This collection presents techniques for tapping a broad range of literary sources to inspire young writers. Drawing upon poetry, folk tales, story jokes, and more, qLiterary Ideasq walks students in grades 3-8 through the process of creating new stories and developing them as scripts for choral readings, readers theatre, and classroom plays. The process inspires creativity, problem solving, observation, and listening skills within a writing and theatrical framework. Includes the following: Poetry for Choral Readings Fairy Tales for Reader's Theater Folk Tale Plays Fairy Tale Alterations for Reader's Theater Fairy Tale Alterations for Plays Modern Fairy Tale Plays Story Joke Plays Poetry Plays Historical Plays Modern Cultural Myth Playsfrom the original story could become an alligator that likes to eat turtles. He might live under a fallen tree for ... If they are snapping turtles, ... Speaking of endings, can these turtles live happily ever after in the alligatora#39;s backyard? That seemsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Literary Ideas and Scripts for Young Playwrights|
|Author||:||Lisa Kaniut Cobb|
|Publisher||:||Libraries Unlimited - 2004|