By Suzanne I. Barchers
This booklet of readers theatre scripts for low-achieving center grade readers is intended to motivate. Written at clarity degrees of grades 2 and three, scholars who fight with examining will take pleasure in studying concerning the lives of individuals either present (Bob Woodruff) and ancient (Franklin Roosevelt) who're inspirational due to their perseverance and talent to beat adversity of their day-by-day lives. by means of interpreting, appearing, and discussing those performs approximately those who own the real personality trait of perseverance, scholars won't in simple terms perform their oral studying abilities, hence development the $64000 ability of fluency, they're going to additionally construct their very own types for stable personality. Grades 3-8. clarity degrees: Grades 2-3.
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Cross out what Andrea overcame in column B. Cross out three names of Andrea’s family in column C. Cross out the person who taught Andrea to swim in row 3. Write the remaining words in order below. ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________. May be copied for classroom use. From Against All Odds: Readers Theatre for Grades 3-8 by Suzanne I. Barchers and Michael Ruscoe. Westport, CT: Teacher Ideas Press. Copyright © 2008. 49 This page intentionally left blank Diana Golden Brosnihan Skier Summary At age twelve, Diana Golden lost her leg to cancer.
Get down now! We need to finish shopping. Then we need to go to the eye doctor. Andrea: Okay . . Narrator 1: Andrea is used to going to doctors. His parents hope to find a cure for his blindness. Nothing helps. But they keep trying. This doctor talks to them about school. Doctor: I am sorry to give you bad news. Andrea is not going to get better. It is time to start thinking about school. Mrs. Bocelli: What do you mean? Doctor: Andrea should go to a school for the blind. Mrs. Bocelli: But he can still see a bit.
Copyright © 2008. Narrator 2: At a practice session, all eyes are on Kerrigan and Harding—except for the eyes of Oksana’s coach, Galina. She mumbles to herself as she watches Oksana. Galina Zmievskaya: Good, Oksana. Good. Be patient. Set up for your jump. Excellent! Narrator 1: Galina sees Oksana heading for another skater. Oksana doesn’t see the other skater in her path. Galina Zmievskaya: Oksana! Look out! Narrator 2: The two skaters crash into each other. They are helped off the ice. Oksana is in tears.
Against All Odds: Readers Theatre for Grades 3-8 by Suzanne I. Barchers