Stand-Alone Document On Esperanza's Rising

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GRADE 5, MODULE 1, UNIT 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Module 5.1 Module Overview Becoming a Close Reader and Writing to Learn: Stories of Human Rights See separate stand-alone document on EngageNY 2. 3. Module 5.1: Assessments See separate stand-alone document on EngageNY Module 5.1: Performance Task Readers Theater Script and Performance of Scenes from Esperanza Rising See separate stand-alone document on EngageNY 4. 5. Module 5.1 Unit Overview Unit 3: Culminating Project: Readers Theater: Esperanza Rising, from Novel to Script Module 5.1: Recommended Texts MODULE 5.1: UNIT 3 LESSONS A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. Lesson 1: Narratives as Theater, Part I: What is Readers Theater? Lesson 2: Narratives as Theater: Esperanza Rising, from Novel to…show more content…
Anthony Narrator: Today, you will be introduced to three American Heroes. Their stories begin at different times in history and in different places, however, you are learning about them because they have made important contributions to our country. I will let them introduce themselves to you. Paul Revere: Hi, my name is Paul Revere. It is a French name, because my parents were born in France. My father came to North America in 1715 when he was thirteen years old. He settled in Boston. He was a silversmith. Frederick Douglas: Good day, my name is Frederick Douglass. I was born in Maryland in February of 1818. Unlike Paul Revere, I was born into slavery, but I managed to gain my freedom by boarding a train to New York. Susan B. Anthony: Hello, my name is Susan B. Anthony, and I was born in Massachusetts on February 15, 1820, two years after Frederick Douglass. Douglass and I actually knew each other. We were both fighting for the same cause. We wanted freedom for all people. I grew up during a time when women had very few rights. Source: Google search result for “readers theater scripts human rights” to link titled: (doc) “Readers Theater Script: American Heroes” (last accessed July 27,
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