Posted by: nancyisanders | April 15, 2015

This Week’s Teleclass

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What is Reader’s Theater?

It’s where you write a play with script for kids to read aloud. For example, you can write a reader’s theater play with parts for all the kids to be turtles and teach them about life at a pond.

Do you like Reader’s Theater?

I love writing Reader’s Theater plays. I use them is such a variety of ways.

As freebies on my own sites. CLICK HERE to see an example.

To earn money on sites where I sell them such as my TeachersPayTeachers store. CLICK HERE to see an example.

To land book contracts with publishers big and small such as Scholastic and Libraries Unlimited. CLICK HERE to see an example.

If you want to learn more about how to write Readers Theater plays so you can tap into this amazing market, too, join me live this week (Thursday) in a class I’ll be teaching over the phone for the Working Writers Club!

Here’s what to do:

Send an e-mail to Suzanne Lieurance at suzannelieurance@hotmail.com

In the subject line type “Readers Theater Workshop – Part 2”

Mention in the e-mail if you are a member or non-member. (Members pay double for the teleclasses, so take a minute and register before you sign up and SAVE. Registration is free!)

Then Suzanne will send you directions for payment.

After you pay she’ll e-mail you the handouts for the class.

(If you can’t make it live for tomorrow, you can still sign up and get the audio replay.)

I know lots of writer friends are sad at this time of year because they can’t afford the big bucks or the chunks of time to attend the upcoming conferences that are being advertised right now…my hour-long audio workshops are affordable and you can listen to them at your own pace. It’s a win-win situation!

For a listing of more of my past workshops you can still get, CLICK HERE.


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