Activity at the library to learn and have fun at the same time using dramatic reading of scripts based on children’s stories. Kids will hear the story, do some drama exercises, and practice reading the scripts with intonation and expression.
This activity is for 9 to 12 years-old (4º-6º Primaria) with a high-intermediate or advance English level. It will be held one Friday per month at 18:00, starting on October and finishing in June.
Readers’ Theater will be led by Carrie and Trisha, also known as storytellers from the International Institute Library Storytelling Mornings.
The activity forms part of the library services for library members. They will need to show their library card and send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org confirming their participation in the activity any time from the first day of the month and up to the week of the Readers Theater session.
Non-members who want to participate have a symbolic associated cost of 3€ per child for each session. The tickets can be obtained at the library check-out desk the same week of the session up until 15 minutes before the beginning of the activity.
December 2013 script around the book:
“Redheaded Robbie’s Christmas story” by Bill Luttrell and Luc Melanson
Friday, December 13th 2013 at 18 h.
One student from Mrs. Wallace’s second grade class will be chosen to tell a special Christmas story at the school assembly.When Redheaded Robbie’s name is pulled from the hat, the class groans.Poor Robbie! Whenever he is excited or nervous, his words come out all twisted and confused.How will he be able to tell his Christmas story at the assembly?
(Un estudiante de segundo curso de la clase de la señorita Wallace será elegido para contar una historia especial de Navidad en la asamblea del colegio. Cuando el nombre de Robbie “cabeza colorada” sale elegido del sombrero se oye un gemido en la clase. ¡Pobre Robbie! Siempre que se altera o se pone nervioso sus palabras salen confusas e ininteligibles. ¿Cómo podrá hacer para contar su historia de Navidad en la reunión? )
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