Readers' Theater: Fairy Tales, Grades 3-4

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Teacher Created Resources, Apr 12, 2007 - Education - 96 pages
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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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Contents

Introduction
3
Building Comprehension
4
Fairy Tales
5
Standards in Reading and the Language Arts
6
How to Use Lessons and Scripts
9
Preparation for Fairy Tales Readers Theater
11
Readers Theater Director Hints
12
Visualization
14
SelfMonitoring
19
Developing Vocabulary
21
The Ugly Duckling
22
Henny Penny
32
The Three Little Pigs
42
The Princess and the Pea
50
Puss in Boots
55
Jack and the Beanstalk
66

Questioning
15
Summarizing and Story Mapping
16
Synthesizing
18
Thumbelina
74
The Kings New Clothes
87
Copyright

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