Based on the book by Diane deGroat
No More Pencils, No More Books, No More Teacher’s Dirty Looks!
*There are two versions of this on TPT. I priced them low so that you can buy both of them for your class, allowing you to differentiate the instruction.
This Reader’s Theatre is for 4 parts.
*Ask students to highlight their part before reading it together—only the part that the student reads (not the parenthesis). The script can practiced first using choral reading, then reread with individual parts. Also, remember that in reader’s theatre, only one or two props are to be used. It is not a play, but instead a strategy to use for fluency support in a small-group format. It’s an extension of the story and also encourages deeper comprehension when used after the read-aloud.