Quotations go around dialog, “You’re the best teacher, ever,” said Julie. They’re also used to set out terminology (usually as an indication the writer/character is being sarcastic: That guy was a real “winner.”
Things to remember—make sure the quotes face the correct way (this font doesn’t allow for me to give an example, but open quotes (looks like a backward comma) to start dialog, close quote to end the dialog).
Also remember that the speaker’s words are considered a paragraph. So, not:
“Dad, where did I put my sneakers?” “On the counter,” said Dad.
“Dad, where did I put my sneakers?”
“On the counter,” said Dad.