Students present a short, autobiographical account of the essential contributions of Harriet Tubman to Black History. Costumes and props can be added to produce an authentic dramatic portrayal. This presentation can be used as a segment of a class Black History project, or as part of a Black Histo
Introduce students to Women's History Month through readers theatre. This can be done in small group or as a whole group activity. Have students agree upon the gestures and sound effects to increase engagement and interest.
A Reader's Theater about the protests lead by Alice Paul in front of the White House in 1917. This is great for any middle school teacher teaching about protests, civil rights, or women's suffrage. Reader's theaters are fun and engaging. They allow students to practice their fluency and general oral
This download is a monologue depicting the life of Alice Paul, women’s Suffrage leader. It includes a version for school-age or adult audiences and one for K-2 students with notes, suggested costume and props and a famous quote. This text is one of many monologues, Profiles of Women Past & P