Readers' Theater: Grade 6

Readers' Theater: Grade 6

by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
     
 

Each Readers’ Theater volume includes 15 ready-to-read scripts for class productions. A reproducible program allows you to easily list cast members and their roles. A teacher’s page for each selection helps build background and vocabulary. Follow-up activities provide practice with grade-level skills in math, language arts, social studies, and science. … See more details below

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Each Readers’ Theater volume includes 15 ready-to-read scripts for class productions. A reproducible program allows you to easily list cast members and their roles. A teacher’s page for each selection helps build background and vocabulary. Follow-up activities provide practice with grade-level skills in math, language arts, social studies, and science. Assessment forms are included. All your students can shine thanks to the flexible casting options provided in Readers’ Theater. To support struggling and emergent readers, cast two or more students in each role; the extra support of choral reading can make an important difference for many students. Refer to the Readers’ Theater Table of Contents to see how you can connect each of the 15 read-aloud scripts to key content from the Grade 2 curriculum.The 15 Grade 2 Readers’ Theater scripts are as follow: “John Chapman”—two pioneer children meet Johnny Appleseed, “Crow’s Potlatch”—a Salish trickster tale to spark a discussion of values, “Earth’s Seven Continents”—a rhyming script brings Earth to life, “Febold Feboldson Saves Nebraska from Drought”—a Midwestern tall tale, “The Statue of Liberty”—this script takes you to Lady Liberty’s unveiling, “The Foolish Little Hare: A Fable”—India’s version of “Chicken Little” , “Don’t Forget Zero”—a contemporary script with a numerical cast, “How Anansi Brought Stories to Earth”—starring a favorite African trickster, “The Little Pollinators”—a close-up look atpollination in process, “George Washington Carver”—spells out this notable African American’s contributions to science, “The Giant Squash and the Erie Canal”—an unusual tall tale, “Lion Dancer”—a contemporary script about the value of traditions and family, “How Beetle Got Her Jeweled Coat”—a pour quoi tale from Brazil, “The Lost Kitten”—a drama to spark discussion of values and character, “Our Solar System”—the heavenly bodies speak in this rhyming script

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781557998958
Publisher:
Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
Publication date:
01/01/2003
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
8.46(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.43(d)

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