the characters and let them display their own emotions. These worksheets can help students learn to write dialogue on their own.









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