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Arranged chronologically, offers twenty-four readers theater scripts designed to put students in roles of selected historical figures to experience American history through dramatic readings.
American History Readers Theater provides hours of fluency practice that is grounded in the familiar format of American history and features characters students know and may even admire. The scripts and activities in this resource address standards in reading, speaking, and listening while providing a fun environment for everyone involved. When students practice their lines, they read and reread the same passages. Under your direction, they gradually add more expression, read more smoothly, and find any subtle meanings in the passages. American History Readers Theater also meets the goals of the No Child Left Behind Act through direct instruction in three of five key elements of reading instruction: reading fluency, text comprehension, and vocabulary development.
Present scripts that teach about African American history, starting in Africa before the transatlantic slave trade through to current events, focusing on reading skills improvement and literature-based history learning.
Develop Reading Fluency and Text Comprehension Skills This series of Reader's Theater books provides high-interest scripts featuring everything from amusing fables and fairy tales to inspiring inventors and historical heroes. Each script comes with explicit fluency instruction, a list of key vocabulary, and engaging comprehension activities. Each book describes in simple terms how to direct instruction and coach students as they practice their lines. Each unit can stand alone as fluency instruction or tie in to a related content-area unit. These resources meet instructional objectives as outlined in the
Bring the women who shaped American history to life in the_ classroom! Each script embraces an event or portion of these famous womens lives, and illustrates the contribution that the women made in shaping history in politics, art, sports and medicine. Readers Theatre format empowers students to focus on learning about historical events of the womens lives and bringing those events to life in the classroom. Each play includes a background, presentation suggestions, listing of characters, and follow up activities. The nine women included are: Harriet Tubman, Sacagawea, Susan B. Anthony, Amelia Earhart, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Eleanor Roosevelt, Nellie Bly, Babe Didrikson Zaharias and Elizabeth Blackwell.
This collection has 20 tales in the popular theatre format.
"This book ... presents readers theatre scripts that stimulate children to become active participants in selected science and social studies concepts": p. ix.

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