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Go Ask Alice Discussion Questions

Instructor: Kerry Gray

Kerry has been a teacher and an administrator for more than twenty years. She has a Master of Education degree.

'Go Ask Alice' was originally billed as a memoir about teenage drug abuse from an anonymous source, but it now thought to be a work of fiction by Beatrice Sparks. This lesson will guide classroom discussions about this novel.

Go Ask Alice

Go Ask Alice follows the journal entries of Alice, a typical teenage girl, who quickly descends into the depths of drug addiction. Through Alice, students will see how a few bad decisions can lead to additional challenges that seem impossible to overcome. These questions will lead to a deeper understanding of this book.

Diary One (Sept. 16- Sept. 10)

The questions in this section will help students comprehend Diary One of Go Ask Alice.

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