More Readers Theatre for Beginning Readers

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More Readers Theatre for Beginning Readers contains thirty all new scripts organized into three sections with ten scripts each for grades one, two, and three as analyzed by the Flesch Kincaid readability formula. As with Readers Theatre for Beginning Readers, each script includes suggestions for props, presentation, and the like. For the first section, more choral and/or group responses is included, with particular emphasis on rhyme and repetition.

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Overview

More Readers Theatre for Beginning Readers contains thirty all new scripts organized into three sections with ten scripts each for grades one, two, and three as analyzed by the Flesch Kincaid readability formula. As with Readers Theatre for Beginning Readers, each script includes suggestions for props, presentation, and the like. For the first section, more choral and/or group responses is included, with particular emphasis on rhyme and repetition.

After more than a decade in print, Readers Theatre for Beginning Readers continues to outsell all comparable books on Readers Theatre. More RTBR capitalizes on both the popularity of Readers Theatre for Beginning Readers and the emphasis on fluency due to the recommendations of the National Reading Panel. Further, the fact that many classrooms now have ESL students or struggling readers provides a demand for more easy scripts. The introduction includes a brief overview of how to get started with Readers Theatre, with particular attention to the needs of young students. Thirty new scripts are organized into 3 sections with ten scripts each for grades one, two, and three as analyzed by the Flesch Kincaid readability formula. As with RTBR, each script includes suggestions for props, presentation, and the like. For the first section, more choral and/or group responses is included with particular emphasis on rhyme and repetition. Grades K-2.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781591583639
  • Publisher: Libraries Unlimited
  • Publication date: 5/30/2006
  • Series: Readers Theatre
  • Pages: 152
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

SUZANNE I. BARCHERS Ed.D., has written fifty books, ranging from college textbooks to children's books. (See books and other readers theatre scripts at storycart.com.) Currently the Editor in Chief and Vice President of Leapfrog, she has served as a public school teacher, an affiliate faculty for the University of Colorado, Denver, an acquisitions editor for Teacher Ideas Press, and Managing Editor at Weekly Reader. She also serves on the PBS Kids Media Advisory Board and is a past member of the board of directors for the Association of Educational Publishers (EdPress).

CHARLA R. PFEFFINGER received her bachelor of science degree in elementary education and her master's degree in reading from Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois. Mrs. Pfeffinger was an educator in Illinois for twenty-two years before retiring. She has been a contributing author to Learning magazine, Storycart Press, and the author of A Teen's Book of Lists, Holiday Readers Theatre and Character Counts! Promoting Character Education: Readers Theatre.

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Table of Contents

Introduction

The Two Frogs

Bear, The

Frank and the Giant

The Fish in the Tree

The Little Green Frog

Bobino

Cat and Mouse, Friends Forever

The Flower Queen's Daughter

The Proud Apple Branch

The Three Brothers

King Frost

The Lute Player

Clever Maria

The Enchanted Prince

The Hazelnut Child

Blockhead Hans

The Glass Mountain

Big Klaus and Li]tle Klaus

Lizzie and the Cats

The Monkey Prince

The Soldiers and the Dragon

Boots and His Brothers

Martin and the Magic Ring

The Steadfast Tin Solodier

The Young Man and His Cat

Index

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