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An Interview with George Washington
This reader’s theater script will have your students learning all about President George Washington and they will be working on their reading fluency at the same time. This reader's theater script is free and is one of 6 scripts of different Presidents in my Meet the Presidents pack. The Meet the
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American Revolution Skit--Britain's Point of View
This script is a fun addition to any American Revolution unit. Give students the chance to experience Britain's point of view in the Revolution through a courtroom themed play. Focuses on taxes and the Stamp Act. This is all factual information that you don't see in textbooks very often. Fun to get
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Declaration of Independence Reader's Theater FREEBIE
In this short play, students will learn about the history of the writing of the Declaration of Independence. The Declaration of Independence Reader's Theater is a perfect addition to the Civics or U.S. History curriculum in middle school or high school. Included in this resource: 1. 3 page script f
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Reader's Theater:  13 Colonies-Life in a New England Colony!
Bring key characteristics of the 13 colonies to life with this FREEBIE Reader’s Theater script featuring the New England Colonies! This is part of a leveled set of 3 reader’s theater featuring the New England, Middle, and Southern colonial way of life plus additional comparison activities! This fr
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"9/11 Heroes" Readers Theater for Patriot Day
"9/11 Heroes" by Carol Montgomery A Partner Play or Choral Readers Theater A short, primary level, Readers Theatre script for Patriot Day from Readers Theater All Year™ remembering heroes of Sept. 11, 2001. This script should work with mature 1st-3rd graders and ESL or ELL students. Benefits: •
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Black History Month Poem - Ruby Showed the Way
Ruby Bridges was only six. People tried to hit her with sticks. Hateful words at her thrown Hate to all with her skin tone. The first stanza of an original poem written for a Black History Month program. Can also be used as an introduction to a unit on the Civil Rights Movement, Ruby Bridges or
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Cesar Chavez: Sí, Se Puede, A Partner Play Freebie #kindnessnation
This partner play introduces students to the life and contributions of Cesar Chavez through an engaging medium. Pair students up and have them choose a part to read and build fluency and comprehension. Partner plays are a great way to expose students to new content information in a fun format!Cesar
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Cold War Student Performances
This assignment will have every student in your class reading, writing, and performing the events of the Cold War. The assignment includes detailed directions/expectations, questions for all students to answer, particular group questions, and the readings necessary for success. The first six pages i
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"Never, Never, Never Forget 9/11" Readers Theater with Thinking Questions
"Never, Never, Never Forget 9/11" Readers Theater with Thinking Questions 
Original Script by Carol Montgomery "Never, Never, Never Forget 9/11"  honors heroes as we remember the attacks and the lives lost on September 11, 2001.  This powerful script, told from the eyewitness Lady Liberty, includes
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Events Leading to the Revolutionary War Free Reader's Theater: Boston Massacre
Events Leading to the Revolutionary War Free Reader's Theater: Boston Massacre This is a free sample of one of the scripts included in my Reader’s Theater Pack: Events Leading to the Revolutionary War. The script is short, giving a quick overview of the Boston Massacre. It is written for 3 student
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Reader's Theater Play - Declaration: Jefferson's Declaration of Independence
A reader's theater is a fun way to engage students in a play. This one has plenty of historical authenticity (I've used many exact quotes), actions, and the timeline. However, it's also simple enough to be understood by any and all learners. In addition, I employ slang and make Roger Sherman a very
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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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American Revolution-Literacy & Dramatic Interpretation
Differentiate and enrich your students who need a more challenging activity during your American Revolution unit. They will write a dramatic interpretation of the important events leading up the Revolutionary War. The packet includes detailed instructions for students, important vocabulary to be
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Emancipation Proclamation Debate:  Lincoln's Advisors Argue It Out
It is the height of the Civil War. Thousands have died. There seems no end in sight. Opposition to the war is growing in the north. And Abraham Lincoln is considering a new front in the war: fighting slavery itself, the Confederacy's peculiar institution which at the core of every conflict betw
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Middle Colonies Simulation
This simulation allows your students to step into the shoes of an 18th century colonist living in Philadelphia, PA. As students discuss and discover the different roles living in this town simulation, they will come to learn what types of people and occupations exist there. They will also be guided
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Trouble at Jamestown Classroom Play
Goes with Jamestown PowerPoint Lesson. Short classroom role play depicting settlers at Jamestown, Pocahontas, and John Smith.
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Constitutional Convention Readers Theater
This is a good review readers theater or dramatic reading for students who recently learned about the Constitutional Convention. It talks about the three branches of government, the great compromise, the 3/5 compromise, and the need for a stronger central government following the Revolutionary War.
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Boston Massacre
This lesson teaches about the Boston Massacre. Includes events leading up to and outcome. Students will actually be doing a small skit, which is counted as a performance assessment.
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SOME PRESIDENTS DISCUSS THE CONSTITUTION
Presidents George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, William Howard Taft, and John F Kennedy use a roundtable discussion to explain the Constitution to other children. Designed as an in-class reading for social studies, it could also be presented as a brief play for Parent-T
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Summer Daze
An elementary/middle school play which is Social Studies-based. It's about a young student who travels back in time to 'help' a famous American with his or her famous moment in history, all without being discovered. The first four scenes must remain intact as they provide the background for the rest
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A play about the Great Depression
great depression, Hooverville, stock market crash, Franklin D. Roosevelt, dust bowl, Teacher Tracy's Treasures
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Louisiana Purchase Play
Play script to wrap up your unit on the Louisiana Purchase
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American History Reader's Theatre - Our American Beginnings Sample Product
When I used to teach History/Social Studies I was always looking for more engaging and educational reader's theatres. Unfortunately, I was never able to find scripts covering the content I wanted. This product sample includes the first script that can be found in my first reader's book for TPT, "US
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Time Warp Forum Script
Time Warp Forum is a series of original scripts I have written to engage my students in understanding historical concepts through drama. By rehearsing their parts, students expand their sight word vocabulary, increase their reading comprehension and remember the material. These scripts have been use
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