By Suzanne I. Barchers
This booklet of readers theatre scripts for low-achieving heart grade readers is intended to motivate. Written at clarity degrees of grades 2 and three, scholars who fight with interpreting will get pleasure from studying in regards to the lives of individuals either present (Bob Woodruff) and ancient (Franklin Roosevelt) who're inspirational as a result of their perseverance and skill to beat adversity of their day-by-day lives. by way of studying, acting, and discussing those performs approximately those who own the $64000 personality trait of perseverance, scholars won't simply perform their oral interpreting abilities, hence construction the real ability of fluency, they'll additionally construct their very own types for reliable personality. Grades 3-8. clarity degrees: Grades 2-3.
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Extra resources for Against All Odds: Readers Theatre for Grades 3-8
She talks to her mother about what happened. 34 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. Halle Berry: I was so angry! I just wanted to fight them all! Judith Berry: You can’t do that, sweetheart. You’re my daughter, which means you’re half white. But when you leave this house, people will think you’re black. So accept being black. Embrace it. If you fight it, you’ll not only have a battle with them.
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. S. Disabled Ski Team from 1979 to 1982. After college, she joined the team again, from 1985 to 1990. This script describes her repeated struggles with cancer, her despair and suicide attempts, and how she found love with Steve Brosnihan just four years before dying at age thirty-eight.
Andrea: No. Narrator 2: The lifeguard throws Andrea in the water. He jumps in after him. Lifeguard: Relax, Andrea. You can do this. Narrator 1: Soon Andrea is swimming happily. He is a good swimmer. He even wants to join the swim team. Narrator 2: Andrea likes all kinds of sports. At the end of fifth grade, he plays soccer. One day he is the goalkeeper. He is hit by the ball. He is hit in his good eye. Teacher: Andrea, are you okay? Andrea: I think so. But my eye hurts. Teacher: Let’s get you to the nurse.
Against All Odds: Readers Theatre for Grades 3-8 by Suzanne I. Barchers