This Reader’s Theater was created because my students LOVE them! I try to make these exciting, while also teaching the kids a thing or two at the same time about History/Social Studies.
In this Reader's Theater, students travel back in time to see Susan B. Anthony giving a speech explaining the importance of equal voting rights. Pieces of the actual speech from 1873 are used in this reader's theater.
The play itself is 7 pages long, and has 5 different parts. I like to either use these reader's theaters in small groups, or with my guided reading groups.
There are also two comprehension pages included to get students thinking a bit more deeply about the text.
Thanks for looking!
(Fonts by KG Fonts/cover photo from the Library of Congress)