Readers Theatre for Young Adults: Scripts and Script Development

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Teacher Ideas Press, Jan 1, 1989 - Education - 130 pages
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Twelve reproducible scripts from the classics serve as examples of the readers theatre format. In addition, the authors have identified scenes from 30 contemporary novels (e.g., "Prairie Songs," "Tex," "Gentlehands," "Z for Zachariah") that are suitable for adaptation to readers theatre. An annotated bibliography of recommended works completes the guide. This unique teaching tool helps students develop a thorough understanding of theme, character, and drama.

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PART IICOMPLETED SCRIPTS
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Cervantes Miguel de The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote de la Mancha
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KATHY HOWARD LATROBE is Professor, University of Oklahoma School of Library and Information Studies, Norman.

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