Readers' Scripts for Teens

Readers' Scripts for Teens
Readers' Scripts for Teens
Readers' Scripts for Teens
Readers' Scripts for Teens
Readers' Scripts for Teens
Readers' Scripts for Teens
Readers' Scripts for Teens
Readers' Scripts for Teens
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Ready to teach literary elements and concepts combined with historical fiction and social skills? This zip packet contains:

Preview file with cover image
3 Readers theater-like scripts of 3-4 pages each
1 Readers' Script Getting Started Packet


Readers' Script Critical Thinking handouts:
Readers' Script Information Guideline for implementing activities
Subject
Theme
Plot line
Mood
Tone
Character analysis
Text evidence
Symbolism
Genres
6 Project based assignments
2 Fact based, real life connection assignments
Fabulous Vocabulary Handout with graphic organizer
Differentiated vocabulary list

3 Readers' Scripts Stories:
Readers’ Script Overview

Script 1
Title: The Great Steamboat Race
Genre: Historical Fiction
Four Characters: Tom, Abby, Mr. Millborn, Mrs. Millborn
Setting: Banks of Mississippi River
No. of Acts: 1 (3 pages)
Script Overview: Tom and Abby can’t wait for the Mississippi River steamboat race! Both are surprised when Tom’s former classmate is spotted working aboard one of the ships. However, Mr. and Mrs. Millborn are shocked to learn their son’s classmate dropped out of school to work on a river boat. Can two parents persuade their son to continue his education, or will an exciting life on the Mississippi River persuade him to join his classmate?


Script 2
Title: The Frozen Fiancés
Genre: Historical Fiction
Four Characters: Narrator, Richard, Lydia, and Captain
Setting: Ship’s Deck, December 22, 1850, Rockland Harbor, Maine
No. of Acts: 3 (3 pages)
Script Overview: Richard and Lydia are aboard a schooner on their way to Owl’s Head Lighthouse to be married when a winter storm delays them. Can the captain safely guide the ship across the harbor, or will their lives end in Rockland Harbor? This historical fiction script is based upon a true story that resulted in Owl’s Head Lighthouse being named the most famous haunted place in America.


Script 3
Title: Terror Aboard the Titanic
Genre: Historical Fiction
Three Characters: Jane, John, Edward
Setting: 1915 local newspaper office
No. of Acts: 1 (4 pages)
Script Overview: Jane and John, twin sister and brother, survived a horrifying night aboard the unsinkable Titanic. Now, the twins relive the story when Edward, a local reporter, interviews them for a fantastic scoop. But, is the journalist more interested in Jane or the Titanic tale? Historical facts about the Titanic and its fateful voyage make this historical fiction script an interesting read.

These 3-4 page scripts are perfect for at-risk, ESL/ELL, homeschool, flipped classrooms, and even for AP. Great for classes with short time frames and students with short attention spans! Use for close readings and critical analysis. Perfect for standardized test prep for analyzing text and meaning. Social topics and historical fiction combined for quick lessons that reinforce reading and writing skills. Great for small group settings and literacy centers.
Total Pages
20 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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