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Great Explorers Play Age of Exploration
Great Explorers during the Age of Exploration Activity: The Great Explorers PlayIncluded in this resource:• Title page • Classroom Bill: Great Explorers• Great Explorers Play Cast of Characters• Character lines• Applying what I learned/Closing/Summary/Higher Order Thinking Writing assignmentStudents

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Reader's Theater Life In The South During Reconstruction
Reader's Theater is one of the most engaging teaching strategies you can have in your corner! This five character script is designed to not only have your students active and laughing but also to teach about Lincoln's Ten Percent plan, Radical Reconstruction, Carpetbaggers and life during the Recon
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15 MINUTE DRAMA PLAY & UNIT SCRIPT: LI CHI THE SERPENT SLAYER
PART OF A BUNDLECreated for the classroom teacher and easy to produce!This engaging and dramatic play (moderate or large cast depending on your needs) is suitable for students whether studying the country of China, Asia or used in a drama class. Students strengthen their reading (fluency), speaking

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15 MINUTE DRAMA PLAY WITH MUSIC AND UNIT: SEDNA, AN INUIT TALE
PART OF A BUNDLEThis fifteen minute play (moderate or large cast depending on your needs) based on a creation myth is suitable whether studying culture of the Native Americans, Alaskan territory or in a drama class, Students strengthen their reading (fluency), speaking (diction) and listening skil

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Hominid (Early Humans) Rap & Video Demo
How much do kids love to rap? The good news is that while they're having fun they're also learning and moving the information into long-term memory. Use the Homind Rap to introduce and scaffold your entire Early Humans unit. The verses highlight the accomplishments and characteristics of the followi
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Battle of San Jacinto Reader's Theater
Engage your students with the historic facts of The Battle of San Jacinto by having them read and act out a Reader's Theater! This Historical Fiction Drama will liven up Texas History lessons when your students meet Santa Anna, Sam Houston, Juan Seguin and Susanna Dickinson. This is a great additi
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Victory at San Jacinto: Texas History Readers Theater
The Battle of San Jacinto has been called "one of the most decisive battles in the history of the world." Read about how a small Texas army defeated General Santa Anna's forces and gained independence for Texas. Ten reading parts and five illustrations. A readers theater play for the 7th grade Texas
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Black Gold! Texas History Readers Theater
The oil boom has made an impact on the Lone Star State—and the world—for more than a century. This play for 11 readers explores how some of the key players brought the oil boom to Texas more than 120 years ago and changed the state’s economy ever since. Five pages.
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Ancient Israel/Hebrews Rap & Video Demo
Get your kids excited about diving into ancient Israel with this 13-verse rap. The rap covers the major people and events in Israel's ancient history and provides scaffolding for your entire unit. There are two versions of the rap included in the PDF. One has clip art that is geared toward 4-6th gr
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Reader's Theater:   Baseball Heroes Then and Now
Baseball is a sport most children have watched or played. Most, however, are not aware that it is almost 150 years old! In this six person, two page Reader's Theater, students will present information based on real heroes of early baseball history. Several standards based activities accompany this
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The Tale of Johnny Appleseed
This play “The Tale of Johnny Appleseed” is an original play written for use as readers’ theater, as a part of balanced literacy (Read-Aloud, Shared and Performance Reading or Guided Reading), or for an actual play production. In readers’ theater or through one of the balanced literacy approaches
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Reader's Theater Sharecropping in the American South
If you're looking for an fun and engaging way to teach sharecropping, look no further! This six character Reader's Theater script is designed to teach children about the sharecropping system and the problems that arose from it, but in a way that engages them and makes them laugh. Hidden in the hum
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The Great Depression and New Deal SKIT (Script)
This skit / script was created with an 11th grade US History course in mind, but could be used in high school World History as well as middle school. Students act out the skit (multiple students -- 12 -- needed for this skit) and do the learning without teacher involvement (just observation). This
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Paul Revere Song (To the tune of "Party Rock")
This song hits a LOT of what 3rd graders need to know about Paul Revere in Social Studies. They love singing it and it seems to make the information stick!
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Remember Goliad! Texas History Readers Theater
Learn how the Mexican army brutally killed Texan rebels at Goliad--and infuriated the colonists against General Santa Anna. An interactive and entertaining readers theater play for 14 readers. Four illustrations. Remember Goliad by Lisa Tang is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommer
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Tuskegee Airmen: A Reader's Theater Script(A Visit with...)
Learn about the Tuskegee Airmen with this play. The format is a Ms. Bie Ografee's Talk Show Series where the studio audience asks questions of Charles A. Anderson, one of the Tuskegee Airman. Audience members ask questions of the guest.Included are Did You Know? facts, comprehension questions, a te

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Virginia Studies: Partner Play
Partner scripts are the perfect blend of fluency work and comprehension (Close Reading strategies).This partner script set for two voices targets Virginia Studies through highlighting many of the tourism sites in our state. The reading level of the two parts should work for most fourth and fifth gra
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Reader's Theater Pre American Revolution Historical Wife Swap by K Hagy
Though this script is designed for an 8th grade South Carolina History class, it would still be useful for teaching the reasons some people supported the Loyalist or Tories, while others supported the Patriot cause. It would also work for teaching students the differences in the lifestyle of the u
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Reader's Theater Grades 4 - 6
Your 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students will relive history as they read this stirring story of children who had to travel on the Underground Railroad. Join the Callon family as they secretly shelter the runaway children in their barn. Mr. Callon, who pretends to be a Nightrider so he can gain crucial
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Social Studies Play about New York
This is an incredible play about a teacher who takes her class to NYC on a walking tour from the Statue of Liberty through the Bronx and even Queens! Each landmark has an original poem that uses real facts about each place - including how many steps are in the Statue of Liberty, and how many home r
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American Revolution: Who was the Greatest American Revolutionary?
This is a role playing panel discussion/debate involving 9 American Revolutionaries including such people as George Washington, Ben Franklin, Abigail Adams, and James Armistead. Each Revolutionary attempts to persuade the audience that they should be considered the Greatest American Revolutionary. E
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Reader's Theater- Writing-Sumerian Achievements
This reader's theater script was created for a class of 28. It is the introduction to Sumerian Achievements, specifically writing (cuneiform). The script depicts 4 different scenarios: Society without writing, society developing writing (pictographs), society with cuneiform and lastly, writing in so
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Your Community
“Your Community” Play Script and Lessons It is time to bring drama to the classroom and teach social studies through drama! Ask any adult if they were ever in a school play and without a doubt, they will remember their participation. So, wouldn’t be a good idea to tie learning to that memorable
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Juan Ponce de Leon Readers Theater Skit Printable!
Perfect for introducing Ponce de Leon to your learners in an interactive way! This includes speaking roles for five students, but would be a great way to bring Language Arts into the Social Studies classroom.
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