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In this three-act, fifteen page play, your students will be introduced to the causes of World War Two! This play has creatively broken down the main causes of the war using the mnemonic device W.A.R.: [W]orld War One and Treaty of Versailles [A]ppeasement [R]ise of Authoritarian Regimes Your stu
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This mock trial is a complete unit and includes a lesson plan, a script, glossary, and visual evidence. This mock trial can be used in a class that does not have any background in legal procedures.Feedback on the mock trial posted on the bundle: "I loved getting the kids debating on the issue of Nap
This is a fun play that I created for my 6th grade students, to help them learn about the otherwise sometimes dry history of the Persian Wars, fought between the Greeks and the Persians in Ancient Times. There are 10 scenes, 9 pages of text, and 22 named characters. You can also split up roles for
We remember what we do more than what we hear. I’ve written a handful of skits (student performed dramas) to get my students out of their seats and living history. The scripts are historically accurate (with assignment included) but also have a lot humor. Of course, the most entertaining part is sim
This is an amusing script for a class play revolving around King John and the signing of the Magna Carta. It is loosely based on actual events and examines grievances many barons had with the King, including habeas corpus, taxation, and wartime duties, among others. The script includes 12 characters
We remember what we do more than what we hear. I’ve written a handful of skits (student performed dramas) to get my students out of their seats and living history. The scripts are historically accurate (with assignment included) but also have a lot humor. Of course, the most entertaining part is sim
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand triggered the alliance engagements for World War I, but the story itself is equally (if not more) fascinating.
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Vikings - Readers' Theater Activity Pack: "Snori & the Giant": Snori the Viking would have a lot easier time fetching milk if a giant hadn't just eaten his cow.* * * * * * * * * *This readers' theater activity pack is also available in two different discounted bundles of scripts, activity packs
Seven of Shakespeare's most popular plays edited down for upper elementary and middle school students. These scripts are ready for performance, with an estimated run time of 40-60 minutes. A glossary is included for student or teacher use. I have personally used each of these scripts with my fift
We remember what we do more than what we hear. I’ve written a handful of skits (student performed dramas) to get my students out of their seats and living history. The scripts are historically accurate (with assignment included) but also have a lot humor. Of course, the most entertaining part is sim
This lesson puts the students in the shoes of a friend/family member of an Athenian philosopher. I have a breakdown of the format to successfully write the speech as well as a eulogy for the "recently" deceased Socrates you can use to model the desired outcome for your class.
Use this informative and fun Reader's Theater script to learn about the great Leonardo da Vinci and the Renaissance! There are eleven engaging parts for your students to enjoy, as well as a two supplemental pages of Historical Facts and Vocabulary. Help your students with fluency, reading comprehe
We remember what we do more than what we hear. I’ve written a handful of skits (student performed dramas) to get my students out of their seats and living history. The scripts are historically accurate (with assignment included) but also have a lot humor. Of course, the most entertaining part is sim
Get both plays, Causes of World War One and Causes of World War Two, for a discounted price! This zipped folder contains both of the exciting plays to introduce your scholars to the causes of both World Wars! Both plays introduce mnemonic devices to support understanding: World War One: M.A.I.N. [
Everyone's favorite dating show, Let's Make a Date! Students will be chosen as contestants for this dating show (1 girl, 4 boys). The lucky lady will ask the bachelors various questions about themselves, and then will have to choose one to go on a date with. The catch? She is interviewing 4 diff
Written for AP European History, but can be used for any Middle Ages study. Your students will have a blast learning how the Catholic Church began losing power during the late Middle Ages. Various ideas for using this play include: (1) students can work in small groups of 4 and practice reading
Want your students to experience everyone's favorite Anglo-Saxon epic in a brand-new way? This 34-page adaptation of Beowulf is made up of three 35-minute Reader's Theater script-stories designed for grades 7-12.Each script-story has its own teacher guide with anticipatory questions, relevant backgr
A great writing assessment to review the cause and effect relationship between the Industrial Revolution and the modern era. Focuses on the higher levels of understanding while providing practice for state and national writing assessments.This product is also sold as part of the Industrial Revolutio
This is an original play written to help students identify the reasons Galileo was imprisoned by the church and understand the Church's reasoning. Includes an exit slip to check understanding. Thanks for looking.
This are my lecture notes that I use to guide all my lectures for all 250 required works of art. These can be used in conjunction with my PowerPoints (available for purchase), as well as my Study Guides (available for purchase). A bundle of everything is also available for purchase.Includes:- Full
Is he a noble champion of knightly values or a demented old man? The aged knight Don Quixote is both hilarious and heartbreaking, and his refusal to see the world as it really is can be both inspiring and frightening. His misadventures have become immortal. Ultimately, the story grapples with the qu
The Spark of WWI was the start of WWI. This short two page WWI skit helps students become the beginning of the war. Students will enjoy playing a role whether it is large or small. The skit is short enough to do more than once so every member of the class has a chance to participate.
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Includes:1. Reader's theater script on Columbus: See Sample: Christopher Columbus: A Reader's Theater Script2. Reader's Theater Script on Marco Polo: See Sample: Marco Polo: A Reader's Theater Script3. Age of Discovery web quest: See Sample: Age of Discovery: A WebquestYou may find this resource of
Short skit about Odin, Thor, Heimdall and Loki. Set up as a TV show with a host and some pretty crazy and powerful guests!

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