Taunting, teasing, and the playground brawl used to be considered child's play. Now most kids and experts say bullying is the first step of a continuum of school violence that can escalate to murder.
This is an excellent program to alert students to their responsibility to stop bullying, taunting, teasing, harassing, verbal abuse, and fighting. The perpetrators, victims, parents, teachers, administrators and concerned students who talk about bullying present a kaleidoscope of viewpoints, scenes, and perspectives, pulled together by an unseen narrator. The program starts with a reminder of the Columbine tragedy and other schools marred by violence and death. Beginning in elementary school, students are harrased for being different. Victims are afraid that telling an adult will lead to greater problems, but this is wrong. Students who witness others being harassed must tell an adult and not encourage or admire the perpetrator.
Bullying in schools
-- Juvenile films.
Bullying in schools -- Prevention -- Juvenile films.
Bullying in schools -- Prevention -- Study and teaching -- Juvenile films.
School violence -- Juvenile films.
School violence -- Prevention -- Juvenile films.
School violence -- Prevention -- Study and teaching -- Juvenile films.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| Silver Spring, MD :Discovery Channel School :2004
Distributed by Discovery Channel Education,
|Other Titles|| Reality matters (Television program)
DeWitt, Stacey A.,
CWK Network, Inc.
Discovery Health Channel.
Discovery Channel School.
Discovery Channel Education.
Voiceover, Mark Skinner.
Editor, Edward Hastings.
Closed-captioned (main feature only).
Originally produced in 2000 and shown on the Discovery Health Channel television series: Reality matters.
Accompanying booklet includes essential questions, curriculum units, lesson plan, and vocabulary.
Special features: Curriculum units (video segments with pre- and post-viewing questions); standards link (correlations to National Science Education Standards); teaching resources (an overview of additional print, online, and technical support resources for the video).
DVD; full screen.
1 videodisc (25 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (12 pages ; 19 cm)