What Are Plays?
From the Series Name That Text Type!
What are plays? How are they different from other kinds of writing? Find out about the parts of a play, including characters, scenes, setting, scripts, stage directions, and dialogue. Then explore different genres, such as musicals, tragedies, comedies, and more!
|Interest Level||Grade 2 - Grade 4|
|Reading Level||Grade 2|
|Publisher||Lerner Publishing Group|
|Imprint||Lerner Publications ™|
|Number of Pages||32|
|Reading Counts! Level||3.1|
|Graphics||1-color illustrations, Full-color illustrations|
|Dimensions||9 x 7.375|
|Guided Reading Level||Q|
|ATOS Reading Level||3.4|
|Accelerated Reader® Quiz||166406|
|Accelerated Reader® Points||0.5|
|Features||Bibliography/further reading, Glossary, Index, Photo captions, Table of contents, Teaching Guides, Websites, and eSource|
Author: Lisa Owings
Lisa Owings has a degree in English and creative writing from the University of Minnesota. She has written and edited a wide variety of educational books for young people. Lisa lives in Andover, Minnesota, with her husband and a small menagerie of pets.
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Name That Text Type!
This accessible new series introduces young readers to the basics of differentiating between genres. Readers will learn the characteristics of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, graphic novels, plays, and legends and folktales. Each book contains written examples of the text type in question,… View available downloads →