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WALT identify direct speech and indirect speech.

 

WILF:

  • I can identify direct and indirect speech.
  • I can punctuate direct and indirect speech.

 

We have been learning about how to use speech in our writing. 

Remember to follow these key rules when adding speech:

  • You need speech marks around what is being spoken.  
  • You need a capital letter at the start of the sentences.
  • You need a reporting clause to say who is speaking and how they are saying it. 
  • You need either a comma, exclamation mark, question mark or full stop at the end of what is being spoken.
  • The speech marks must come after the punctuation. 
  • Don't forget a full stop at the end of the whole sentence.

 

Using these rules try and complete the task sheets below.

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Class Dojo
  • Earhart: 274
  • Attenborough: 408
  • Lovelace: 170
  • Pankhurst: 268
  • Parks: 202
  • Owens:
  • Goodall: 434
  • Gandhi: 324
  • Frank: 310
  • Hawking: 526
  • Ali: 308
  • Thunberg: 24
  • Luther-King: 349
  • Kahlo: 190
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