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The Way I See It: Fifty Values-Oriented Monologs for Teens (edition 2001)

by Kimberly A. McCormick

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The real-life values of contemporary teenagers are explored in this collection of insightful monologues. Each expresses an opinion of a situation, issue or problem. Subjects include love, sex, movies, dating, friendship, drinking, accepting responsibility, divorce, school violence, jobs, gratitude, curfews, sexual harassment, internet relationships, the homeless, neglect, racism, patriotism and many more. Excellent for classroom performance and discussion of teen issues. The two minute length of these monologues makes memorisation easy. Perfect for speech contests, acting exercises and auditions.… (more)
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Title:The Way I See It: Fifty Values-Oriented Monologs for Teens
Authors:Kimberly A. McCormick
Info:Meriwether Publishing (2001), Paperback, 115 pages
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The real-life values of contemporary teenagers are explored in this collection of insightful monologues. Each expresses an opinion of a situation, issue or problem. Subjects include love, sex, movies, dating, friendship, drinking, accepting responsibility, divorce, school violence, jobs, gratitude, curfews, sexual harassment, internet relationships, the homeless, neglect, racism, patriotism and many more. Excellent for classroom performance and discussion of teen issues. The two minute length of these monologues makes memorisation easy. Perfect for speech contests, acting exercises and auditions.

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