Rules of the Road Essay & Project Ideas

Joan Bauer
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1. As Jenna encounters different rules of the road, she relates them to life. As you begin Rules of the Road, start two lists, Rules of the Road and Rules for Life. Write down particular events in the story which fall under each heading. When the lists are completed, compare and contrast the two. How do the two lists relate to each other? What insights can you draw from them?

2. In chapter two, Jenna talks about attending Al-Anon, an organization that helps families of alcoholics. Later Harry Bender talks about Alcoholics Anonymous. Choose one of these organizations and create a display featuring a description of the organization, brochures acquired from a local group, and a list of guidelines participants use to help themselves. Consider audio or video taping an interview with a worker/ leader to include in the display.

3. Jenna's Grandma...

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