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Writer's Workshop Writing Dialogue: Night of the Twisters
In this writing worksheet, learners learn proper punctuation and sentence variety as they write a dialogue pertaining to events in Night of the Twisters. Students read the information about how to use quotation marks, then write their dialogue.
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