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This is ONLY the play script which delves into a creation myth and shares the themes of winter, treachery, fear and danger. Students strengthen their reading (fluency), speaking (diction) and listening skills (restating) while learning to work cooperatively It is excellent for studies of other cultures, and very suitable for a vocal music, social studies as well as a drama class.
Based on the beloved Alaskan Inuit folk tale by the same name, students have an opportunity to:
• dramatize a folk tale using many of the elements of drama
• sing an original song and chant
• and use their imaginations to express emotion through movement.
Integrate with your vocal music teacher and present the play together! Your students can sing and accompany the song with metallophones, xyllophones and percussion.
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Comprehensive? You bet.
Time tested and created by an award winning teacher of 38 years,
Sedna, an Inuit Tale is a guaranteed winner.
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