Use dramatic play reading comprehension passages to teach project safety lessons (say no to drugs, cyberbullying & peer pressure, vandalism, and standing up for others) during the year or for red ribbon week. These reading theater scripts show character development for your 5th, 6th, and 7th-grade students.
* PLEASE NOTE: These reading passages cover sensitive subjects that should be discussed prior to assigning. These plays are based on topics that have happened in my school and should only be shared with mature students.
INSIDE YOU WILL FIND:
- 5 Drama Reading Comprehension Plays
- Each play has 5-6 comprehension questions
- Multiple Choice & Short Answer Options
- Writing Reflection Pages
- Printable & Digital options
- Answer Key Inside
There is so little time to teach these important lessons that students will more than likely face at some point in their school career. These plays discuss important topics and are geared towards mature upper elementary students or middle school age.
The TOPICS ADDRESSED ARE:
- Cyberbullying (What it is and how to handle a cyberbully)
- Saying no to drugs (Using prescription pills that are not yours)
- School vandalism (Vandalizing other people’s property is always wrong)
- Standing up for others (Standing up for others against a bully)
- Peer pressure (Doing what is right and not necessarily the cool thing)
If you would like to receive a discount on this product, it is part of the DRAMA- READERS THEATER BUNDLE that is also in my store for 30% off.
It may be best for you to discuss these topics before the class uses the plays so that they have an idea of what to expect. These plays can be used for a group project to practice, act out to the class, and use for a reading comprehension grade. After the plays have been recited, use the writing reflection pages to have students write about what they learned from each play.
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