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Discussion Guide for Violence 101

Discussion Guide for Violence 101
Engage your students in discussion before and after reading Violence 101, a provocative novel about a highly intellectual teenage boy with violent tendencies. The questions in this guide will help your class consider the causes of anger and discuss the role violence plays in society.
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