Reader's Theater Exercise 22:
Build Test-Taking Skills
With a Mini Script
Last month's Reader's Theater Exercise helped you plan a Reader's Theater Family Night at your school for increasing parent involvement in their children's reading progress. This month's Reader's Theater Exercise focuses on how to ace reading comprehension tests, both standardized and for ordinary school grades.
The new Playbook®, Questionella and the Perfect Prince: A Fairy Tale of Multiple Choices (featured below), teaches a simple test- taking strategy in an entertaining way. With this month's Reader's Theater Exercise, get a sneak peek at this multiple choice test-taking method to share with your students.
Many students who enjoy learning still have a fear of tests. They worry that they will not be able to focus, won't have enough time to finish, or will simply be too nervous to choose the correct answers! Aside from the general recommendations of always making time to eat breakfast, getting a sufficient night's sleep, and being familiar with the material you will be tested on, it is also important to know how to approach answering each question.
Continue here for this month's free Reader's Theater Exercise including
a Mini Script and Test-Taking Activity.