Middle Ages for the Classroom by Eric Burnett
Plays, Fairy Tales and Resources for the Classroom Teacher

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Written to integrate social studies and language arts, Middle Ages for the Classroom will take your students back to the world of Medieval Europe where lords and ladies once ruled the day. With over one hundred character parts spread over four plays, every child is guaranteed to love their role. While the students are signing the Magna Carta, jousting in tournaments and yielding King Arthur’s sword, they will also learn a bundle about living conditions and events in Medieval Europe. In addition to the plays, teachers can use the writing resources to help create lesson plans for student fairy tales. Teachers can draw from writing strategies and actual fairy tales chosen from Mr. D’s and Mr. Burnett’s own third grade students. The level of information is kid-friendly and a brief historical summary of the Middle Ages will give teachers the necessary background information before sending their students off to rehearsal.

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Published June 25, 2002 by iUniverse. 130 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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