PeaceTalks: Handling Peer Pressure and Gangs
-For grades 6-12
-Featuring Michael Pritchard
-Includes Printable Teacher’s Guide
-Available on DVD or Online Digital Video Streaming
In this video, Michael Pritchard and groups of teens explore ways of dealing positively with pressures to join cliques and gangs, and pressures by friends to do something they think is wrong.
Dealing with pressures is an inescapable part of almost every teenager’s life experience. In this DVD, Michael Pritchard leads groups of teens from different parts of the U.S. on an exploration of what peer pressure is and how to cope with it. They consider ways of successfully dealing with pressures to join groups, cliques, and gangs, as well as pressures by friends to do something they know is wrong.
Each volume in the PeaceTalks series is approximately 30 minutes in length. A printable facilitator’s guide is included on each video which contains discussion questions, writing assignments, and follow-up activities that support the lesson.