Identifying Dialog Characters (if any) in your Script

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This page explains how to identify dialog characters in your lesson script. As such, it's only applicable to scripts which contain two or more characters. If your script doesn't match this description you can skip this page.

  • If you are creating a script as part of a Language Collaborative project, please follow the guidelines for identifying dialog characters in our Formatting Standards.
  • If you are creating a script for yourself or for some other organization you may want to follow these standards, or you may prefer to create your own format - the choice is yours.


If you have questions about the lesson creation process, please contact us on our Creating Lessons forum. We're here to help.

What's Next?

Next we explain how to set up the folders on your computer that you'll use to create and publish lessons.


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