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Dialogues for the English Education and Language Arts Classroom

Engage your English and Language Arts students in dialogues – with content written as interesting conversations, student read, act, communicate and listen as they take on the role of one of the two characters in the dialogue while learning English content. Get students out of their passive mode and into a highly productive lesson using dialogues. Each book contains a section focusing on how to use dialogues in the classroom. Used in regular or flipped classrooms, also used for homework reading, for ESL, or ELL to improve reading and language skills, and for home schooling. Make sure your classroom or library has these exciting resources.

 

English Volume 1

198 pages, 48 dialogues – Example topics include: adjective, apostrophe, colon, comma used in a series, comma with conjunction, exclamation mark, noun, parenthesis, pronoun, question mark, quotation mark, semicolon, sentence and period, verb, alliteration, allusion, assonance, consonance, euphony and cacophony, hyperbole, irony, metaphor and simile, motif, onomatopoeia, parallelism, personification, fiction and non-fiction, flashback, foreshadowing, mood, plot and conflict, dramatic structure, exposition and inciting incident, rising action and climax, falling action and resolution, audience, paraphrase, setting, point of view, and more.

Examples:
1.4 Comma Used in a Series
2.1 Alliteration
2.9 Simile and Metaphor
3.12 Falling Action and Resolution
4.4 Point of View

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English Volume 2

156 pages, 46 dialogues – Example topics include: abusing literature aids, alliteration, allusions, annotating texts, imagery, literal vs figurative, motifs in literature, multiple interpretations, Shakespeare part 1 and 2, prose, reading aloud, structure vs interpretive clue, appositives and appositive phrases, the ellipsis, misplaced modifiers, parentheses, pronouns and their antecedents, semi colon, verb tense agreement, beyond the five-paragraph essay, elaboration and focus, embedding quotes, logical fallacies – false dilemma, argumentation and hominem, circular reasoning, hasty generalization, rhetorical appeals, significant closings, the thesis statement, and more.

Examples:
1.12 Oxymoron and Paradox
2.5 Pronouns and Their Antecedents
3.4 Embedding Quotes
3.6 Logical Fallacies False Dilemma
4.3 Evaluating Credible Sources

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Using Dialogues in the English Classroom: A How-To With Examples for Middle and Secondary English and Language Arts Teacher Preparation and Professional Development. Download and see the power of using the dialogues strategy, and find the many dialogues that will fit into your units of study. Use this book to teach future teachers about using dialogues in the classroom, or share with colleagues at conference presentations, school or district professional development sessions.

Includes:
* Table of Contents, Abstracts for Both English Books
* How-To Use Dialogues in the English Classroom
* Example Dialogues (from Volume 1 and Volume 2)

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Dialogues – School Set

This 9 piece School Set Includes Dialogues For: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth and Space, Physical Science, American History 1492-1856 and 1865-2010, English 1 and English 2.

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