This is reader's theater with a twist! This reader's theater is designed for 12 readers. Students read the first two pages of the script in their group. Then they return back to the whole group, and the teacher models how to add more synonym examples to their script. (Detailed instructions are included.) After students have been given time to practice to improve voice expression and fluency, students can perform the reader's theater script for their classmates.
This is an activity that integrates reading, writing, speaking, and listening in a fun way!
I also have a Antonym Reader's Theater available in my store. When I used this in my own classroom, I split my students into two groups. Half of the students perform the Synonym Reader's Theater, and the other half performed the Antonym Reader's Theater.
This is also part of a BUNDLE. If you like to do Readers' Theaters throughout the school year, you might want to check this out! Readers’ Theater BUNDLE (scripts to use throughout the year)
If you like this activity, check out my other reader's theater scripts by clicking on the links below.
Mystery Readers’ Theater Script: Missing Mrs. Becker
Readers Theater Script & Summarizing Activity: A Field Trip to Remember
Veteran’s Day Readers’ Theater Class Script (contains 27 parts!)
Constitution Day Readers’ Theater and Activity
Halloween Readers’ Theater BUNDLE (a set of 3 scripts including 25-28 parts!)
Presidents of the United States Reader’s Theater Script
New Year’s Reader’s Theater Script
Winter Readers’ Theater (a script with 25-29 parts)
Christmas Readers’ Theater BUNDLE: set of three holiday scripts
Mother’s Day Reader’s Theater and Activity Packet (includes invitation and 8 bonus activities!)
Cinco de Mayo: Reader’s Theater with 5 bonus activities!
Valentine’s Readers’ Theater BUNDLE (a set of 4 scripts including 28-30 parts!)
Antonym Reader’s Theater
Synonym Reader’s Theater
Multiple Meaning Words Reader’s Theater
Homophones Reader’s Theater
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By Deb Hanson