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  1. Quotes and Quotations Hey, did you know that?

  2. Do Now 1: Notes on Quotes • Quotes come in pairs. A. “Wassup!?” Gabe shouted. • Dialogue requires a comma and a capital letter. B. Brendon replied, “Not much, dude.” • Words that are in quotes that are not dialogue do NOT require a capital letter. This shows irony. C. Billy stayed home “sick” since his essay was due. • ALL punctuation goes INSIDE of quotes. • Thoughts that are being continued require commas. D. “Oh my gosh,” said Becky, “did you see her outfit?”

  3. Do Now #2: Practice with simple quotes. Instructions: Correct the following quotes using the rule that quotation marks go before and after the exact words of the speaker. • The truth is powerful and will prevail, said Sojourner truth. • A knowledgeable person once said, the truth will set you free. • I had fajitas for dinner last night, said Saul. • WRITE YOUR OWN DIALOGUE.

  4. Answers – Do Now #2 • “The truth is powerful and will prevail,” said Sojourner truth. • A knowledgeable person once said, “The truth will set you free.” • “I had fajitas for dinner last night,” said Saul.

  5. Do Now #3: A little more complicated. Instructions: Correct the following quotes using the rule that if a quote is interrupted by other words, place the quotation marks around the quoted words only. Use a comma to separate the quotation from the rest of the sentence. • Give me liberty, cried Patrick Henry, or give me death! • I like bowling, said Yulissa, but I also like soccer. • You need to pay attention, warned Ms. Jackson, or pay the consequences. • WRITE YOUR OWN 2 SIDED DIALOGUE.

  6. Answers – Do Now #3 • “Give me liberty,” cried Patrick Henry, “or give me death!” • “I like bowling,” said Yulissa, “but I also like soccer.” • “You need to pay attention,” warned Ms. Jackson, “or pay the consequences.”

  7. Do Now #4: Exclamations and Questions Place the question mark or an exclamation point inside closing quotation marks only if the quotation itself is an exclamation or question. • Haven’t you heard of Sojourner Truth or Patrick Henry questioned Lisa • Get to your battle stations shouted Ender don’t shoot until you see the whites of their eyes • What are you eating for dinner tonight asked Jorge. • WRITE YOUR OWN EXCLAMATION OR QUESTION.

  8. Answers – Do Now #4 • “Haven’t you heard of Sojourner Truth or Patrick Henry?” questioned Lisa • “Get to your battle stations!” shouted Ender,“don’t shoot until you see the whites of their eyes!” • “What are you eating for dinner tonight?” asked Jorge.

  9. Do Now #5: Extended Practice • Queen Elizabeth I ruled a great empire said Marcia. • She told her critics I have the heart and stomach of a king. • Who else had a great impact on a country asked Terry. • Well Ben remarked Mohandas Gandhi inspired a nonviolent revolution in India.

  10. Answers – Do Now #5 • “Queen Elizabeth I ruled a great empire,” said Marcia. • She told her critics, “I have the heart and stomach of a king.” • “Who else had a great impact on a country?” asked Terry. • “Well,” Ben remarked, “Mohandas Gandhi inspired a nonviolent revolution in India.”

  11. Do Now #6: Extended Practice in Essays Correct the quotations in the following paragraph. Teach me how to play chess said Devon. What are these eight small pieces called he questioned. Those pieces Sarah answered, are called pawns. They are the weakest pieces on the chessboard. How about the queen asked Devon. Now, the queen is a different story. She can move in any direction until her path is blocked Sarah explained. Devon reasoned if your queen is captured, I guess you’re in real trouble! Not necessarily Sarah replied.

  12. Answers: Do Now #6 “Teach me how to play chess,” said Devon. “What are these eight small pieces called?” he questioned. “Those pieces,” Sarah answered, “are called pawns. They are the weakest pieces on the chessboard.” “How about the queen?” asked Devon. “Now, the queen is a different story. She can move in any direction until her path is blocked,” Sarah explained. Devon reasoned, “If your queen is captured, I guess you’re in real trouble!” “Not necessarily,” Sarah replied.

  13. Do Now #7:Notes on Quotes in Essays • Always introduce the quote. • If it’s “floating,” it’s confusing to the reader. Why is it there? Who said it? Where did it come from? • There are three ways to introduce the quote. • Write according to or the author’s name stated and quote the author’s statement. • Write when and explain what happened before the author’s statement, write a comma, followed by then and quote the author’s statement. • Start your own sentence and quote the author’s statement like you came up with it.

  14. Do Now #8: Three ways to quote the same evidence from yesterday’s notes. • According to the Spurlock Museum, “A popular idea of death and rebirth was based on the legend of King Osiris, whom the Egyptians believed was killed and dismembered by his jealous brother Seth, reassembled by his faithful wife Isis, and brought back to life by his dutiful son, Horus” (2000). • When King Osiris was supposedly “dismembered by his jealous brother Seth, reassembled by his faithful wife Isis, and brought back to life by his dutiful son, Horus,” then his legend became popular amongst the Egyptians (Spurlock, 2000). • Egyptian legend tells the story of “death and rebirth… based on the legend of King Osiris, whom the Egyptians believed was killed and dismembered by his jealous brother Seth, reassembled by his faithful wife Isis, and brought back to life by his dutiful son, Horus” (Spurlock, 2000).

  15. Do Now #8: Write this quote in each of the three ways to integrate quotes into writing. “The only thing that scares me more than space aliens is the idea that there aren’t any space aliens... I pray we’re not all there is. If so, we’re in big trouble.” – Ellen DeGeneres • Introduce with speaker • When… Then… • Incorporating as your own.

  16. Do Now #9: Write this quote in each of the three ways to integrate quotes into writing. “If a man empties his purse into his head no one can take it away from him. An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.” – Benjamin Franklin • Introduce with speaker • When… Then… • Incorporating as your own.

  17. Do Now #10: Write this quote in each of the three ways to integrate quotes into writing. “There are three things that make a person a writer: inspiration, perspiration, desperation.” – HurlanCoben • Introduce with speaker • When… Then… • Incorporating as your own.