Sorting out who did what when internationally regarding WW1 can be confusing. Two of these three scripts help students comprehend events by means of an analogy to a club brawl. They explain the causes, events and aftermath of WW1 including the peace process.
The third script covers the debate around whether or not the US should join the League of Nations from the perspective of actual historical figures. These are part of the American History readers theater bundle
Included are directions on how to do reader’s theater, how to do the scripts as a jigsaw activity and a rubric for grading. Reader’s theater provides an authentic reason to re-read text for greater comprehension and fluency. By getting into character and interacting with others, material sticks more easily.
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