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Good Afternoon:
          The theme at my school for the winter quarter is Folktales and Folklore.  
On Friday, the children's librarian from LBPH (Library for the Blind and Physically 
Handicapped, part of NLS), two teachers, and I presented Ed Young's Cat and Rat: 
Legend of the Chinese Zodiac. 
         Friday afternoon, a teacher told me her students are interested in putting 
on their own Reader's Theater performance from other folktales.  I found great 
resources at the Read, Write, Think site including a link to Alan Shepard's RT page 
for this teacher.    My question: Does anyone knows of RT 
resources for special education students?  Or, for hi/lo (high interest, low-level 
reader) students?
  (BTW, sometimes it's worth wearing a very fake mouse ears headband in public 
after the age of 5!)
  Dorothy M. Hughes, Librarian
  The Maryland School for the Blind

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