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Who is it for?
- 3rd Graders (8 to 9-year-olds)
- 6th Graders (11 to 12-year-olds)
- 5th Graders (10 to 11-year-olds)
- 4th Graders (9 to 10-year-olds)
This is a readers’ theater biography for grades 3 through 6. This resource will assist your students with fluency/expression reading practice, identifying character traits and justifying with evidence from the text, and sequencing events in a timeline (Dates used throughout to help with the timeline).
Included in this set are:
* extensively researched, 32 page readers’ theater biography script, following King from birth to death
* 22 speaking parts
* character traits page for both Martin and Coretta King
* character traits list page to assist in the character traits page
* timeline boxes with dates and events
* blank timeline boxes for use in the creation of a timeline - This can be adapted for students as the teacher decides how many events the students need on their individual timelines.
* Fast Facts page - biography graphic organizer
* Who Did What? - Students read the event/activity and decide who the clue describes.
* map showing where important events took place
About the Seller
18 years teaching in public schools grades 2-5 annual Quest Camp teacher for GT elementary students SCAATS summer teacher for gifted and talented middle school students annual teacher of COOL School summer school in academic area
Nomination for Disney Teacher Award Gamma Beta Phi Society 2006
Associate in Arts, 1995
Bachelors in Science (Elementary Education)1998
Masters of Arts in Education (Education Administration) principal certification 2005
Supervisor of Instruction endorsement, gifted and talented endorsement 2007
elementary education consultant, gifted and talented coordinator endorsements 2016
currently pursuing EdD. in P-12 Administration
I'm a wife of 23 years and mother to a son and daughter. I began my business when my husband began to lose his eyesight and could no longer work for the American Cancer Society. He had to take a position as a special education assistant with my children driving him to school as they went. I knew at that time I needed supplemental income. That's how the Not So Typical Teacher was created.