Crusades: A Visit with Sir Bartholomew, A Crusader(Reader's Theater Script)

Gail Hennessey
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5th - 9th, Homeschool
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  1. This resource includes the following:1. Unit of Study on the Middle Ages(notes, suggested activities and resources).2. Secret Message Review Game on the Middle Ages3. Bayeux Tapestry Reading4. Black Death: A Reader's Theater Script5. The Crusades: A Reader's Theater Script6. The Vikings: A Reader's
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Learn about the Crusades with this fun and informative play. Students will have fun acting out the different parts, especially those of Sir Bartholomew. There are 10 audience questioners. Part of my Ms. Bie Ografee Talk Show Series, the format is that of a talk show host with a studio audience that ask Ms. Bie Ografee's guest questions about the time period. Included: cause, different crusades(ie: People's Crusade, Children's Crusade and the Third Crusade) and the important results of this period in history. There is a DiD You Know? fun facts,comprehension questions, a teacher section with extension activities and links I thought might be of interest to the teacher. There is also a key to the comprehension questions.

Other Resources of Possible Interest:

1. Check out my unit on the Middle Ages:Travel Back to the Middle Ages!A Unit of Study

2. Want a fun activity to review vocabulary terms for a unit of study on the Middle Ages?Looking for an enrichment activity in history? Try my Medieval Puzzler: Secret Message Review Activity. The activity involves students working individually or in groups to review vocabulary terms connected with Medieval Times. Medieval Secret Message: A Review Activity

3. One of the oldest lasting examples of graphic communication is the Bayeux Tapestry. It dates back to 1083. The short reading comes with comprehension questions, too.Bayeux Tapestry: A Reading

4. The Renaissance was a time from the 14th century through the 16th century when historians say there was a great re-interest in learning. This 10 question webquest is packed with lots of information. There are 15 extension activities, comprehension questions, fun facts and resource links.The KEY is also included. This activity can be done as a one day lesson to learn about the Renaissance or several days if you wish to use the extension activities. Renaissance: An Internet Activity

5. 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. Part of my Ms. Bie Ografee's

Talk Show Series. Marco Polo: A Reader's Theater Script

6. Learn about Christopher Columbus with this informative play. There are 10 questioners asking questions of Columbus. Additionally, comprehension questions and discussion questions are included. Part of my Ms. Bie Ografee's Talk Show Series.Christopher Columbus: A Reader's Theater Script

7. Studying the Renaissance? Studying famous artists in history?Need a biographical play to use with your students? Try my Reader's Theater Script on Leonardo da Vinci. Includes comprehension questions and extension activities. Part of my Ms. Bie Ografee's Talk Show Series. Leonardo da Vinci: A Reader's Theater Script

8. Learn about Michelangelo, one of the world's greatest sculptor and painter, with this reader's theater script! Included are 7 questioners, comprehension questions, a Did You Know? section, a teachers page with extension activities, links and the key. Part

of my Ms. Bie Ografee's Talk Show Series. Michelangelo: A Reader's Theater Script

9. Learn about the Black Death with my Ms. Bie Ografee play on Simon, a Victim of the Black Death. 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 the studio audience asks questions about his experiences during the time(the medical beliefs, the causes, the effects the Black Death had on Europe, etc.) Simon, A Victim of the Black Death, A Reader's Theater Script

Mrs. Bie Ografee Talk Show Reading Theater Scripts:


Ferdinand Magellan

Marco Polo

Christopher Columbus

Leonardo da Vinci


Visit with a Crusader

Visit with a Victim of the Black Death

Martin Luther King Jr.

Rosa Parks

Harriet Tubman

George Washington Carver

Katherine Johnson

Tuskegee Airmen

Marian Anderson

Marie Curie

Galileo Galilei

Sir Isaac Newton

Albert Einstein

Jane Goodall

Moon Landing: Interview with first astronauts to walk on the moon

Rachel Carson

Jacques Cousteau

Thomas Edison

Visit with a Pilgrim

Revolutionary War Female Spies

Revolutionary War Tory

Thomas Jefferson

James Madison, Father of the Constitution

Pioneer Woman, Narcissa Whitman

Civil War Women Soldiers



Lewis and Clark

Abraham Lincoln

California Gold Rush: Visit with a ‘49er

Wright Brothers

A Road trip Across the USA for Women’s Suffrage

WW 2: Women Pilots

Elizabeth Blackwell

Susan B. Anthony

Sonia Sotomayor

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Louisa May Alcott

Edgar Allen Poe

William Shakespeare

Charles Dickens

Johnny Appleseed

Visit with a Leprechaun

Visit with a Groundhog

To Tell the Truth Plays:

Hans Christian Andersen

Elizabeth Blackwell

Amelia Earhart

First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt

Elizabeth Blackwell

First Lady Edith Wilson

First Lady Florence Harding

King Tut

First Lady Hillary Clinton

First Lady Michelle Obama

First Lady Abigail Adams

First Lady Martha Washington

First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln

First Lady Dolly Madison

First Lady Lady Bird Johnson

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