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BKA

At age 5
She could read on a second grade level.

At age 6
She had been in 3 plays and had great diction.

At age 7
She could explain viscosity.

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At age 4
He had performed in 3 plays and a confident speaker.

At age 5
He could solve motion problems.

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ABC Who Are We

One of the best ways to motivate young people is to allow them to become mentors. ABC Who Are We was written by middle school drama students for preschool and elementary age audiences. The play encourages youth to be true their interests and personalities.

ABC Who Are We highlights the lives of Colin Powell, Jennifer Lopez, Amelia Earhart and Barbara Jordan. It is a wonderful mixture of history and comedy.

60% of each ABC Who Are We download benefits innovative education programming by OurStory, a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization.

Recommended Actor Ages: 10 to 14

Recommended Audience Audience: 5 to 10

$5.99

Excerpts:
Young Amelia:  Now children.  We are going to ask your help.  In this scene, my mother takes me to see the aeroplane show when I was a little girl.  Aero means air or flying.  I need each of you to say eerrrrrrrrnn every time you hear someone say the word aeroplane.

Mother: Amelia, dear, I don’t want you to go. It’s dangerous. I don’t want anything to happen to my little baby. I have a bad feeling about this trip.
Adult Amelia: Mother, I’m not your little baby anymore. I’ve had years of experience flying planes and years of mechanical training. I have already flown the Atlantic. I want to be the first woman to fly around the world.

 

Barbara: Good afternoon, Congress, and Citizens of these United States.  I, Barbara Jordan, am announcing my intention to stay in office to help all people and children in need.
Reporter 1:  Ms. Jordan is there any truth to the rumors that your health is failing
Barbara:  I do not know about my health failing.  But, I have been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.

 

Jennifer:  Dance off?  We didn’t say anything about a dance contest.
Courtney:  What’s the matter?   Scared that I am really the better dancer?
Jennifer:  Really, Courtney, really?
Courtney:  Then bring it!
Jennifer and Courtney lead the audience in the Chicken Dance.  They dance really hard and are out of breath. 
Jennifer :  We should not let a thing come between us.  Of course, we can share the trophy.
Courtney:  Yeah.  Good friends are too hard to find to let something like this get in the way.

 

Young Colin:  Are you sure that you didn’t take that money.
Friend:  (Looks away.)  Yeah.  I took it. 
Young Colin:  Well, then you have to tell the truth and give back the money.
Friend:  What’s it to you?
Young Colin:  I think it is important that Americans help and protect each other. 

Adult Powell:  The reason I’m not running for president is because there are better places for me than being president. I would like to help people get more involved in volunteering to assist those in need with their problems.
Reporter:   Well, the people would like you to be president and so would the little children. Is it true that the government keeps secret missile codes at colleges? Isn’t it also true that the government knows that there is life on Mars? How many nuclear bombs do you have?
Adult Powell: (Colin Powell is getting more suspicious.)  You’re asking too many top secret questions.
Reporter:  Sir, the public just wants to know the truth.
Adult Powell:  You can't handle the truth!


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