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  • Big Changes, Big Choices:
    FRIENDSHIP (dvd)

    for grades 5-9

    DVD with Teaching Guide

    Featuring Michael Pritchard

    From the 12 volume DVD series, BIG CHANGES, BIG CHOICES

    As children enter adolescence, issues of friendship become more complex and more central in their lives. This program explores such matters as: the characteristics of good friendship, the differences between "true" friends and "false" friends, how to prevent trouble and handle change in friendships, and initiating new friendships. Also, we look at cliques & clubs, and what it means to either include or exclude others.Read more
  • Big Changes, Big Choices:
    GETTING ALONG WITH PARENTS (dvd)

    for grades 5-9

    DVD with Teaching Guide

    Featuring Michael Pritchard

    From the 12 volume DVD series, BIG CHANGES, BIG CHOICES

    As adolescents begin to take charge of their lives, their relationships with their parents change, often painfully. This show encourages kids to understand their parents' concerns and motivations and to keep open the lines of communication. It urges them to take a realistic and empathetic view of their parents, and to realize that the freedom and autonomy they desire is best earned by proving to their parents that they are responsible and trustworthy.Read more
  • Big Changes, Big Choices:
    SAYING NO TO ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUGS (dvd)

    For grades 5-9

    DVD with Teaching Guide

    Featuring Michael Pritchard

    From the 12 volume DVD series, BIG CHANGES, BIG CHOICES

    This program presents and reinforces anti-drug attitudes and teaches practical techniques for saying "no" to our friends without appearing to be uncool. In addition to the specific matter of drug use, we examine the issue of peer pressure - both positive and negative - and figure out how to tell the difference. We consider why it's important to resist negative peer pressure, and what that has to do with taking charge of our lives.Read more
  • Big Changes, Big Choices:
    SPEAKING OF SEX (dvd)

    for grades 5-9

    DVD with Teaching Guide

    Featuring Michael Pritchard

     

    From the 12 volume DVD series, BIG CHANGES, BIG CHOICES

    This program gives young adolescents the message that abstinence from sexual activity is normal and desirable at their age. We consider the emotional dangers of sexual activity, the reasons why young people often turn to sex to compensate for other emotional needs, and the realities of unwanted pregnancy and teen parenthood, Also, we emphasize the health risks of sex due to AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases.Read more
  • Character Journal Interactive - CARING

    for grades 7-12

    For Windows

    From the 6 volume series CHARACTER JOURNAL INTERACTIVE (for Windows)Caring is not just a way of feeling - it is a way of behaving. In this journal-based interactive CD-ROM students learn that we become caring people by doing caring things. It demonstrates the positive relationships we can develop when we respond unselfishly to the needs to others and treat people with kindness, concern, and generosity. In working with this CD ROM students are called upon to watch, listen, think, write, read, evaluate, analyze, and apply.Read more
  • Character Journal Interactive - FAIRNESS

    for grades 7-12

    For Windows

    From the 6 volume series CHARACTER JOURNAL INTERACTIVE (for Windows)This journal-based interactive CD ROM leads students to an understanding of how treating people with fairness and respect is fundamental to getting along with each other and creating a just social climate. In working with this CD ROM students are called upon to watch, listen, think, write, read, evaluate, analyze, and apply.Read more
  • Character Journal Interactive - RESPECT

    for grades 7-12

    Interactive Software

    For Windows

    From the 6 volume series CHARACTER JOURNAL INTERACTIVE (for Windows)This journal-based interactive CD ROM leads students to an understanding of how treating people with respect helps us get along with each other, avoid and resolve conflicts, and create a positive social climate. In working with this CD ROM students are called upon to watch, listen, think, write, read, evaluate, analyze, and apply.Read more
  • Character Journal Interactive - TRUSTWORTHINESS

    for grades 7-12

    Interactive Software

    For Windows

    From the 6 volume series CHARACTER JOURNAL INTERACTIVE (for Windows)Trust is the basis of all good relationships and a cornerstone of good character. This journal-based interactive CD-ROM helps young people to understand what it takes to be a person others can trust and reveals some of the personal benefits that come from being honest, reliable, and principled. In working with this CD ROM students are called upon to watch, listen, think, write, read, evaluate, analyze, and apply.Read more
  • Groark Learns About PREJUDICE (dvd)

    for grades K-3

    With the Popcorn Park Puppets

    Both Spanish and English versions on same DVD

    From the 5 volume series Popcorn Park: GETTING ALONG with GROARK (dvd)Groark and his friends are planning a party. Burna convinces the others not to invite the new kid in school because he is "different." But when Groark learns that Burna doesn't even know the new kid, he turns to a group of real elementary school children for a lesson in prejudice. They discuss how people sometimes treat others unfairly because of size, age, gender, race, ethnicity and national origin, and why it's important not to pre-judge people. Groark takes this lesson in prejudice back to his friends and they decide to invite the new kid.Read more
  • Groark Learns to LISTEN (dvd)

    for grades K-3

    Featuring the Popcorn Park Puppets

    Both Spanish and English versions on same DVD

    From the 5 volume series Popcorn Park: GETTING ALONG with GROARK (dvd)Groark is working on a dance routine for a talent show with two friends. His failure to listen to their ideas and concerns upsets his friends, causes misunderstandings, and eventually results in one of them being injured. When Groark is told to go away, he turns to a group of real children who help him understand how his poor listening habits caused such trouble and how he can become a better listener. Groark asks his friends for a second chance, and his greatly improved listening skills make everybody happy.Read more