Objective: As this story begins, there is a flurry of activity among some assembled photographers, as Cressida Garnet, a famed singer, boards a cruise ship in New York City. This lesson will look at fame and how it affects one's life.
1. Class discussion. How well known does a person have to be in order to be considered famous? What are the different kinds of fame? Local? National? International? Are the changes in a person's life that are due to fame positive, negative or both? What are some of the positive aspects of fame? What about the negative aspects of it? How did fame affect Cressida's life? Would her life have been better had she never become famous? How does someone become famous? Should famous people be followed so much in the media? Does a famous person have the right to a private life? What are some of...
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