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Teacher Created Resources® US History Readers' Theater Book, Grades 5th - 8th
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Teacher Created Resources® US History Readers' Theater Book, Grades 5th - 8th

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  • Age group and grade: Ages 9 - teens and grades 5th - 8th
  • Why use readers theater in history classes, format gives students a sense of involvement with the human dramas that make up history
  • Author: Robert W. Smith
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Teacher Created Resources
Teacher Created Resources® US History Readers' Theater Book, Grades 5th - 8th
Product Description
Why use Readers' Theater in history classes? The format gives students a sense of involvement with the human dramas that make up history

Teacher Created Resources® "US History Readers' Theater" Book is ideal for grades 5 - 8 and gives students a sense of involvement with human dramas that make up history. Book with 112 pages has 15 scripts that are followed by extension activities.

  • Age group and grade: Ages 9 - teens and grades 5th - 8th
  • Why use readers theater in history classes, format gives students a sense of involvement with the human dramas that make up history
  • Author: Robert W. Smith
  • Number of pages: 112
  • Format: paperback
  • Performers can relate to the tension of a young married couple escaping from slavery to freedom
  • Each of the 15 scripts in each book is accompanied by background information, extension activities (including literature connections) and discussion questions
  • They can get a glimpse of the extraordinary creativity and imagination of Leonardo da Vinci, Isaac Newton, and the impressionist painters, as well as experience tons of other worldy adventures
  • They can imagine the terror of wading through the water at Omaha Beach as bullets strike their buddies
  • They can visualize Hugh Glass crawling across rocks and cactus on his 100 mile journey to safety
Specifications
School Grade Junior High
Age Set Ages 9 +
Audience Students
Media Format Printed Book
Education Subject Matter School Grade
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