Readers' Theatre Set of 15 Titles - Value Pack RTSET

Readers' Theatre Set of 15 Drama Readers

Author: Hallett, Ellie

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Purchase 15 titles in the DRAMA Readers' Set in a Value Pack and save 10% off RRP! Purchase a 6-Set Packs of the plays and save a huge 15%!

These read-aloud plays are perfect for a class divided into partners and small groups for simultaneous reading of the rows in turn. The advantages are that everyone has equal reading time, and a chance to play all characters. 

Peer teaching and wanting to read each story over and over again happens naturally. The resultant social bonding and shared laughter strengthen emotional well-being and classroom friendships.  

Teachers love how the story plays only requires an introductory demonstration - and then handing over the learning to the children. 

Fun plays of popular stories for children. Children will love play-acting these beautiful stories in roles. A brilliant classroom activity to encourage oral language, reading fluency, and many other skills. An invaluable resource for the classroom which should not be missed at this great price for the set. Children will read through these in anticipation of their specific roles and act out accordingly. 

Drama is an essential inclusion in the literacy curriculum for Australian schools as part of the ACARA requirements. A fun-filled classroom activity that will get the children learning and having a lot of fun in the process.

The stories were developed by a very experienced writer and classroom teacher, Ellie Hallett.

Drama is an essential part of any classroom program for children. It is a proven means of accelerating literacy outcomes and many other factors which impact the cohesiveness of the classroom and the joy of learning. As a teacher, you will be shaping your class as a winning team with significantly improved outcomes in all subjects by happy children and loving learning. And you benefit the most with satisfaction and less stress from behavior problems.

Wellbeing and Resilience outcomes from the research literature on the benefits of classroom drama are outlined below. A simple search provides a range of research articles outlining the benefits of using Drama in the classroom, in the following areas of learning.


  • oral language,
  • communication,
  • teamwork,
  • literacy improvements.

Engagement of all the senses:

  • auditory,
  • physical movement,
  • speech, and
  • visual skills.

Outcomes that have been observed and recorded:

  • agency to be able to manage different situations and events by improved faith in your abilities,
  • self-esteem through completion of a difficult task,
  • teamwork - knowing that everyone is dependent upon each other in a class play, and
  • resilience by all of these factors coming into play when things are difficult.





  • Format: Pack
  • Series: Readers' Theatre
  • Publication Date: 7/05/2016
  • Publisher: Knowledge Books and Software
  • Subject: Literacy
  • Audience: Primary
  • Reading Recovery: Level 17, Level 18, Level 19, Level 20, Level 29, Level 30

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