GMRT Scripts

All scripts which are used with GMRT families contain four (4) elements making them unique.

  1. Every script has an introduction page for readers to explore before, during and after group meetings. This is often referred to as Flipped Learning.
  2.  Parts are all color-coded for easier reading and to maintain readers’ focus and place in the script.
  3. Pictures added to scripts are placed on the right side of the text to enhance the text without interfering with the reading.
  4.  Vocabulary and/or words of special interest are highlighted and linked to their pronunciation and definition.

Our Executive Board reviews every script before it is placed in a curated library which is made accessible to all licensed facilitators of GMRT Families.

3 sample scripts:

  • If You Give a Pig a Pancake – An example of using a simple “picture” book. Although a simple story, review the introduction to see how many different academics are addressed?
  • The Lily Root– An example of turning a short story into script. Again, look at the variety of things to explore in the introduction.
  • Fred Rogers – An example of an original script.

Click Here to view our scripts.