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2 Is this rebellion? Explain  dissent from an accepted moral code or convention of behaviour, dress, etc. What does the word rebellion mean?

3 WHAT DO YOU THINK MAY BE SOME ISSUES? WHY DO TEENAGERS REBEL? VIDEO CLIPS FROM THE MOVIE, “THE BREAKFAST CLUB.”  HDyTv4fFdg HDyTv4fFdg  2WZrxuwDhs 2WZrxuwDhs TEEN VIEW

4 ADULT VIEW  Discovering their identities- teenagers come to a point where they are trying to figure out who they are and this causes them to try out different identities until they find one that they are comfortable with.  Independence- the teenage years are a constant struggle with dependence and independence, most teens want to start doing things for themselves and become rebellious because of that fact.  Hormonal changes- with the changing hormones, teens experience a variety of mood changes which causes them to act out in rebellious ways.  Peer pressure- teens start to feel pressure from their peers which can lead them to start acting out in destructive ways.

5 Using your own opinion and experience answer the following prompt: Why do teenagers rebel? Remember to look at your rubric checklist:  remember to narrow down the topic and have your opinion  Decide whether you agree or disagree  Make sure to include a proper topic sentence, at least 3 points and a concluding statement  Avoid slang and conversational tone.  Using I is fine BUT do not use YOU


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