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Bullying & Harassment
This program gives youngsters the opportunity to consider and discuss strategies for coping with the effects of gossiping, taunting and bullying.
What constitutes harassment? How does it make kids feel? What can they do to handle it? What should they do if they witness it?
These are the questions that will be answered in this honest and highly effective program. With the encouragement of a school counsellor, young teens share their own experiences coping with bullying, taunting and teasing. They view and react to dramatic vignettes that show realistic situations of harassment.
Dr. Michael Furlong, professor at UC Santa Barbara, lends expert advice to students about what they can do to handle these difficult situations.
Grade Level: 3 - 5.
23 mins. (2003)
This documentary-style program explores how abusers engage in violence with the intent to exert power over their victims, isolating them from friends and family in order to gain complete control.
Real teens talk about what they think constitutes abuse and why they may be vulnerable in romantic relationships.
Experts explain how teens often don't tell anyone if they are victims of abuse because they are ashamed, or they don't want their parents stepping in to tell them what to do.
Teens are advised how to get help for themselves, and how to help a friend who is being abused. While girls are by far the most frequent targets, the fact that boys also can be victims of dating abuse is discussed.
Grade Level: 7-12.
20 mins. (2008)
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