The Character Chronicles: THE TRUST CONNECTION
-For Grades 4-8
-Produced in association with CHARACTER COUNTS!
-Video with Printable Teacher’s Guide
-Free online video streaming included!
Teaches young adolescents about the role honesty and trust play in our relationships with others. One of six DVDs in the character education series “The Character Chronicles.”
This program helps young adolescents think about role honesty and trust play in our relationships with others.
The Trust Connection begins with Judy, a middle school blogger, presenting a video vignette, shot on the streets of New York City, reflecting on the role of trust in everyday life. She then introduces a group of teens who tell moving stories about losing and regaining trust with friends and family. That essay is punctuated by a short dramatic skit about the new kid in school who lied to fit in. This program is designed to trigger lively classroom discussions about honesty and trustworthiness in our everyday lives.
ABOUT THE SERIES:
Presented from the points of view of six middle school video bloggers, this series explores The Six Pillars of Character through the thoughts and personal experiences of young people throughout the U.S. The series contains a variety of entertaining and provocative elements including inspiring documentaries, humorous vignettes, and insightful teen discussions about each of the pillars. These compelling chronicles sparkle with a hip, modern, energetic style that appeals to young viewers.
Each volume in the series is approximately 25 minutes in length. A printable teaching guide is included with each video, providing discussion questions, writing assignments, and follow-up activities that further support and extend the lesson.
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