Readers' Theater: Fairy Tales, Grades 3-4
Readers theater is a powerful tool for developing reading fluency. The scripts are designed for a range of reading levels. Students have opportunities to read individually, in pairs, and as a group. The scripts do not require costumes, props, or scenery.
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Standards in Reading and the Language Arts
How to Use Lessons and Scripts
Preparation for Fairy Tales Readers Theater
Readers Theater Director Hints
The Ugly Duckling
The Three Little Pigs
The Princess and the Pea
Puss in Boots
Jack and the Beanstalk
Summarizing and Story Mapping
The Kings New Clothes
_____________________________________________________________ Narrator active comprehension activities to learn antonyms audience background knowledge Bad Wolf beanstalk build on students castle Character Mask Characters Narrator Cocky Locky common beans Croak dearie Ducky Lucky e-book fairy tale script Fairy Tale Summary find a real Foxy Loxy funny looking Giant going to tell Goosey Loosey green pool help the students help them supply Henny Penny HUFF king the sky learn new vocabulary Lesson Six list before reading Little Prince Lord Marquis mole Mother Duck Mouse Narrator 2 _____________________________________________________________ Old Tailor optional activities PUFF Puss in Boots reading the fairy reading the readers reading the script real princess sky is falling students pronounce students to connect Students will practice supply related words sure to help swans tell the king theater script third little pig three little pigs Thumbelina title which Puss toad Toad’s ugly duckling Vocabulary Words whispering world goes young master