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Role Plays

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‘The Cat and The Mouse’
Students perform together, using lots of expression and some props.10 Characters
Narrator 1, Narrator 2, Narrator 3, Narrator 4,Mr Cat, Miss Mouse, Miss Cow, Miss Baker,Mr Farmer, Mr Butcher, Mr Farmer.
Everyone:
Here is our story about the cat andthe mouse! 
Narrator 1
: One day, the cat was hunting.
Cat
: Mwwaa ha ha! I can see you little mouse!
Mouse
: Eeek!
Narrator 2
: He caught the mouse and bit her tail off!
Mouse
: AAGGH! Mr Cat! Please give me backmy tail!
Narrator 3
: The mouse wanted her tail backbut the cat would not give it to her.
Cat
: No! I will not give back your tail until yougo to the cow and get me some milk!
Narrator 4
: So the mouse jumped and ranaway to the farm.
Mouse
: Miss Cow, please give me milk so Ican get my tail back!
Cow
: No! I will not give you any milk until yougo to the farmer and get me some hay!
Narrator 1
: So the mouse went to the farmer.
Mouse
: Mr Farmer, please give me some hay,so I can get my tail back!
Narrator 2
: The mouse wanted to give the hayto the cow…
Narrator 3
: …and the milk to the cat. 
Farmer 
: No! I will not give you any hay untilyou go to the butcher and get me some meat!
Narrator 4
: So the mouse went to the butcher.
Mouse
: Mr Butcher, please give me somemeat, so I can get my tail back!
Narrator 1
: The mouse wanted to give themeat to the farmer…
Narrator 2
: …and the hay to the cow…
Narrator 3
: …and the milk to the cat.
Butcher 
: “No! I will not give you any meat untilyou go to the baker and get me some bread!
Narrator 4
: So the mouse went to the baker.
Mouse
: Miss Baker, please give me somebread, so I can get my tail back!
Narrator 1
: The mouse wanted to give thebread to the butcher…
Narrator 4
: …and the meat to the farmer…
Narrator 2
: …and the hay to the cow…
Narrator 3
: …and the milk to the cat.
Baker 
: Ok, I will give you some bread if youwill promise never to come into my bakery andeat my things and scare my customers away! 
Narrator 1
: The mouse promised, got thebread and ran to the butcher.
Narrator 4
: The butcher gave her meat. Shetook the meat to the farmer.
Narrator 2
: The farmer gave her hay. Shetook the hay to the cow.
Narrator 3
: The cow gave her milk. She tookthe milk to the cat who gave her back her tail. 
Cat
: Yum yum yum! Here, little mouse – youcan have your tail now. Ha ha ha!
Everyone:
The end! 
 
‘The Three Goats’
Students perform together, using lots of expression and some props.8 Characters – Narrator 1, Narrator 2,Narrator 3, Narrator 4, Big Goat, MiddleGoat, Little Goat, Monster 
Narrator 1:
Once there were three goats that livedon a hillside.
Narrator 2:
They were sad and very, very, veryhungry.
All Goats:
Aiya! We are sooooo sad and alwayshungry!
Narrator 3
: They were sad and hungry becausethey had eaten
all 
the grass on the side of the hill.
Narrator 4:
But on the
other 
side of the hill, acrossthe bridge, there was lots and lots and lots of grassto eat.
All Goats
: We should go over there! Over to theother side of the hill!
Big Goat
: But what about the big, scary monster that lives under the bridge? He is big and is alwayshungry for… GOATS! 
Middle Goat:
Hmmm, maybe he is gone. Maybehe is visiting his mother.
Little Goat
: Yeah – maybe he is on holiday. Let'sgo across the bridge – I need grass!
Narrator 1
: The goats decide to go to the bridge…
Big Goat
: (
Looks at the little goat 
) Ok, you can goacross the bridge first.
Little Goat:
Me? Why me?
Big Goat
: Because you are soooo small and soooothin...(
Looks little goat up and down
). If you don'tget to the other side of the hill first, you will... youwill…. get sick! Oh it would be horrible!
Little Goat
: You're right big goat. I will go first and Iwill eat lots of the lovely green grass!
Narrator 2
: The little goat went up to the bridge,and suddenly, the scary monster jumped out!
Monster 
: WHO GOES ACROSS MY BRIDGE?
Little Goat
: (
Trembling, scared little voice
) It is I,the little goat.
Monster 
: I SHALL EAT YOU!
Little Goat
: No! No! Don't eat me! I am thin andlittle and really do not taste good at all. Please, waitfor my big sister. She is fat, tasty and yummy.
Monster 
: Hmm, you're right! You are tiny. I will waitfor a lovely fat yummy goat!
Narrator 3
: The little goat ran across the bridge.Next, the middle goat came to the bridge.
Monster 
: WHO GOES ACROSS MY BRIDGE?
Middle Goat
: (
Shaking 
) It is I the middle goat!
Monster 
: I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR YOU! I AMGOING TO EAT YOU!!!
Middle Goat
: Oh don't eat me. I am just the middlegoat - wait for my big brother. He is much, much,much bigger than I am. Think about it. My fatbrother would be delicious. Pleeeeeeeese!
Monster 
: He's bigger than you? Mmmm, ok – I willwait for him. You can go!
Narrator 4
: The middle goat ran across the bridge.Next, the big goat came to the bridge.
Monster 
: WHO GOES ACROSS MY BRIDGE?
Big Goat:
(In a loud voice) It is I, the big goat.
Monster 
: I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR YOU! I AMGOING TO EAT YOU!!!
Big Goat
: Oh, I don't think so! (
Lowers his head 
)One! Two! THREE! (
He charges and hits themonster in the stomach, who falls down.)
Monster 
: WAAAAA!
Big Goat
: Ha ha! Silly monster! Now it’s time to getmy dinner.
All Narrators
: …And the goats lived happily ever after! The end!
 
‘Where the Wild Things Are’
Students perform together, using lots of expression and some props.
8 Characters – Narrator 1, Narrator 2, Narrator 3,Narrator 4, Max and 3 monsters.
Narrator 1
: It was a dark night, and Max decided towear his scary wolf suit!
Max
: WWWAAAA RRROOAARR!
Narrator 2
: He was very naughty and ran aroundthe house!
Narrator 3
: His mother shouted at him.
Mother 
: Max! You are such a wild thing! Get to bedat once!
Max
: I’ll eat you up!
Narrator 4
: He ran away and went to bed withouteating anything!
Narrator 1
: That night, in Max's room, a forestgrew!
Narrator 2
: It grew and grew, and grew until therewere trees and plants everywhere!
Narrator 3
: The whole room became green, and anocean appeared.
Max
: With a boat for me!
Narrator 4
: Max sailed off through night and day.
Narrator 1
: He sailed for days… and weeks… andmonths… and years.
Narrator 
 
2
: Finally he arrived…
Max
: ….at where the wild things are!
Narrator 3
: The wild things roared their terribleroars!
Narrator 4
: And showed their terrible eyes, andtheir terrible claws and their terrible teeth!
Monsters
: RRROOOOAAARR!!!WAAAAAAGGHH!!! GRRRRRR!!!!
Max
: Be still!
Narrator 1
: Max looked deep into their yellow eyeswithout blinking!
Narrator 2
: They were frightened and called himthe most wild thing of all!!
Narrator 3
: They made him king of all wild things.
Max
: Now we can be wild!
Monsters
: RRROOOOAAARR!!!WAAAAAAGGHH!!! GRRRRRR!!!!
Max
: …And now you must stop! And go to bedwithout dinner!
Narrator 4
: The wild things went to bed withoutdinner.
Max
: 'I'm lonely!'
Narrator 1
: Max wanted to be where someoneloved him most of all
Narrator 2
: Then, all around, from far away,across the world, he smelled good things to eat!!
Max
: I'll give up being king of the wild things!
Monsters
: Don’t go! Please stay.
Max
: No!
Narrator 4
: They showed their terrible eyes, andtheir terrible claws and their terrible teeth!
Monsters
: RRROOOOAAARR!!!WAAAAAAGGHH!!! GRRRRRR!!!!
Narrator 3
: Max went away.
Narrator 1
: He sailed for days… and weeks… andmonths… and years.
Narrator 2
: He sailed back into his own room,where he found his dinner waiting for him!
Narrator 3
: And it was still hot!
Everyone
: The end!

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