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Aztec Plays for the Classroom
     

Aztec Plays for the Classroom

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by Eric Burnett
 
A must-have for any teacher wanting to integrate social studies and language arts through the world of the Aztecs.

Written to integrate social studies and language arts, Aztec Plays for the Classroom will take your students back to the world of the Aztecs and provide them an outlet for their enthusiasm. The four plays - "Cinderhoatl", "Jackotl and the Cornstalk",

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A must-have for any teacher wanting to integrate social studies and language arts through the world of the Aztecs.

Written to integrate social studies and language arts, Aztec Plays for the Classroom will take your students back to the world of the Aztecs and provide them an outlet for their enthusiasm. The four plays - "Cinderhoatl", "Jackotl and the Cornstalk", "Rumpelcatchacoldal", and "The Three Little Aztecs" - have been adapted from classic fairy tales and include numerous historical facts from the Aztec era. The thirty character parts vary in length and difficulty, and will motivate even the most passive learner. Not only will your class and your audience stay entertained and focused, they will also be learning a ton about Aztec society. The level of information and kid-friendly word choice make these plays suitable for grades three through eight and a fifty question comprehension assessment is included.

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ISBN-13:
9780595204311
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
04/28/2003
Pages:
60
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.14(d)

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Aztec Plays for the Classroom 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Written to integrate social studies and language arts, Aztec Plays for the Classroom will take your students back to the world of the Aztecs and provide them an outlet for their enthusiasm. The four plays - 'Cinderhoatl', 'Jackotl and the Cornstalk', 'Rumpelcatchacoldal', and 'The Three Little Aztecs' - have been adapted from classic fairy tales and include numerous historical facts from the Aztec era. The thirty character parts vary in length and difficulty, and will motivate even the most passive learner. Not only will your class and your audience stay entertained and focused, they will also be learning a ton about Aztec society. The level of information and kid-friendly word choice make these plays suitable for grades three through eight and a fifty question comprehension assessment is included.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just saw these plays performed in a classroom last week and I loved them. The kids laughed a lot and were able to follow the whole storyline. The author took familiar fairy tales and translated them into Aztec themes packed with teaching material. The quiz questions make for a perfect follow up. In my own teaching experience, I have found very little creative material for Aztec study. So if you are studying the Aztecs and want to something beyond the typical dry stuff, you definately want these plays.