John Lennon Play for Guided Reading or Readers Theater

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John Lennon Play for Guided Reading or Readers Theater

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John Lennon Play for Guided Reading or Readers Theater – Cast of 6

John Lennon Play for Guided Reading or Readers Theater – Cast of 6 (For cast of 30 John Lennon Assembly, click on UK Assemblies and G.R.; then Class Plays; then John Lennon Assembly)

John Lennon Play for Guided Reading or Readers Theater play comes with a comprehensive quiz at the end (30 questions and answers). No scene changes – this is an in depth discussion amongst the key ” in Lennon’ life, raising many issues for further discussion among students.

This is one of a collection of 5 plays – Unit 20 Famous People of the 20th Century:

1. Martin Luther King 2. Nelson Mandela 3. Mahatma Gandhi 4. John Lennon 5. Prominent Women (Helen Keller, Anne Frank, Marie Curie, Mother Theresa, Margaret Thatcher and Princess Diana)

All these ” are in-depth discussions with accompanying comprehensive quizzes. Available for 11.99 (i.e. two for free) from UK or US Guided Reading sections of the website.

Speakers:

John Lennon

Yoko Ono

Sean Lennon (son)

Mimi (auntie)

Paul McCartney

President Nixon

 

John:

So how do you think I’ be remembered?

Yoko:

Loving husband.

Sean:

Super Dad!

Mimi:

Rebel!

Paul:

Founder of the world famous Beatles!

Nixon:

Peace activist – major thorn in my side!

John:

And what about songwriter, singer, instrumentalist, artist and author?

Paul:

Yeah, them too!

Mimi:

You certainly put Liverpool on the map.

Sean:

And Britain on the world music map!

Yoko:

Yeah, America had pretty much dominated the music scene until you guys came along.

Nixon:

Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard

John:

And not forgetting the king of rock”! Elvis Presley, himself!

Mimi:

Do you remember me saying to you “The guitar’ all very well, John, but you’ never make a living out of it”. You sure proved me wrong on that one!

John:

Yeah, but you got most other things in my childhood right. You and George took me in, treated me like your own. I had no complaints about you two as parents.

Sean:

But you still saw your mum all the time. What a tragedy when she was killed in that road accident!

John:

Yeah. But I didn’ forget her. Named my first son, Julian after her.

Yoko:

That was with your first wife, Cynthia. A shame you never saw as much of Julian as you did Sean. But then I suppose you had Sean at a more settled time in your life.

Sean:

Yeah. That was some sacrifice you made, giving up your music to stay at home and look after me.

Mimi:

Couldn’ imagine you ever doing that in those early days, when you were starting out on your music career.

Paul:

Exciting times! One hit after another! We just couldn’ believe our success!

Yoko:

They were great songs you wrote – She loves you, I want to hold your hand, We can work it out

John:

Huh! Pity Paul and I couldn’! After the tragic death of our manager Bernie Epstein, he just muscled in and tried to take over!

Paul:

Well, it wasn’ exactly a smart move on your part when you claimed us Beatles to be more popular than Jesus! That didn’ go down too well, now, did it?

Nixon:

Causing uproar in the States. And not for the last time, unfortunately.

John:

Hey, cool it, dude! I did apologise for that slip-up.

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