Readers Theatre: A Secondary Approach

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Portage & Main Press, May 7, 2010 - Education - 160 pages
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Readers Theatre activities are perfect for different learning styles. In addition, students who participate in Readers Theatre show improved standards of oral expression, self-confidence, self-image, and creativity. In Readers Theatre: A Secondary Approach, the author combines new and updated suggestions, ideas, and techniques with basic strategies that can be altered, expanded, and experimented with to provide all students with enriched learning experiences. All of the activities have been successfully used in the classroom. In this resource , you will find: effective ways to incorporate ReadersTheatre into daily lessons ideas for developing original scripts exercises for improving expression ways to incorporate Readers Theatre into any subject area ways to script short stories, poems, novel excerpts, and other material staging suggestions for different forms of Readers Theatre evaluation ideas reproducible scripts from lessons, as well as bonus scripts from classic authors, with staging suggestions evaluation tools
  • effective ways to incorporate ReadersTheatre into daily lessons
  • ideas for developing original scripts
  • exercises for improving expression
  • ways to incorporate Readers Theatre into
  • any subject area
  • ways to script short stories, poems, novel excerpts, and other material
  • staging suggestions for different forms of Readers Theatre
  • evaluation ideas
  • reproducible scripts from lessons, as well as bonus scripts from classic authors, with staging suggestions
  • evaluation tools

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    Contents

    Evaluation
    53
    Reproducible Scripts
    61
    Reproducible Masters
    99
    Bonus Scripts From Classic Authors
    109
    Glossary
    143
    Bibliography
    145
    Copyright

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    About the author (2010)

    Neill Dixon, B.ED.(SEC), MA is a retired school principal and has taught in schools in both New Zealand and British Columbia. Since retiring, he has presented workshops in Readers Theatre to teachers and lectured at numerous universities throughout Canada

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