ww2_assembly

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Narrator 1: Good morning. In front of you, you see a Year 4 class. Narrator 2: They’re sitting, or slouching, through another History lesson. .. Narrator 3: Some of them concentrating, some not so much. And lots of them aren’t really sure about what’s going on. DAYDREAMING CHILDREN HOLD UP THOUGHT BUBBLES Daydreamer 1: I wonder what’s on telly tonight. Daydreamer 2: I can’t wait for lunchtime. Daydreamer 3: What lesson is this? Narrator 4: As we said, they’re not all concentrating as much as they should be. Narrator 5: But what they’re learning about, or meant to be learning about, is actually really interesting! Why aren’t they listening? Narrator 6: I don’t know. I know I loved our history lessons. They were always so fun-packed, and educational. Narrator 7: You creep! Don’t you know our reports have already been written? You can’t get a better comment now, you know. Narrator 6: Oh. Well. Ok. But I do still enjoy History! Narrator 8: Me too, and WE’ve learned so much this term. ..maybe we should help them out a bit by making it a bit more interesting. Narrator 9: Hmmm. ..good thinking. But how can we do that? Narrator 10: Well, we could take them back in time maybe. To give them a better idea of what World War II was really like. Narrators: Good idea! Modern day Child 1: I know World War II was important and everything Miss, but what’s it got to do with us?
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Modern day child 2: What war? What are you going on about? I thought we were still learning about the Tudors. Modern day child 3: I mean, I don’t really get what war was like. Modern day child 4: And how did people like us feel about it? Modern day child 5: Yeah Miss, what was it like? Teacher: (sighs) That’s what I’ve been trying to tell you! Modern day children: REALLY? Teacher: YES!!! ENTER THE NARRATORS Narrator 1: Good morning children! We’ve come to show you how much you’ve actually learned in history this term. ..and more importantly, how interesting it is. Teacher: Er, excuse me, but who are you? Narrator 2: Oh don’t worry about that. We’ve just come to lend a little helping hand. Teacher: Helping hand? Brilliant! I could do with it. .. I do have to ask though, are you CRB checked? Narrator 1: That really won’t be a problem. Teacher: But. .. Narrator 2: Why don’t you just take a seat, and a break. Have a coffee, and maybe a digestive. We know you like those. Teacher: Oh, well, ok then. (SITS DOWN IN CHAIR LOOKING RELIEVED AND THEN FALLS ASLEEP) Narrator 3: Right, looks like we’ve got her dealt with. Ok, 4B, let’s take a trip back to 1939 shall we?
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Narrator 4: Hold on to your tables and chairs children, it might be a bit of a bumpy ride! EVERYONE WIGGLES AND BOUNCES AROUND ON CHAIRS OR STANDING. Narrator 5: We are in 1939.
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course HIST 218 taught by Professor Hamblin during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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