Raw, written by Scott Monk is a simple, yet thought provoking book exploring the themes of teenage rebellion, its effect on institutionalization. The story revolves around the experiences of, Brett a young offender is sent to a detention centre to reform and attain a second chance in life. As a result Brett is sent to The Farm, a facility that aims to turn young offender’s lives around, by.
Raw follows the story of Brett Dalton a teenager with an attitude who has succumb to peer pressure and lives outside the law. After being picked up for various minor offences Brett finds himself having to spend time at a rehabilitation centre. the image that I have created symbolises Brett Daltons perspective of the rehabilitation centre called the farm.
I read this book after hearing Scott Monk present to Matthias Media Christian Writers Group, 15 October 2018. I fortuitously found a copy of the book as a giveaway item ex-library stock of the Conservatorium High School. The book had been set as a Higher School Certificate text some years ago. The book was targeted at a late teen audience. It.
Scott Monk's novel, Raw, explores a number of issues to do with the power of institutions and the impact on individuals, within them. The text also explores the relationship between individuals and the authorities that have the power and the loss of individuality of inmates. The text also explores the concept of rehabilitation. Through the use of techniques such as characterisation, language.
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Each institution serves a different purpose for both authority figures and the individuals institutionalised. With the study of texts such as RAW, a novel by Scott Monk, Long Walk To Freedom by Nelson Mandela, Cry From The Heart-The Chris Edwards story, as well as the 60 minutes story The F.
Scott Monk is an author, journalist, chocoholic and monster hunter. Respected for his ability to get even the most reluctant readers to pick up a book, Scott has written four novels for teenagers, including Boyz 'R' Us, Raw, The Crush and The Never Boys. His latest novel, Beyond the Knock-Knock, is his first contemporary fantasy novel for middle school students. When he isn't busy hunting.
RAW BY SCOTT MONK PLOT Unnecessary moments will be removed. Reassuring you that most of the plot will stay the same. SETTING BIG Set in Texas dont worry:) CHARACTERS Tommy Lee Jones Dolly Parton Avril Lavigne as Mary as Sam as frog Shad Gaspard as Tyson as Rebecca as Josh some.
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Scott Monk (born 14 June 1974) is an Australian author. Monk was born in Macksville in New South Wales. He later lived in North Ryde, attending local public school Peter Board High, before moving to South Australia to join The Advertiser as a cadet journalist. In 1999 he won South Australia's Young Journalist of the Year Award. Monk has written many novels including: Raw; The Crush; Boyz 'R.
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