READER'S THEATER PLAY, SEDNA AN INUIT TALE OF ALASKA

READER'S THEATER PLAY, SEDNA AN INUIT TALE OF ALASKA
READER'S THEATER PLAY, SEDNA AN INUIT TALE OF ALASKA
READER'S THEATER PLAY, SEDNA AN INUIT TALE OF ALASKA
READER'S THEATER PLAY, SEDNA AN INUIT TALE OF ALASKA
READER'S THEATER PLAY, SEDNA AN INUIT TALE OF ALASKA
READER'S THEATER PLAY, SEDNA AN INUIT TALE OF ALASKA
READER'S THEATER PLAY, SEDNA AN INUIT TALE OF ALASKA
READER'S THEATER PLAY, SEDNA AN INUIT TALE OF ALASKA
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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)

This product comes with:

  • letter to teach
  • warm up
  • procedure or rehearsal schedule
  • rationale for teaching creation myths
  • six page script with roles for 20 + students
  • sound effects list
  • original song reminiscent of the Inuit culture
  • source list with suggestions for dances

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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27 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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