Independence Trunk

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Teacher Created Materials, Dec 19, 2005 - Education - 0 pages
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Act out this historical, fictional story of a boy named Paul who discovers a trunk that contains artifacts from the American Revolutionary War. Students will solve the mystery with Paul while learning to be more independent and responsible. This script features roles written to match different reading levels, supporting differentiation and English language learner strategies. By utilizing these strategies, teachers can assign specific roles to their readers based on everyone's current reading level. This feature allows everyone to get involved in the same activity and feel successful! All readers can gain confidence in their reading fluency through performance, regardless of their current reading ability. While performing with others, students will practice interacting cooperatively, reading aloud, and using expressive voices and gestures to better tell the story. This script also features an accompanying poem and song to give readers additional fluency practice. This dynamic, colorful script is the perfect tool for a classroom of diverse readers. It will surely get everyone participating and confidently practicing fluency!
 

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Contents

Characters Setting
Act 2
Act 3
Act 4
Act 5
Act 6
Act 7
Act 8
Stuck
Key to the Past
Glossary

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About the author (2005)

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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