Spanish Play, Skits and Readers' Theater Bundle

Spanish Play, Skits and Readers' Theater Bundle
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  1. What do you do with a sick turtle? As students dialogue in these 4 original Reader's Theater-style Spanish skits, this is just one of the questions they will answer! The scripts are written for beginner to intermediate Spanish speakers, with background knowledge of Spanish food vocabulary + basic co
  2. What can't you order at an ice cream parlor? Have you ever wanted a pet lion, monkey, or snake? These are just a few of the questions your students will explore as they dialogue in these 2 original Reader's Theater-style Spanish skits! I wrote these Spanish Reader's Theater scripts to create a space
  3. Feliz Posadas! In this Spanish script, students voice characters who go door-to-door and ask for posada, a place to stay. There are parts for 15 students, plus some parts that can be read chorally by three to five students. Students get into the spirit of Las Posadas by following in the footsteps of
  4. How did Rudolph's nose get so bright? What did Santa have to say about it? Students will have a ball as they dialogue in these 2 original Reader's Theater-style Spanish skits! I wrote these Spanish Reader's Theater scripts to create a space for my students to bring what they're learning in Spanish c
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In this bundle, your students will bring 9 original Spanish skits to the "stage!" These scripts are written for beginner to intermediate Spanish speakers with background knowledge of Spanish food vocabulary + basic conversation. Students will practice using gustar, estar, and poder, as well as tener expressions. I wrote these Spanish Reader's Theater scripts for my students to practice dialoguing in real, and not so real, life situations!

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9 original Spanish scripts

1 original Las Posadas Spanish script (+ English translation)

Tener expressions: tener...años, tener calor, tener dolor, tener frío, tener hambre, tener miedo, tener prisa, tener que, tener sed, tener sueño, y tener suerte

Note: Most of the skits are for pairs or groups of three, except for the Las Posadas Readers' Theater which has parts for 15+ students. In the Christmas Skits, the first skit has two parts for Rudolph and Prancer, and the second skit has three parts for Rudolph, Prancer, and Santa! The dialogue is comfortable for beginner to intermediate Spanish speakers. You can also assign roles according to fluency.

Happy teaching!

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