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These single scripts are script-stories that have not been incorporated into textbooks.
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Jack and the Beanstalk
This 7-page script-story re-tells the beloved English fairy tale, "Jack and the Beanstalk." In this humorous adaptation Jack is not the sharpest knife in the drawer. After he sells his best friend (Milky White the Cow) for a handful of magical beans, a giant beanstalk grows up into the sky. Even though Jack is short on wits, somehow he manages to deprive a mean old giant of his magical harp and golden-egg-laying hen. (This script is a PDF download and does not include a teacher's guide.)
Momotaro: The Peach Boy
This 15-page PDF features a script-story version of the story of Momotaro. In this Japanese folktale a boy born from a giant peach must go on an adventure to defeat an island full of monstrous, horned creatures called Oni. To help him on his quest he has three hilarious animal warriors--a dog, a monkey, and a pheasant. This humorous and lighthearted tale will delight readers 6-12th grade. Also included is a 2-page teacher guide with discussion questions, recall questions, cultural connections, summary, and pronunciation guide.
"The Flying Canoe" Script-Story (A Native American Myth)
This 10-page script-story adapts three Native American legends from the American Northeast. Joseph, a young Indian warrior, wants to be the better of his two, older brothers. When a mysterious wise woman appears from the forest, she offers him her assistance in outdoing his brothers and winning the heart of the maiden Blue Flower. In his adventure Joseph learns the importance of self-esteem and the true meaning of family.
This script-story also comes with a 2-page teacher guide with story summary, background information, essential questions, teachable terms, discussion questions, and recall questions.
Beowulf (A Script-Story): Parts I and II
Are you looking for a new way for your students to experience
? How about giving them an active role in the epic through the use of a script-story? This version of the Old English poem maintains the noble tone and poetic language of the original but divides the epic into speaking parts. This approach allows students to take part in their own learning--verbally acting out the story, adding their own voices to the action, and experiencing the tale on a completely new level. This PDF document contains Beowulf Part I and Part II (two scripts totaling 19 pages). Upon purchase teachers are allowed to print or copy as much as they want from the document. Bring
to life for your students today!
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