PowerSurgeTeenIssuesDVDs

Relationships

Character Education, Sexual Issues, Personal Issues, Social Issues, Substance Abuse, Drug Abuse Series

Friends, Self-Image, Parents and Divorce

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All Teen Relationship Videos are 15 minutes in length, featuring three teens and two adult experts.  Ready to use, reproducible lesson plans on CD-ROM, with discussion questions and homework projects for each video.

TeenChosingTheRightFriendsDVDPreviewTeenageFriendsDVDVideo FRIENDS VIDEO  Do you really become like your friends? Michelle says she did, even though she was "stronger" than them. Kyle and Harry are National Body Boarding champions, and for them, friendship means support and encouragement. Frank narrowly avoided gang life, but he had to get new friends. Choose friends you want to be like and who encourage you! TeenSelf-ImageDVDPreviewTeenageSelf-ImageDVDVideo SELF-IMAGE VIDEO   For teens, self-image is everything! But that’s often shaped by what everybody else thinks about them! How do friends make them feel good or bad? Carla was popular, but she hated the way she looked. Jim says the key is to help others, and find friends who build you up.   NBA star A.C. Green says to find what you are good at, and do it!
TeenFightingWithParentsDVDPreviewTeenUnderstandingParentsDVDVideo PARENTS VIDEO  Why can’t teens and parents get along? They can, but it takes a lot of understanding and communication. Ann’s parents are old-fashioned and want to control her like a little kid. Theresa’s dad does drugs, and she has to live with it. Parents and teens aren’t perfect. Teens gain insight and learn how to communicate and get along with their parents. TeenUnderstandingDivorceDVDPreviewTeenCopingWithDivorceDVDVideo DIVORCE VIDEO   Who wins in divorce? Nobody! The pain runs deep in a teen and can last a lifetime if they don’t deal with it. Shawntell had nightmares after her parents split up. Eric encourages teens to tell their parents how they feel, even at the risk of parents rejecting their feelings. And realizing that it’s not your fault is big step forward in dealing with divorce.

 

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