DRAMATIC LEARNING

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World Book’s Dramatic Learning Web site expands proven approaches to building reading fluency and content comprehension. By turning texts into original plays, skits, and monologues; providing adaptations of classic works; and showing how to apply these materials in the classroom, Dramatic Learning helps children become more fluent readers, understand core concepts, and internalize content.

Reader’s theatre, in which actors read through a script together without memorizing lines, is a powerful tool for developing reading skills and reading fluency in children, as well as an important means of helping children learn and retain concepts. Each play functions as a catalyst to engage children in learning, encouraging them to pursue further research and exploration long after the performance is over.

 

Dramatic Learning includes plays that cover selected topics in history, adaptations of selected classical plays, plays based on Aesop’s most popular fables, and adaptations of some of the most widely read and performed of Shakespeare’s plays. All plays are written at approximately a fourth through sixth grade reading level, but can be adapted for use by children of all ages.

In addition to plays and reader’s theatre, Dramatic Learning includes a step-by-step guide with video tutorials, vocabulary exercises to improve comprehension and reading fluency, writing activities to help children generate their own mini-scripts, research projects, and a dictionary. Editable versions of each play allow for further differentiation and customization.

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