By Suzanne I. Barchers
This ebook of readers theatre scripts for low-achieving center grade readers is intended to encourage. Written at clarity degrees of grades 2 and three, scholars who fight with interpreting will take pleasure in studying concerning the lives of individuals either present (Bob Woodruff) and old (Franklin Roosevelt) who're inspirational due to their perseverance and skill to beat adversity of their day-by-day lives. via examining, acting, and discussing those performs approximately those who own the real personality trait of perseverance, scholars won't merely perform their oral studying talents, therefore development the $64000 ability of fluency, they are going to additionally construct their very own types for solid personality. Grades 3-8. clarity degrees: Grades 2-3.
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Mrs. Bocelli: That’s not safe! Get down now! We need to finish shopping. Then we need to go to the eye doctor. Andrea: Okay . . Narrator 1: Andrea is used to going to doctors. His parents hope to find a cure for his blindness. Nothing helps. But they keep trying. This doctor talks to them about school. Doctor: I am sorry to give you bad news. Andrea is not going to get better. It is time to start thinking about school. Mrs. Bocelli: What do you mean? Doctor: Andrea should go to a school for the blind.
Did he . . did he hit you? Halle Berry: It wasn’t as bad as what happened with you and Dad. It wasn’t as bad as that guy I used to date. The doctors said that when that guy hit me, I lost 80 percent of the hearing in my left ear. I’ll probably never get it back. Judith Berry: We certainly know how to pick ’em, don’t we? Halle Berry: I guess. Mom, I think it’s time that I took more control of my life—at home and at work. Scene 4 Narrator 1: Soon, Halle is trying to sell a new motion picture project of her own.
Fine. Thanks anyway. Narrator 2: She slams the door as she leaves. Soon, she’s in the office of Vincent Tirrincione, her manager. Halle Berry: He said he didn’t think there were any black park rangers! What is going on in these people’s brains? Tirrincione: Look, we just have to keep on trying. I want you to go read for a Spike Lee in New York City. He’s a young director, and his films are very powerful. Narrator 1: Halle wins the part in Lee’s film. She plays a crack addict who loses her child because of her drug problem.