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Author: Brenda McGee; Debbie Keiser; Brandon Bolt
Publisher: Waco, Tex. : Prufrock Press, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Reader's Theater... and So Much More! is written for grades 3-4. This exciting resource contains plays, skits, and independent research activities with an innovative twist for differentiated instruction. This high-interest book of humorous skits and plays is a jumping-off point for research and creativity for students of all ability levels. Each of the Reader's Theaters comes with suggestions for differentiating and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brenda McGee; Debbie Keiser; Brandon Bolt
ISBN: 9781593635008 1593635001
OCLC Number: 712111884
Target Audience: Grades 3-4.
Description: v, 116 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: Act 1 Reader's Theaters --
Volunteer? (vocabulary, citizenship) --
Waiting Room (pets) --
Unusual Dinner Guests (biographies) --
Rainforest Detour (rainforest ecosystems) --
Pet Shop (point of view) --
A Buddha-ful Play (citizenship) --
Progress? Bah Humbug! (communication) --
Act 2 Adaptations --
Introduction --
How Does It Feel to Live Next Door to a Giraffe? (tolerance) --
The Tortoise and the Hare (Aesop's fable) --
Anansi and the Greedy Lion (folk tale) --
Why the Hippo Has a Stubby Tail (pourquoi) --
Act 3 Format Models --
Introduction --
Time Travel (serendipitous discovery) --
To Tell the Truth / J. K. Rowling --
To Tell the Truth / Harriet Tubman --
To Tell the Truth / Clark --
The Emperor With a Rotten Attitude (choral reading) --
The People Moved to America! (part musical/choral reading) --
Give Thanks to the Pilgrims (choral reading) --
Act 4 Monologues --
Introduction --
Who Am I? A Monologue With a Twist --
Best Day Ever! --
The Shopping Trip --
Frankly Speaking --
Act 5 Starters --
Introduction --
A Barn With No Boundaries (teamwork and government) --
Defend Yourself! (animal defenses) --
Super Nut Man! (health and nutrition).
Responsibility: written by Brenda McGee and Debbie Keiser ; cover art and illustrations by Brandon Bolt.

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Reader's Theater... and So Much More! is written for grades 3-4. This exciting resource contains plays, skits, and independent research activities with an innovative twist for differentiated instruction. This high-interest book of humorous skits and plays is a jumping-off point for research and creativity for students of all ability levels. Each of the Reader's Theaters comes with suggestions for differentiating and extending the lesson's content. These plays not only provide a legitimate reason for students to reread text and practice fluency, but they also promote cooperative interaction with peers. --Book Jacket.

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