These 2 brief (each is just about 1 page long) scripts on the topic of the Pronoun Case and usage have 13 - 14 solo speakers and many parts for ALL so that teachers can use it with a whole class. (Note: You may add or subtract solo speakers to customize the script for the size of your group.) Using a “Pronoun Police” context, the scripts (Part 1 and Part 2) provide a brief overview of information about the subjective, objective, and possessive pronoun cases and how to figure out which pronoun is the correct one to use when you encounter sentences with two pronouns or a noun and a pronoun.
Reading and rehearsing the script familiarizes students with some basic facts while also increasing reading fluency and engaging students in a dramatic approach to learning facts. The scripts have text that appears in a 2-column format. A fluent and expressive read-through/performance takes about 4 minutes per script.
Students enjoy creating and performing gestures and sound effects where indicated in the stage directions. And—because it is a script—they do not mind reading and re-reading the information.
For more details and tips about using these scripts with students, you may want to download the FREE copy of "CURRICULUM-BASED READERS THEATRE: A Guide to the Classroom Use of this Strategy" available in my store.