Sunday, October 3, 2010

It Takes Talent

On September 30, our 5th grade class acted out the Reader's Theater selection for Theme one, It Takes Talent! Here is our final version. Please feel free to leave us comments. Thanks!

14 comments:

Liz Springer said...

Great job 5th grade! Your fluency is coming along nicely and this was great practice! I'm excited to see some of your comments :)
-Ms. Springer

Anonymous said...

I liked seeing everybody act.It was funny when we got to dress up a boy as a pig.I can't wait until we have another play in story town.-jalia

Anonymous said...

I loved being in the play so much.In the play my charecter was Tara ,in scene two i played the piano well Michelle danced to my lovly music.I love when our class does readers theater!I cant wait till we do another readers theater. lizette

Anonymous said...

It was a great play.when Fiona in her voice it did sound like she was mortified. then when Matthew was the pig that made me laugh they are great actors in the play.-Trinity

Anonymous said...

I really liked to wattch it but i did not want to be in it but i had to eney way. I really like scene 2 but not scene 1 because i wa in it!

-SAMANTHA

Anonymous said...

*I LOVE IT I WANT TO SEE THE VIDEO OVER AND OVER!!!*
-BIANCA

Anonymous said...

"It Takes Talent" was one of our best readers theater ever! -Ivan

Anonymous said...

I love the way tara aks her parts and the way she plays the piano.all and all I really love the show. can't wait for the next one.lucia

Robert Robinson said...

One of the good things you did was use props. You also did a good job matching the type of sentence with the feelings of the character.

-Ashley

Robert Robinson said...

I liked that you performed well and tried your best. Your acting was good and you worked as a group. You can improve by talking louder.

-Yasmin

Robert Robinson said...

I like how you acted out the actions.

-Tessa

Robert Robinson said...

Somthing I liked about this video is that you used propes, because it looked like you were using real stuff.

-Brian

Robert Robinson said...

I liked your acting, but sometimes I couldn't hear you.

-September

Robert Robinson said...

I thought Ms. Springer's Class did a great job speaking their lines and acting out the characters behavior. I especially liked the pig. Great job!

-Mr. Robinson from Monaco Elementary