Readers' Theatre Book 2 Middle Primary

Author: M. Cheney & H. Firek, Publisher: Blake Education
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9781920826314
Reader's Theatre is not a fully-staged production with sets, costumes and dramatic action performed by actors who memorise lines from a script.  Instead, a readers' theatre performance is a dramatic reading, just as its name suggests.  Readers are usually seated, reading from a script that is held in their hands or placed on a music stand in front of them. There may be minimal use of costumes or props, such as hats, a sceptre or crown, or a simple backdrop to provide a suggestion of the setting and characters that the readers hope to bring to life for the audience during their dramatic reading.
  
Readers' Theatre offers all the enrichment of traditional theatre productions, but without the logistical challenges that come with designing and building sets and creating costumes. Students are spared the stress of having to memorise lines, and can instead focus on developing a strong dramatic reading of the script.
  
Contents of Readers' Theatre Middle Primary Book 2:

 - Introduction
 - Assessment
   Pre-performance Checklist
   Performance Review Template
   Assessing Oral Presentations
 - Scripts and Activities
   Louis Pasteur: A Scientist Serving Humanity (Biography, Language Arts, Science)
   The Girls on the Round Table (Character Education, Language Arts, Science)
   Crocodiles: The Ultimate Survivors (Language Arts, Science)
   An Underwater Web of Life (Language Arts, Science)
   A Career in Science (Language Arts, Science)
   The Time keepers (Languages Arts, Maths Social Studies)
   How Animals got their Beautiful Coats (African Traditions)
   The Chance of a Lifetime (Language Arts, Maths)
   The Emporer's New Clothes (Character Education, Language Arts)
   The Boy Who Drew Cats (Japanese Traditions, Language Arts)
   The Story of the Chestnut Tree (Language Arts, Science)
- Answer Key
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