What The Children Saw

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What The Children Saw, a skit, short story and song kit derived from the musical, The Passion According to Kids is designed as a stand-alone performance and teaching vehicle for Lent. The skit, a 5 minute drama permits us to witness the crucifixion of Jesus through the eyes of two adolescents, a Jewish girl and a Roman boy whose father just happens to be the Roman Centurion in charge of the terrible event. The drama then deals with their horrified reactions. The story however, fleshes out these two characters and...
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What The Children Saw

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Overview

What The Children Saw, a skit, short story and song kit derived from the musical, The Passion According to Kids is designed as a stand-alone performance and teaching vehicle for Lent. The skit, a 5 minute drama permits us to witness the crucifixion of Jesus through the eyes of two adolescents, a Jewish girl and a Roman boy whose father just happens to be the Roman Centurion in charge of the terrible event. The drama then deals with their horrified reactions. The story however, fleshes out these two characters and lets the reader learn what occurred a few days afterwards when they meet again in the marketplace. Finally, the song, "The Clouds Wept Tears of Rain," is a simple minor key round which includes teaching ideas for musical accompaniment, instructions for interpretation via American Sign Language and an opportunity to unite children and adults in a simple but effective and inclusive multi-media activity or performance project.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781936815784
  • Publisher: Yawn''s Books & More
  • Publication date: 2/4/2013
  • Pages: 42
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.09 (d)

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Deb Gerace has been writing for youth as a way to hook kids’ interest in the classroom ever since she began teaching, many years ago. “What The Children Saw” is her first published-in-print book. She hopes to publish the full “A Kid’s Passion” soon, and has another e-book, “The Girl Who Galloped” for adolescents available on Amazon.com. Deb was the Artist-in-Residence at Glacier National Park in 2008 and her educational songs about the nature of the park can be found by Googling Glacier songs.
Visit Deb at actingoutplays.wordpress.com
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