Throughout the years of teaching drama, one of the main focus points is reading aloud. There is a lot of script reading and script interpretation, where the students discuss characters, storylines and how it relates to their own personal setting. Through script reading the students learn to create mood, characterisation, vocal skills, and imagination, develop fluency in speech and learn to see reading as being a lot of fun.
Mary Ellen has created a range of Read Aloud Plays to help parents teach reading skills to their children. Once your child has the basic skills for reading aloud, you will see a huge difference in their confidence, their imagination and their creativity.