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The Interview (Livewire plays)

by Peter Leigh

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Written by experienced special needs teachers and fully assessed by The Basic Skills Agency to ensure accessibility in both layout and content, "Livewire Plays" is a series of exciting plays about the issues, dramas and challenges of being young. Stimulating and accessible, the titles in the "Livewire" series have been produced with The Basic Skills Agency to ensure a non-patronising approach towards to the requirements of readers with special needs. They provide teenage/adult interest level fiction and non-fiction for those with reading ages below ten, or adults students learning English as a foreign language. "Livewire Plays" is a series of plays that provide accessible and interactive material for the special needs reader. They are subtly colour-coded for the appropriate 'reading age' and are superbly illustrated throughout. The plays are written for 2-4 characters and are intended for small group reading. The Interview is about Ian Jones who is applying for a job. He is interviewed by Mr Jones. The fact that Ian shares the same surname with the boss leads to some interesting complications. When Ian is left alone in Mr Jones office, he starts answering the phone and dealing with queries for 'Mr Jones'. By the end of the play, the firm has been made bankrupt by Ian's attempts at dealing with queries, and Mr Jones's wife wants a divorce!

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