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Reader's Theater Script "Everyman" + Lessons Middle & High School
Medieval drama has never been this fun - share a taste of Medieval European culture and drama with your students, both middle school and secondary! With this purchase, you will receive BOTH the PLAY and lesson materials for a cross-curricular history and ELA experience. This product is also availabl

Also included in: Reader's Theater Teen Bundle: 4 Scripts with Lessons + Resources, Middle & High

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Scripts: The Canterbury Tales reader's theater
Short modern English versions of four of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales plus graphic organizers, extension ideas, links to internet resources and a rubric for grading. These are perfect for drama clubs, literature circles, an introduction to the Middle Ages or for concluding a unit on British literatur
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Fall of Rome and Rise of Middle Ages A Play
The purpose of this activity is to help students identify and understand the causes and effects of the Fall of the Roman empire. Students will participate in a play in which the Roman emperor continually taxes his people into poverty and then enslaves those unable to pay. Students will understand h
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Marco Polo: A Reader's Theater Script(Explorer)
Use this informative Reader's Theater Script to learn about Marco Polo. Marco Polo helped to start the Age of Discovery with his book on his adventures to China. The fun/informative play uses the format of Marco Polo being a guest on a talk show and the studio audience asks questions about his life

Also included in: Age of Discovery:A BUNDLE of Resources!

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Black Death: A Visit with Simon, A Victim of the Black Death(script)
Use this informative Reader's Theater Script to learn about the Black Death, a disease that killed almost 1/2 the population of Europe in its worst outbreak(1347-1351). The fun/informative play uses the format of Simon, a victim of the Black Death, being a guest on Ms. Bie Ografee's talk show and th
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Historian's Court: People of England Versus King John (Magna Carta)
This highly entertaining and engaging mock trial will reinforce any lesson on the events leading up to and surrounding the creation of the Magna Carta. Students will create a courtroom and decide how King John will be remembered in history. I have successfully used this lesson with students in 3rd t
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Exploration Talk Show Reader's Theatre Script with Graphic Organizer & Rubric
What a FUN way to get students involved in history! This can be done as a Common Core interactive reading lesson or as a class play. This content rich theater script or class script is student centered, interactive and easy to use! The script cast includes Spanish Conquistadors Cortes and Pizarro, I
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The Case of the Missing Crown: A Medieval Times Play
A historical fiction play set in Medieval Europe for children ages 8-12. Written for 22 characters but easily adaptable for larger or smaller groups.
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King John and The Magna Carta: The (Kind Of) Historically Accurate Story
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
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Medieval themed script for readers theater, short play or puppet show
Do you need a short versatile play that can easily include many children at varying ability levels? Do you need something that your speakers of other languages or your very shy kids will be able to participate in? Then this is the script for you! (...and there is SCREAMING... as you know all kids se

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Dr. Phil Interviews the Law Givers of the Middle Ages
This play creates a talk show between Justinian, Henry II, and King John. The purpose of the play is to help students understand the reforms of Common Law and the Magna Carta. Also, students will understand the Twelve Tables were the basis of Europe's laws. Additionally, students will identify so
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Islamic Empire Ali Baba & the Caliphs Talk Show
On today's episode of the Ali Baba Talk Show...the caliphs are back from the dead and ready to share details about their lives and how they ruled the Islamic Empire. The PDF file includes 1) teacher instructions to let you know what to do ahead of time in order to prepare 2) scripts for each of t
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Readers Theater: The Great Schism (Papal Schism/Middle Ages)
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
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Age of Discovery/ Exploration Reader's Theater
This resource is a 5-Act, 25-role reader's theater script for the Age of Discovery/ Exploration! This product covers famous European explorers and their discoveries in North and South America. Reader's Theater is an engaging instructional strategy for middle grade students that allows them to act ou

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Trending: Magna Carta
The 800th anniversary of Magna Carta makes it even more important than ever that students understand its meaning to democratic governments around the world. Reading or presenting this short skit engages students with some of Magna Carta’s most enduring concepts and introduces its key players. Mean
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Dr. Phil Interviews Galileo, The Inquisitor, The Pope, and a NASA Scientist
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.
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Charlemagne: Thank you letter from Pope Leo III
This lesson uses the R.A.F.T. principle---Role, audience, format, topic. The students take on the role of Pope Leo III inviting Charlemagne to join him on Christmas day to receive the Holy Roman crown. I included a sample of student work that is fabulous. Personally, this lesson even helped ME (
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The Magna Carta
Short skit and activity that teaches how the Magna Carta came about. Skit is about 10 minutes long with activity (10 minutes).
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Middle Ages Reader's Theater {Leveled Parts}
Three leveled reader’s theaters that describe various aspects of the Middle Ages civilization and culture. The first play, Journey to a Medieval Village, explores various jobs in a medieval village. The second, At the Tournament, has a young girl enjoying herself at a medieval tournament. The third
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Everyman - the morality play
The morality plays of the late 15th Century were used, especially by the church, to inform and direct the public about moral virtue and conscience. This file contains an original script of Everyman (The Summoning of Everyman), a close translation and a contemporary version which means that a close s
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Class Assembly - The Spanish Armada - Ages 8-11 - Duration 20mins+
A humorous look at the precursors to the Spanish Armada, focusing upon Philip 2nd's many grievances against Elizabeth I. The focus is upon entertainment (of the school/parents) although there is plenty of educational information behind the jokes. This is a word document including a list of charact
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Geronimo Stilton's Journey Through Time: Medieval Mission Reader's Theater
This is a reader's theater script adapted from the book, Geronimo Stilton: Journey Through Time: Medieval Mission.Geronimo and his friends travel back in time to help set things right in the days of King Arthur and Camelot. It is an easy to follow 12 page script that kids will enjoy reading and a
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Medieval Scripts for readers theater, short play or puppet show BUNDLE
This medieval script bundle can be used in many ways to support your medieval unit! The various plays can simply be used as readers theater scripts. They could also be used in writing instruction/modeling. Three of the stories include both a script and narrative version of the story. However the mos
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Medieval Japan Feudal Hierarchy SKIT
Students enjoy taking on the roles of emperor, shogun, daimyo, samurai, and peasant when performing in this skit on the Medieval Japan Feudal Hierarchy that I wrote. (I even have students dress up in costumes I created out of construction paper!) The skit basically teaches students the roles and r
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