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                                                                     WHY IS AN E-COURSE IMPORTANT?

This E-Course is important because according to the Center for Disease Control, teens in the United States ages 16-19 were killed and 221,313 were treated in emergency departments for injuries suffered in motor vehicle crashes in 2014. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2015, an estimated 10,625 were killed in drunk driving crashes.



     HOW DOES THE 'IGNITE THE MORAL COMPASS E-COURSE' HELP MY STUDENTS?

This course can help you recognize the significance of your 'Choice Power', as you read about the characters, you can let their experiences on stage resonate within while you observe the character's choices. Focus on the scenes that strike you and be aware of the images and moments that grab your attention. This course can help you raise your consciousness.


WHY IS USING A PLAY IMPORTANT?

The play 'FRAGRANCE' is used as the catalyst to help readers and viewers who engage in reckless recreational drinking or know people that participate in reckless drinking; experience through theater, the visual pain that drinking and driving causes in families, communities and friendships. A dramatic play such as 'FRAGRANCE' awards you the opportunity to observe the chaos on stage and witness the characters lives be turned upside down. Hopefully you will take a sigh of relief because the life crisis is happening on stage and not in real life. If you have already experienced a drinking and driving nightmare and you made it out alive, then let This play be a reminder of how lucky you were that time.


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