Says Who? What do these words mean? Talk

Says Who? What do these words mean? Talk

Says Who? What do these words mean? Talk with a partner! taunt attest wail Be prepared to share your predictions with the class! Now lets use context to help uncover the meaning!

Your dress is the ugliest one at the dance, taunted Allison. Theres the killer! the witness attested as she pointed to the defendant. Give me back my toy! the two year old wailed.

How might you revise your predictions? What do these three words have in common? They all are synonyms for said With your partner brainstorm

other words for said How many did you come up with? Here are some more! Argued Added Babbled Claimed Cried Denied Dictated Exclaimed Grunted

moaned Mumbled Proclaimed Ranted Replied Roared Scolded Screamed Stammered Urged warned

Why do authors use different words for said? Independent Reading As you read, look for other ways that the author uses the word said. Record on a think-mark or post it note to share with the class.

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