Found at Sea (drama skit)

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Rebecca Locklear
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9th - 12th, Homeschool
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SAILING SHIPS, 19th century

Although listed as a “skit” this is more accurately scenes from a real ocean incident off Chile in 1862.

Summary: The captain’s wife sees a speck in the distance. Was it men adrift? Castaways? Pirates? Find out in this true story of life at sea during the time of iron men and wooden ships.

Cast: 6

Grades: 9-12

Setting: 1862 Pacific Ocean

Performance Time: 10 minutes

HOW CAN THIS SKIT BE USED?

  • In history classes as reader’s theatre or semi-performed with scripts in hand.
  • As an introduction into further study of life at sea as well as shipwrecks and search and rescue. (See topics in the resource.)
  • In history or history-arts performances.

I'd love to hear how you used this. Cheers!

Rebecca Locklear

History and Drama teacher

www.rebeccalocklear.com

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© Rebecca Locklear. For single use only.

***NOTE: As per TpT guidelines, no individual or group is negatively impacted by this skit.

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