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The Scenebook of Values and Virtues
Acting with Character


By Patrick Rainville Dorn


 

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This entertaining collection of 24 character-driven scenes will guide teens to make positive choices in their lives while developing their acting skills.  Each selection presents a realistic scenario that explores multiple character-building values, such as acceptance, compassion, fairness, forgiveness, generosity, gratitude, honesty, loyalty, perseverance, and self-discipline.  Each scene is then followed by student-tested discussion questions that can spark conversation about values, personal responsibility, and relationships.  Delve into a diverse assortment of thoughtful topics presented in an engaging, lighthearted fashion without any preachniness.  Scenes range from 5 to 10 minutes in length with cast sizes of 2 to 7.  Use this book in any group setting to encourage meaningful, values-based dialogue.  There’s no other scenebook like this to help your students develop their own moral compass.

(200 pages, 5½ x 8½, paperback)

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