EFL Theatre Club - Bringing theatre into the classroom. Aaron Shepard's Home Page *Stories, Scripts, More* KingCats. Aaron's Extras: Special Features for Books, Stories, Scripts. Here is a menu of all special features and alternate formats for Aaron Shepard’s books, stories, and scripts.
Use this to quickly find any and all materials related to specific works. The listing is alphabetical by title. Note: Bulleted links and links to online formats and book info take you to other areas of this site or to associated sites. Click on “Back” to return. The Adventures of Mouse Deer: Favorite Tales of Southeast Asia ONLINE—Story | Reader’s Theater | Reader’s Theater (Team) | Storytelling BOOKS—Early Reader | Folktales on Stage Book Poster #1: Mouse Deer and TigerBook Poster #2: Mouse Deer and CrocodileBook Poster #3: Mouse Deer and FarmerBook Poster #4: Mouse DeerMore About the StoriesHear the Music (7 seconds) Hear Meaningful Occupation Project (Exeter): Mouse Deer and Tiger (6 minutes) Hear Meaningful Occupation Project (Exeter): Mouse Deer and Crocodile (4 minutes) Hear Meaningful Occupation Project (Exeter): Mouse Deer and Farmer (6 minutes) A Mouse Deer Bookshelf Help! RTE #36 ~ King o' the Cats. Adapted for reader’s theater (or readers theatre) by the author, from his picture book published by Atheneum, New York, 2004 NARRATOR 1: Young Peter Black was a good man, but everyone said he had one big fault.
He loved to tell wild stories. NARRATOR 2: Peter was the sexton at the Church of St. Thomas the Believer, there in the little town of Tabby-on-Thames. He stayed in the cottage behind the church, right next to Father Allen’s house. NARRATOR 1: Many were the jobs he’d held before that, but with his wild stories, he’d managed to lose every one. NARRATOR 2: Father Allen had warned him. FATHER ALLEN: (sternly) Peter, this is the last job you’re likely to get in this town. NARRATOR 1: One night Peter couldn’t sleep. PETER: (muttering) What in the world . . . ? NARRATOR 2: Peter pulled on a coat, crossed the yard, and quietly unlocked the back door.
BISHOP: (as if performing a ceremony) Meow, meow . . . . PETER: Sounds like a cat! PETER: (gasps) BISHOP: Meow, meow . . . . Scripts Based on Children’s Books. Fun ESL Plays for Children. Thanks to Jitka in the Tcheque Republic for the two videos.
ESL Plays EFL Plays ESL Drama For Children Learning English Fun ESL skits Adaptable Humorous Easy to put on 30 Fun ESL skits and plays for children learning English. Age: Children aged 4 to 12 Number of pupils: From 1 child only to a group of 15 Level: Scripts are written for beginners and can be adapted for higher levels From Shelley Ann Vernon Dear Teacher, Hello and welcome to this page on ESL plays for children. If you are teaching children in small groups or private one to one lessons this is for you Discover tips and insights into using plays for ESL and EFL Get a free ESL play script to use in your next class Think about it. Well if you've got my classroom games then you'll have plenty of ammo for class time, but ESL skits and plays are the icing on the cake. ESL / EFL plays are ideal for including as part of an end of term show to parents or to the whole school.
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