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R-5 Utilizes Reader’s Theater Concept

Submitted Photo Students in Mrs. Shackelford’s second grade classroom at Grundy R-5 Elementary School are utilizing a new trend in literacy classes, reader’s theater, to increase fluency and comprehension. Students in the class recently performed a re-enactment of a story entitled “The Shoemaker.” Pictured during the re-enactment are Zach Dysart, left, who was the narrator, and Lexa Stonger, who along with Dylan Lawson was also a main character.

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Students in Mrs. Shackelford’s second grade classroom at Grundy R-5 Elementary School are utilizing a new trend in literacy classes, reader’s theater, to increase fluency and comprehension. Students in the class recently performed a re-enactment of a story entitled “The Shoemaker.” Pictured during the re-enactment are Zach Dysart, left, who was the narrator, and Lexa Stonger, who along with Dylan Lawson was also a main character.

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