DOGMAN For Whom the Ball Rolls Readers Theater

DOGMAN For Whom the Ball Rolls Readers Theater
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This is a readers theater will ten parts. George (Narrator), Harold (Narrator), DOGMAN

Dr. Scum, Doctor, Nurse, Petey, Li’l Petey, Random Character 1 (one line), and Random Character 2 (one line). The Readers Theater runs seven to ten minutes when read.

Preview of Scene 1

George and Harold: Scene 1

George: Yo Scoobies it’s your pal George!

Harold: And Harold

George: Today we are going to perform a reader’s theater of

George and Harold: For Whom The Ball Rolls!

George: Today we are doing an abridge version of our book! We just want to perk our audiences interest in “For Whom The Ball Rolls!” We don’t want to give away the whole book! We still want them to read it!

Preview of Scene 5

Harold: Scene 5

George: Meanwhile, the city is being attacked with

All Characters: Burgle Balls!

Dr. Scum: (In evil Villain voice) Is everybody ready?

All Characters: No

Dr. Scum: Good! Let’s roll!

All Characters: No

Dr. Scum: (in creepy, evil villain voice) Unleash them! Unleash them!

Unleash the Burgle Balls! Mwah HA HA HA HA HA!

All Characters: Oh no! Who will save us!

Preview of Scene 6

Li’l Petey: You’re a Good Boy DOGMAN!

DOGMAN: (Smiling, Panting, Nodding Head)

Li’l Petey: But that doesn’t mean very much! The city is filled with good people! But NO One is doing anything!

DOGMAN: (Frowning shaking head left to right)

Li’l Petey: It’s NOT Enough to just BE GOOD, DOGMAN! We gotta DO GOOD!

DOGMAN: (Smiling, Panting, Nodding Head)

Li’l Petey: Even when things are scary!

DOGMAN: (Frowning, nodding head left to up and down)

Li’l Petey: Evil Shall Not Prevail, because we are not just going to be good. We are going to DO GOOD!

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Prepare for and participate effectively in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively.
By the end of the year, read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poetry, at the high end of the grades 2–3 text complexity band independently and proficiently.
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7 pages
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