Since "mono" means "one", and "logos" means "speech or words", we can infer that "monologue" means "a speech given by one person." Monologues usually appear in plays or movies, and sometimes in writing.
For your book project, you are reading about a person important enough to have a book written about them! You are learning a lot about them! Now you will prepare to be that person - for one speech!
You are going to prepare a monologue of 5-10 sentences from that person's point of view, and deliver it to the class next week. Use real information found from your book. If you find information from another source, be sure to give credit to that source on your script.
A typed script of your monologue is due Monday, March 11.
Posted on Mon, March 4, 2019
by Holly Hull