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This dramatic reader's theater play script with roles for 20 + students is suitable for upper elementary gifted or middle school students whether studying culture of the Native Americans, Alaskan territory or a drama class. This is a perfect script for the winter months. Based on the beloved Inuit folk tale by the same name, students will have an opportunity to:
explore creation myths of the Inuit culture—specifically the origin of whales, walruses and seals and why the ocean is sometimes calm and other times raging
dramatize a folk tale with chanting
use their imaginations to express emotion through their voices
learn a dance of the Inuit culture
integrate with your vocal music teacher and present the play together! Your students can sing and accompany the song with drums and/or mallet instruments. (Optional)
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Comprehensive? You bet! This is a successful teaching and learning experience created by a veteran drama teacher of thirty-eight years.
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