Right AND Wrong
First published 2002
Reprint 2007 ISBN978-1-876580-33-9
Recommended for Years 7 -9.
Included in the Victorian Premier’s Reading challenge.
Right or Wrong is a collection of five one-act plays for students in years 7-9, suitable for drama performance and activities in the classroom. Each of the plays encourages students to think about various moral issues relevant to students but in an entertaining and relevant context.
5 PLAYS TO MAKE YOU THINK.
HAZEL EDWARDS and GOLDIE ALEXANDER
The plays are
Antarctic: Cool or What?
who is responsible for Antarctica? An emergency session is in progress.
Copy: Right or Wrong
A song hits the charts. Who owns it – the musician, the lyricist, the audience?
the influence of the environment, commerce and science in decision making about the discovery of a new and rare species of insecta
A dozen ex-humans find themselves in the Waiting Room between lives -issues about religious and philosophical backgrounds
Fairy Tale Casting Agency
Can the agency retrain its actors in time to stay in business?
Teachers notes with background information, follow up ideas and student activities, including photocopiable are available from Phoenix Education.