Survivor: Not Just a TV Show -- An exploration of the character traits of survivors of the teenage years
Students examine the issues that many male and female teenagers are forced to deal with during their adolescence. They analyze characters from different genres through comparing and contrasting their stories and the skills they used to cope.
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