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Mrs. Jenkins was planning a child
enactment of The Gingerbread Boy.
She should:

A.) read the book to the class,
ask for volunteers,
reread the story,
and encourage audience skills.


B.) read the book to the class,
select props,
ask for volunteers,
and reread the book.

C.) select props,
ask for volunteers,
read the book,
and encourage audience skills.

D.) read the book to the class,
assign parts,
reread the story,
and encourage audience skills.


Wouldn't (D) be the best answer?

thanks!!

  • Elem. Ed. -

    Yes. I agree with you. With D, the teacher assigns parts; with the other three answers, the teacher asks for volunteers. It's probably best if the teacher assigns the parts.

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