Teacher Created Materials Reader's Theater: Expanding & Preserving the Union, Grade 4 to 6, Set of 8

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Give reading a purpose, and bring it to the next level with Reader's Theater: Expanding & Preserving the Union Set. History comes alive with these scripts that cover United States social studies themes from the 1800s. Each 32-page script features character roles written at different reading levels, plus full-color illustrations, a glossary, song and poem. Guided Reading Level: O-T.
  • 8 books focus on a similar theme
  • Encourage students to read and re-read to improve reading fluency
  • Provides a purpose for reading by performing in a play or reading the script out loud in front of an audience
Titles include: Lewis and Clark; Remember the Alamo; Narcissa Whitman and the Westward Movement; Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce; The Sojourner Truth Story; Causes of the Civil War; Civil War Hero of Marye's Heights; and Reconstruction After the Civil War