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by Mary Krell-Oishi

eBook Scenes That Happen: Snapshot Dramatizations about Life in High School ePub
Author: Mary Krell-Oishi
Language: English
ISBN: 0916260798
ISBN13: 978-0916260798
Publisher: Meriwether Pub; 1st edition (September 1, 1991)
Pages: 176
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Young Teens
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 680
Formats: azw lrf doc lrf
ePub file: 1298 kb
Fb2 file: 1725 kb

I agree with others about the blandness of the scenes in this book, but for me, a high school drama teacher (11 Years), that can be a strength at times.

Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). I agree with others about the blandness of the scenes in this book, but for me, a high school drama teacher (11 Years), that can be a strength at times. One of the most difficult things to get beginning actors to do is take risks. Most of these scenes don't require much of that,and because memorizing the lines, being loud enough, staying open, are still struggles for them, something safe is helpful to many of my students. I wish more of the scenes were comic, that helps bring more out of them as well.

Scenes That Happen book. Scenes That Happen: Dramatized Snapshots About the Real Life of High Schoolers. Thirty-four real-life scenes for guys and girls and mixed casts of two. 0613947312 (ISBN13: 9780613947312).

Scenes for acting students to perform, based on high school experiences such as breaking up, peer pressure, dances, dating, cheating, telephones, and teenage pregnancy. Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control). Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by ttscribe15. hongkong on October 22, 2018.

Thirty-four real-life scenes for guys and girls and mixed casts of two to. .That Happen : Dramatized Snapshots about the Real Life of High Schoolers. 13 scenes for 2 girls; 11 scenes for 2 boys; and 10 scenes for 1 boy and 1 girl.

Thirty-four real-life scenes for guys and girls and mixed casts of two to four actors. Scenes That Happen : Dramatized Snapshots about the Real Life of High Schoolers. by Mary Krell-Oishi and Mary Krell Oishi.

A book full of events that can happen in high school and the author's take on them. Scripts for 2 boys, 2 girls, and mixed scenes. School & Library Binding.

By: Mary Krell Oishi. Royalty-free performance with book purchase. Sample scenes include: Breaking Up Is Hard to Do, Beaching It, Girl Talk, Moving Out, The Jerk, Midnight Run and Taking a Joke. ▲. Have a question about this product? Ask us here. Find Related Products.

Mary Krell-Oishi The thoughtful and touching themes include dating, popularity, growing up, graduation, suspension from school and moving-experiences to laugh about and cry about. Here is a hit for any classroom! Written for you and your students, this helpful text contains thirty-four real-life scenes for boys, girls and mixed casts. The thoughtful and touching themes include dating, popularity, growing up, graduation, suspension from school and moving-experiences to laugh about and cry about. The scene lengths vary from four to seven minutes each. All scenes are royalty-free with book purchase.

Scenes That Happen : Dramatised Snapshots about the Real Life of High Schoolers. Some of the sample scenes include Breaking Up Is Hard to Do, Beaching It, Girl Talk, Moving Out, The Jerk, Midnight Run and Taking a Joke. By (author) Mary Krell-Oishi. Free delivery worldwide.

Scenes That Happen Dramatized snapshots about the real life of high schoolers. Here is a hit for any classroom! Written for you and your students, this helpful text contains thirty-four real-life scenes for boys, girls and mixed casts

Scenes That Happen Dramatized snapshots about the real life of high schoolers. Each with two to four actors; ideal for classroom or stage performances. They are also excellent for use as contest scripts because student actors portray themselves in the unbearable and impossible situations of teenage existence.

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Here is a hit for any classroom! This helpful text contains thirty-four real-life scenes for boys, girls and mixed casts. Each with two to four actors, they are ideal for classroom or stage performances. They are also excellent for use as contest scripts because student actors portray themselves in the bearable and impossible situations of teenage existence. The thoughtful and touching themes include dating, popularity, growing up, graduation, suspension from school and moving-experiences to laugh about and cry about. The scene lengths vary from four to seven minutes each. All scenes are royalty-free with book purchase. Includes 13 scenes for 2 girls; 11 scenes for 2 boys; and 10 scenes for 1 boy and 1 girl.
Perdana
I agree with others about the blandness of the scenes in this book, but for me, a high school drama teacher (11 Years), that can be a strength at times. One of the most difficult things to get beginning actors to do is take risks. Most of these scenes don't require much of that,and because memorizing the lines, being loud enough, staying open, are still struggles for them, something safe is helpful to many of my students. I wish more of the scenes were comic, that helps bring more out of them as well. But, I have been working with this book for years and have not found anything else that has the right length and style for my students on a repeated basis. Of course I only use this for their first scene, after that we require much more. But has worked for me and they leave alot of room for creative students to expand on what's there, while not intimidating students who are more timid.
Frosha
Terrible inappropriate scenes
nailer
No, this is not high drama. But, as slices of life, these scenes are good for young students who are new to the world of acting. As a drama teacher, I use these scenes in my beginning classes as simple scenes that inexperienced performers can tackle and in which they can perfrom well. I would not recommend this book for the advanced acting student, except for some scenes in this book and the sequal, that I actually think are very well written and include a lot of depth. This book also helps by providing some good 3 character scenes that are hard to find.
Quinthy
I had the unfortunate privilege of reading many of the skits in here, finding them very senseless. Not only do these scenes never happen, but by the end of each short we feel just as we did when it began. Nothing has been accomplished and there never has been that much of a conflict to begin with. The language is too mild, high schoolers do not talk like that. Words and phrases like "Oh my God" are overused, trust me, high schoolers do have a wider vocabulary than that. I have not read the sequel to this book and do not wish to unless for a good laugh, which is all the first book is good for.
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