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I am in a verse chior group for oral language and I need an oral language peice that is up to 8th grade reading level. Any ideas?

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    try a poem, maybe a short lewis carol piece

  • Language Arts -

    Look at "Ex Basketball Player" by John Updike, "Jabberwockey" by Lewis Carroll, "Ballad of Birmingham" by Dudley Randall, "Famous" by Naomi Nye, "Pushing" by Christopher Gilbert

    Here is a fun script for Halloween.

    http://scriptsforschools.com/

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