Oxford Reading Tree: Stage 7: Owls Playscripts: Red Planet by Rod Hunt


Oxford Reading Tree: Stage 7: Owls Playscripts: Red Planet by Rod Hunt

This playscript closely follows the original Oxford Reading Tree story on which it is based. Designed to develop both speaking and reading skills, it offers practice in role-playing and shared participation. Each play in the series has a maximum of 8 speaking parts but more children can become involved with sound effects and non-speaking roles. Longer and shorter parts are indicated in a casting note for the teacher.

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24 pages


Rod Hunt
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Publication date

21st January 1993



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