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June 05, 2014
Thank you, I will be using some of these methods and changing them for my ESL summer camp.
May 02, 2013
Thank you so much for the valuable ideas you provided! I'm taking reader's theater a step further to having students write their own short story, then writing a script based on it. The students will benefit from your lesson ideas and resources!
February 13, 2012
This article was extremely helpful! I am taking teaching creative arts right now, and we briefly discussed reader's theatre, but this article really helped me understand what it is and how to incorporate it into future lessons! Thank you from a preservice educator!
November 10, 2011
Thank you so much for posting this example of reader's theater for new teachers to see!
September 24, 2011
The evaluation link appears to not be working again. I'd love to see an example.
June 06, 2011
Thanks for catching this! We have since changed the link to another evaluation. We appreciate your comment and your use of ReadWriteThink.org.
May 03, 2011
The link to the evaluation is no longer working. Is there another evaluation that has worked well in the past?
January 31, 2011
This is exactly what I was looking for in a reader's theatre lesson. Thank You!
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