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Two young skiers, a brother and sister, discover a Yeti and must help it escape the mountains of Southern California for a colder, snowier home in the north.
There is still one Yeti in the San Bernardino Mountains, as two young skiers discover, but it needs help to escape to a colder climate. A brother and sister must use all their wits to assist this Bigfoot-like creature who has become stranded in an ice cave that is no longer icy, and that has been surrounded by a ski resort. After several narrow escapes, the Yeti is able to flee to Washington State's Mount Rainier, where he is reunited with his long-lost wife.
Conservation, helping animals, perseverance.
Approximately 30-45 minutes to read play as a group in class. For longer block classes, or to extend the lesson over two days, add my free download: Reflection Questions for any Play, which provides questions for students to think about and answer after reading.
About my plays:
Each of my plays are 100% original material, developed specifically for use in the classroom. Each has 25 characters, to correlate with the average U.S. class size of 25 students. While many of the plays are light and humorous, each one contains underlying themes designed to promote character development, growth, and life skills, such as cooperation, communication, tolerance, perseverance, and the value of hard work.
Using plays in the English classroom:
The experience of dramatically reading and taking part in a play can engage entire classes of today's students, including reluctant readers, bored teenagers and students with short attention spans, in a way that silent reading cannot.
Participation in reader's theater can also greatly aid English language learners in their understanding of English structure and function, provide scaffolded opportunities for speaking to help build confidence, improve speaking and listening skills and enhance comfort level with English language idioms.
Many a teacher has noted the benefits that a communal experience such as performing a play together can have on a classroom as a whole, as well as on individual students. Plays are an ideal activity for building camaraderie and enhancing positive relationships in the classroom, and they are especially well-suited for use on days when students might otherwise struggle to pay attention, such as the days immediately preceding a holiday break.
Through group reading and dramatic performance of these plays, students can work together to develop a greater understanding of plot, character and theme, and can encounter and begin to comprehend such universal human experiences as love and loss. It is the author's hope that these plays will provide such benefits to the students who read and perform them.
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