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Teacher Lesson Return to "The Fury Deep Inside"
The Fury Deep Inside
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Prompts for discussion and/or writing:

• Why is Julie so angry?

• How is Julie repeating what was done to her?

• Name three things that help Julie get better control of her emotions.

• Julie says there was a good side to her anger. What was it?

• Why is part of Julie scared to give up her anger?

• What would you like to change about the way you express your emotions? How could you go about making that change?

Roleplay: Two teens, playing Julie and a friend. The friend feels she could never stop being angry. Julie describes how she’s been able to be less angry.
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(FCYU-2002-01-02)

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