- How did an Oregon farmer help Japanese internees?
- Who inspired a wounded soldier to live?
- Where did an Italian “enemy alien” fall in love?
- When did a German POW realize that enemies can be friends?
These skits of friendship, compassion, and survival are true stories. Students will understand issues with clarity and emotionally connect with people.
Used as reader’s theater in history or English classes. Also popular for Veterans Day programs and in history-music-drama-dance productions.
Includes pages of fabulous teaching suggestions. 10 skits. 51 pages
“These uplifting story-skits include vivid pictures of compassionate interactions between enemies, strength and fortitude among survivors, and light-hearted pranks. Students are captivated.” -Linda P., middle school teacher
“Programs featuring these skits are unique and refreshing for the audience, and obviously stimulating and loads of fun for students.” Dr. Clyde T., choral director
For more information, read my blog post, Introducing “Give me a hand!” or go to the PREVIEW on Teachers Pay Teacher RIGHT HERE.