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    Hey there.
    My English teacher has asked me to plan my own, solo, independent act; i can incorporate it from a book and add on my own monologue or start from scratch. However it has to be solo.

    I can hardly find any scene from a book or a play which I can fully act on my own. The scene has to be good enough for me to demonstrate (subtle) A/A* techniques in; I'm aiming for full marks.

    So does anyone know any scene which can be suggested? How can one achieve top/full marks in Drama S&L?

    Thanks -- help is greatly appreciated!
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    (Original post by Ramadulla)
    Hey there.
    My English teacher has asked me to plan my own, solo, independent act; i can incorporate it from a book and add on my own monologue or start from scratch. However it has to be solo.

    I can hardly find any scene from a book or a play which I can fully act on my own. The scene has to be good enough for me to demonstrate (subtle) A/A* techniques in; I'm aiming for full marks.

    So does anyone know any scene which can be suggested? How can one achieve top/full marks in Drama S&L?

    Thanks -- help is greatly appreciated!
    i really would like to know this, this is nearly a year since you posted, how did it go and what was tha marking criteria?
 
 
 
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