Setting the Stage for Fluency

Reading dramatic literature is a fun way to put the reader into the writer’s mind—and the director’s role. Setting the Stage for Fluency gives readers a front-row seat to visualize a story, contemplate setting, and imagine characters’ actions. The craft and structure of dialogue provides readers with opportunities to assess characters’ point-of-view and engage in the plot of a story in accessible ways. Setting the Stage for Fluency presents a variety of dramatic literature based on historical events, biographies, and folklore.

Cover: Exploring the West: Tales of Courage on the Lewis and Clark Expedition
Cover: Runaway Train: Saved by Belle of the Mines and Mountains
Cover: Steam!: Taming the River Monster
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Setting the Stage for Fluency — eBook Set
Multi-user eBook $319.88, 10 titles
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  • Soon! Fall 2020
  • New! Spring 2020
  • New! Fall 2019
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A Slave's Education in Courage: The Life of Frederick Douglass
Away She Goes!: Riding into Women's History
Exploring the West: Tales of Courage on the Lewis and Clark Expedition
Follow the Drinking Gourd: Come Along the Underground Railroad
La Llorona: Retelling a Mexican Legend
My Sprig of Lilac: Remembering Abraham Lincoln
Runaway Train: Saved by Belle of the Mines and Mountains
Sequoyah and His Talking Leaves: A Play about the Cherokee Syllabary
Steam!: Taming the River Monster
Suffrage Sisters: The Fight for Liberty
  • Available in limited formats
  • Soon! Fall 2020
  • New! Spring 2020
  • New! Fall 2019