Step back in time and uncover disagreements from the Battle of the Alamo by acting out this historic script. Henry McArdle researches the battle by meeting with exiled Mexican President, Santa Anna, and Susanna Dickinson, the widow of a Texan officer slain in battle. The roles in this script are written at varying reading levels, allowing teachers to use differentiation strategies to assign specific roles to students who are at different reading levels. This feature allows all students to engage in the activity, participating, performing, and feeling successful while building fluency! By performing this charming story with their peers, students will also practice important skills like reading aloud, interacting cooperatively, and using expressive voices and gestures. An accompanying poem and song are also included in the script, providing students with additional fluency practice. All the features in this colorful, leveled script make it the perfect tool to get all students to enjoy participating and practicing fluency.