Straight Talk Series DVD
This award-winning three-video series addresses alcohol and drug
abuse, self-esteem, school and community violence and family
disharmony. The videos feature frank testimonials of teenagers and
young adults who have experienced and overcome rough times. A real
mix of multi-cultural youth are interviewed without adult
interpretation. Each DVD is approximately 90 minutes long. A
spiralbound Discussion Guide is included with each DVD.
Straight Talk follows the chronology of typical substance
abuse patterns: Getting started, hitting bottom and recovery. Edited
in an MTV style, your students will certainly identify with Domingo,
Stacy and the 17 other kids.
Violent Times has 3 segments: Rage, grief and recovery. Each
gives insights into how anger can get out of control and cause real
problems for the perpetrator, victim and society. Viewers will learn
the varied causes of violence and the ways to manage anger and
Values and Social Skills covers self-esteem, morals, and
character issues within a multi-cultrual context. Viewers learn how
personal experiences and family ties influence life choices.
Available separately and in a money-saving series of all three DVDs.
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Videos originally produced in 1992 to 1995. Reformatted for DVD,