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Grammar and Punctuation Class Play

Grammar and Punctuation Class Play
Grammar and Punctuation Class Play
Grammar and Punctuation Class Play
Grammar and Punctuation Class Play
Grammar and Punctuation Class Play
Grammar and Punctuation Class Play
Grammar and Punctuation Class Play
Grammar and Punctuation Class Play
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Two camps: Grammys and Punks! Cast of 30 - easily adaptable up or down
Duration: around 10 - 15 minutes
This class play or assembly attempts to cover at least the basics of the great English Language - a pretty tough challenge!
'Coverage' includes:
Punctuation: Capital Letters Full Stops Exclamation Marks Question Marks Commas Colons Semicolons Brackets Hyphens Quotation Marks Apostrophes
Grammar: Nouns Proper Common Collective Abstract Pronouns Adjectives; Verbs Present Past Future Active and Passive Regular and Irregular Adverb; Preposition Conjunction
Sample Text
Narrator: (Growing increasingly impatient) Yes! Yes! Do please say what you’ve got to say! We do have a few more parts of speech apart from yourself to get through, you know!
Grammy 2: (Huffily) Oh very well. I’ll keep it brief!
(Punks all cheer)
Grammy 2: Well, proper nouns are really just names. (Pauses) There! Is that brief enough for you?
Narrator: Excellent! Thank you for that!
(To audience) Phew! I thought for one awful moment we were going to be stuck with proper nouns until the end of the assembly!
Next!
Grammy 3: (Bashfully) Me? Oh I’m just a common noun!
Narrator: Oh! Nothing remotely common about you I’m sure!
Grammy 3: But that’s what I’m called!
Grammy 2: That’s right! I’m proper! And he’s common!
Word: Well, there are quite a few other types, like
Grammy 4: Collective nouns – for example, a swarm of bees, a herd of sheep
Grammy 5: And abstract nouns – things you can’t hold in your hand - like anger, time
Narrator: (Looking at watch) Speaking of which, yes, I think that’s enough on nouns!
Grammy 6: (Squeaking) But hey! I might be small, but don’t forget me!
Narrator: And you are?
Grammy 6: I’m a pronoun! Very important I am!
Narrator: (To audience) Just like the rest of them!
State your business, briefly if you can!
Also available from this website and www.plays-r-ussell.com:
o Take a Book: Different Genres of Writing
o Speaking and Listening Assembly
o World Book Day Party Assembly - including characters from Horrid Henry, Peter Pan, The Gruffalo, Charlotte's Web, Captain Underpants, Matilda, The Tales of Narnia, Alice in Wonderland and The Very Hungry Caterpillar
o Great British Writers Assembly (incl. Roald Dahl, C.S. Lewis, A.A. Milne, Lewis Carroll and J.K. Rowling)
o Roald Dahl Assembly
o Sherlock Holmes and the Great Mysteries of the World Assembly
o Selection of alternative Fairy Tales (Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White)
o If – Rudyard Kipling; and Smugglers Song
o The Highwayman – Alfred Noyes
o The Listeners Assembly
o Just So Stories – adapted into Guided Reading Scripts
Plus a large selection of Shakespeare scripts
Total Pages
13 pages
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