Richmond Theater

Richmond Theater for Young Readers has learners act out a script using fluent and
expressive reading to tell a story.
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American English

Number of Levels

7

Richmond Theater for Young Readers has learners act out a script using fluent and expressive reading to tell a story. The course is designed to appeal to students’ sense of play, spark their interest and encourage them to fully engage with the target language and the text. Because each reading is a ”performance,” teachers can introduce ”rehearsals” thus helping students build up their reading proficiency and self-confidence while also improving their fluency. It can be used in conjunction with the Spotlight on English program. 

Key Features:

Encourages active engagement in the stories through performance 

Incorporates content areas—math, science and social studies—within each unit 

Allows students to develop vocabulary specific to the content areas—their previous knowledge is also activated and incorporated into the lessons 

Promotes phonemic awareness which in turn positively rewards reading achievement 

Makes older students responsible for self-monitoring of both accuracy and comprehension 

Includes guided questions of increasing levels of complexity 

Includes a wide range of supplementary materials to support and extend language skills through music, performance and vocabulary development 

Components & Resources:

For Students

Student’s Book

For Teachers

Teacher’s Guide

Audio CD

Blackline Masters

 

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