Beginning Dialogues- "Where Are My Glasses?"
In this dialogue instructional activity, 5th graders read a beginning dialogue piece entitled, "Where are my glasses?" They answer 4 multiple choice questions including 2 comprehension questions and 2 vocabulary questions.
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