urban version - communications

In this segment of The Choice Game™ we explore Peer Pressure, and communications with peers as well as adults. There are 17 scenes, 7 choices to be made & 22 backstories.

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"Communications" helps youth learn communication strategies for letting their true feelings be known. "Refusal" skills teaches youth to take control of their lives by asserting themselves and standing up for their beliefs.

Track Two: (T.J. and Tina are in warehouse. Music is in the background.) (Communications/trust skills between boy and girl, honestly with parents, grandparents, guardians.)

T.J.: I didn’t think you’d come.

Tina: What ya’ mean?

T.J.: Well, sometimes I’m not sure about you.

Tina: Porqué?

T.J.: Porqué ..Well... I asked ya here tonight, but you never said you’d come.

Tina: Well, I had a lot of thinkin’ to do... ‘nd I didn’t want to tell you I’d come ‘nd then not show up.

T.J.: (He sighs.) That’s cool. Boy, ya sure do a lot of thinkin’.

Tina: I’m just gettin’ used to Newark ‘nd all. We don’t have places like this at the shore where I used to live.

T.J.: Really?

Tina: ‘nd I wasn’t sure I should let my grandma know I was coming here tonight

T.J.: You didn’t tell her?

Tina: No. I just said I was goin’ to a friend’s house.

T.J.: Cool.

Tina: You’re one fine lookin’ girl tonight.

Tina: Thanks.

T.J.: ‘nd I was able to get my father’s keys.

Tina: Do ya have his permission?

T.J.: Not really. But he’s always talkin’ ‘bout how he was young once. So I figure he’d understand.

Tina: Maybe.

T.J.: Let’s dance.

Tina: ok (They dance slow and close. She lets him kiss her.)

T.J.: Let’s go to my father’s office.

Tina has just moved to the city to live with her Grandmother, from a more rural area. She is trying to fit in and is attracted to T.J.

This segment explores sending mixed messages, peer pressure, and relationship with parents or guardian. The concept of the “Wait Ring” is introduced.

Tina goes to meet TJ when he decides to have a group of friends come to the warehouse where his Dad works.

Listen to "Opening Scene" (Track 1)

If Tina rejects T.J.'s advances, he gets angry she has to decide if it worth risking the relationship.

Tina has a good relationship with her grandmother and decides to talk to her about what she learned.

Listen to "Decision Time" (Track 7)



Listen to "TJ & Dad Talk" (Track 17)