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Direct and Indirect Speech Posters

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Amazing Man helps students to learn what both direct and indirect speech entails as well as providing examples on how they can use it themselves.

Grasping the concept of direct speech can be somewhat challenging, but indirect speech is even trickier for kids! Use these posters as a visual reference to remind kids what each function is and how they can use it effectively in their writing.

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  • ACELA1494

    Investigate how quoted (direct) and reported (indirect) speech work in different types of textElaborationsinvestigating examples of quoted (direct) speech (‘He said, “I’ll go to the park today”’) and reported (indirect) speec...

  • ACELA1492

    Recognise how quotation marks are used in texts to signal dialogue, titles and quoted (direct) speechElaborationsexploring texts to identify the use of quotation marks (Skills: Literacy, Critical and Creative Thinking)experimenting with the use of qu...

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Is there a new font ready?

Amy · May 11th, 2017

We have updated this resource, Amy. Please feel free to download the refreshed design! 🙂

Scott (Teach Starter) · Jun 28th, 2017

I am unable to download this resource in a different font. I saw your above comment that you had created an updated version. Is it still available?
Thank you

Gemma Neal · Feb 18th, 2017

I would love this in a different font please? Or a choice of fonts.

Kelly-Ann Cumming · Oct 12th, 2015

Hi Kelly-Ann,

Thank you for your comment… and your patience! This was one of our first ever resources, so it took a little bit of digging around to find the file we needed to edit.

Please feel free to download the updated version now, with a more generic, non-school based font.

If you have any further questions, please let me know. As always, I’m happy to help!

Kind regards,
Scott

· Nov 18th, 2015

Resource Updates

  • Amended from upper case to lower case.

    Change by Nikki (Teach Starter) Sep 12th, 2017

  • Updated design - generic font.

    Change by Jill (Teach Starter) Jun 28th, 2017

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