Building Fluency with Readers Theatre: Motivational Strategies, Successful Lessons and Dynamic Scripts to Develop Fluency, Comprehension, Writing and Vocabulary
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Building Fluency with Readers Theatre: Motivational Strategies, Successful Lessons and Dynamic Scripts to Develop Fluency, Comprehension, Writing and Vocabulary

by Anthony D. Fredericks
     
 

This new title from well-known readers theatre author Tony Fredericks is designed to offer librarians and teachers specific information and detailed guidelines on how to begin (and continue) with readers theatre - specifically how it can be used to promote fluency. Practical information about how to advocate for the use of readers theatre as part of your weekly

Overview

This new title from well-known readers theatre author Tony Fredericks is designed to offer librarians and teachers specific information and detailed guidelines on how to begin (and continue) with readers theatre - specifically how it can be used to promote fluency. Practical information about how to advocate for the use of readers theatre as part of your weekly schedule is featured, as is what to tell your principal about using readers theatre.

Chapters include the theory and practice behind the use of reader's theatre to promote reading fluency and other language arts skills as well as practical advice in integrating readers theatre with the daily language arts instruction schedule, including model schedules to include guided reading, literature circles and other current instructional methodologies. Grades K-8.

This new title from well-known readers theatre author Tony Fredericks is designed to offer librarians and teachers specific information and detailed guidelines on how to begin (and continue) with readers theatre - specifically how it can be used to promote fluency and the five other Reading First principles. Practical information about how to advocate for the use of readers theatre as part of your weekly schedule is featured as is what to tell your principal about using readers theatre.

Chapters include the theory and practice behind the use of readers theatre to promote reading fluency and other language arts skills as well as practical advice in integrating readers theatre with the daily language arts instruction schedule, including model schedules to include guided reading, literature circles and other current instructional methodologies. Featuring lesson plans, model scripts, and information about how to adapt and write scripts for student use, this will be an invaluable tool for teachers beginning or trying to sustain the use of readers theatre in their classroom. Grades K-8.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781591587330
Publisher:
ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
Publication date:
09/30/2008
Series:
Readers Theatre Series
Pages:
236
Product dimensions:
8.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Anthony D. Fredericks has written many books for Teacher Ideas Press. He is Professor of Education, York College, York, Pennsylvania, and the author of more than 50 teacher resource books, as well as 20 award-winning children's books.

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