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Young adolescents will learn:
To recognize what makes a good friendship.
That it is normal for friendships to change as we grow up.
How to maintain good friendships through the tumultuous changes of adolescence.
That it's good to be open to friendships with people who are different from us.
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.
About the Big Changes Big Choices Series
In Big Changes, Big Choices comedian/teen counselor Michael Pritchard helps young adolescents discover that they have the power and the responsibility to make the right choices for themselves. The TV cameras follow him to middle schools in different regions of the U.S. as he thrills his young listeners with unusual humor about growing up, and engages groups of teens in highly productive problem-solving sessions about serious issues that affect their lives.
Each volume in the series is approximately 25 minutes in length. A printable teaching guide is included on each video which contains discussion questions, writing assignments, and follow-up activities that support the lesson.
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CHOKING HAZARD - small parts Not for children 3 years or under