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Students of all ages

Strategy Steps for Kindergarten and Lower Elementary Children:

Strategy Steps for Upper Elementary through High School Students

Bees buzz around the orange blossoms.

Bees buzz around the pretty pink mimosa.

Bees search for pollen and nectar to take to the hive.

Bees make honey from the nectar and pollen.

Bees make food for the colony and larvae.

Larvae will soon come out of the eggs to become pupae and then bees.

Bees swarm under the eaves of the house.

Bees swarm to protect their queen.

Bees swarm to find a safe place to build a new hive and start a new colony.

Through script writing, the students receive specific experience and practice with English. (See McAnally, Rose, & Quigley, 2007, pp. 333-336 for details and examples of Readers’ Theater).

McAnally, P., Rose, S., & Quigley, S. (2007). Reading practices with deaf learners. Austin, TX: PRO-ED.