Students explore the life of Reformation thinker Thomas Aquinas through this Reader's Theater activity. Through a series of 3 scenes, the life of Aquinas is briefly illuminated. After reading the script, students will be able to explain why Aquinas
Take a trip back to the time of the Crusades and the Bubonic Plague. This interactive Reader's Theater activity illustrates what life was like during the Crusades and Bubonic Plague. Topics covered include soldier's reasons for fighting the
This Reader's Theater highlights the leadership of Mongol leader, Genghis Khan. Beginning at the beginning of his military career and reflecting on the hardships of his childhood, the story follows the great Khan through his military campaigns,
This Reader's Theater helps students connect with the many personality traits of Shah Abbas, the leader of the Islamic Safavid Empire. The Reader's Theater was designed to engage even low-level readers in rigorous content.
Students break into
This Reader's Theater helps students connect with the potential reasons why West African animists converted to Christianity and Islam. Many were drawn to the wealth, power, education, and simple teachings of these religions. The Reader's Theater