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Let's Meet Florence Nightingale

Let's Meet Florence Nightingale
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Let’s Meet Florence Nightingale

Allow just over five minutes reading time for both the script and quiz.

This is the second in a set of reading texts based on famous characters – past and present – available separately and (in time) as a collection of scripts.

The list will include monarchs, adventurers, poets, inventors, politicians, space explorers – all taken from the current primary school curriculum, with two objectives:

1.     To Bring History Alive (as with my plays)

2.     To make reading a more lively, interactive experience – for both child and teacher

The format I have used is that of a conversation/interview between two people. These two roles can be read either by and adult and child or two children; and they are interchangeable.

The activity could of course be extended by adding additional questions, as deemed appropriate to individual development and learning.

I am just starting out on this writing project so any suggestions from teachers reading this would be greatly appreciated.

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Text Sample

Interviewer:  You certainly were a light to those wounded soldiers at Scutari!

Florence:       Well, I did my best to help them, in such terrible conditions!

Interviewer:  In that terrible Crimean War.

Florence:       All wars are terrible.

Interviewer:  True. But you saved so many lives

Florence:       With my team of nurses

Interviewer:  Fantastic work!

Florence:       Cleaning the beds, cleaning the floors

Interviewer:  (Interrupting) But you were a nurse, not a cleaner!

Florence:       No good nursing in dirty conditions.

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