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THE RIGHT THING TO DO
Transcript of THE RIGHT THING TO DO
1. Exposition: Rebecca & Patric saw a man lying on the pavement. They did not do nothing except looking.
2. Conflict: David came and he too did the same thing.
3. Climax: A lady in blue help the man by giving them instruction. They were instructed to do what happen during emergency. The man recovered and the lady walk away.
4. Falling action: Ambulance came and took him to the hospital. The famous chef, Michael Scott, thank the three of them.
5. Resolution: The three of them are very happy to help and complaining the lady for not helping and ordering them.
A man is lying on the street. 3 people Patric, Rebecca and David pass by and they look at him not knowing what to do. There are in 2 minds, either to walk away and do something. As they are arguing, a lady in blue comes and immediately help the man. She instructs each of them, David has to call for an ambulance, Rebecca to get water and Patric for the man's pulse. The lady asked Patric to take the pills inside the man's pocket and he took the pills and get better. The man is actually the famous Tv chef. The 3 of them are happy to help and commented on the lady for not wanting to help.
Character & Characteristic
A. Rebecca, David & Patric
Claiming undeserved credit
A. Responsibility and civic duty
Rebecca, Patric and David does not bother to help the man as they did not knowing him. While the lady in blue is a quick thinking and quickly give orders.
B. Taking charge in a critical condition
The lady in blue able to take charge on critical situation and she knows what need to be done.
C. Helping others in need
Once they notice the man is a famous person, they are glad that they helped and take credit for helping him. In contrast, the lady helped the man regardless of his identity.
A. We must help other people regardless their race, religion, or status
B. We must help with sincerity. We should not take credit for helping and expecting something in return.
C. Taking credit when it is not deserved is wrong.
journalist & author
debut novel; The Imagination Box, release in May 2015
after he left his job as a reporter, he wrote a true story book, It happened to Me, published by Summersdale.
THE RIGHT THING TO DO
Time : Daytime
Place : The sidewalk of a street in town.
B. The lady in blue
Sensitive and observant
C. Micheal Schott (the sick man)
Grateful and pleasant person
Tone & Mood
The tone is serious as there was a man lying on the street. once the ambulance has taken the man to the hospital, the tone and mood becomes lighter and relieved as Rebecca, Patrick and David take the credit for saving the man.
Style & Language
The language used is fairly simple and easy to understand.
The play is only one scene.
The author uses irony to convey the message.
• The play illustrates sheds light of the attitude of some people in our society.