Desde el sol hasta más allá de Plutón (From the Sun to Beyond Pluto)

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Teacher Created Materials, Jun 12, 2007 - Education - 0 pages
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A creative boy, Luke, dreams up an adventure where he and his friends journey through the solar system! Learn all about space while acting out this intriguing story. This charming, leveled script includes six roles that are written at varying reading levels, supporting differentiation and English language learner strategies. Teachers can implement differentiated strategies to assign roles to students based on their individual reading levels. This helpful feature is an easy way for teachers to get all of their students involved and engaged in an activity. All students will gain confidence and feel successful while building fluency, regardless of their current reading ability. This script also features a song and poem relating to the story. Through performing this story together, students will practice valuable skills like interacting cooperatively, reading aloud, and using expressive voices and gestures. All of the features in this dynamic, Spanish-translated script make it a great resource for an entire classroom of young readers.
 

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Contents

Personajes e Escenario
Acto 1
Acto 2
Acto 3
Acto 4
La imaginación puede ser divertida
Nombrar
Glosario

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Stephanie Macceca, M.A.Ed., earned her B.A. in English and American Literature from the University of California, San Diego, and earned her M.A. in Education from Claremont University. She taught high school English, Spanish, and Media Studies at Claremont High School and currently teaches English at Valhalla High School where she serves as the English Department Chair. Stephanie has also been honored with several scholarly awards, including the Peter Lincoln Spencer Fellowship, the Paul Douglas Fellowship, and the Renaissance Teacher of the Year.

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