Youth: Pre-teens

Digital Footprint - Watch Where You Step

Subject: 
Internet Safety
Minutes Long: 
21 min.

Your digital footprint is the data trace left by your activity in a digital environment, whether on the internet, buying something with a credit or debit card, or using a mobile phone. Like everything on the web, digital data cannot be washed away – it remains forever, a permanent footprint. Discover how the things you do in a digital environment can ultimately impact your life, how to stay safe, and how to clean up your online presence.

Produced By: 
Learning ZoneXpress

You Can Say No: Here's How

Subject: 
Peer pressure and assertive techniques
Minutes Long: 
23

Teaches children the ability to stand up for what they think is right when others are pressuring them.  Can be a useful tool for adolescents.  Program helps students recognize    that they have the right to act in their own best interest using problem-solving situations close to what teens’ experience.  Teaches assertiveness techniques that will enable them to stand up for themselves and gain more control of their lives.

Produced By: 
Sunburst Communications

You Can Choose Series (10 parts)

Subject: 
Self help skills - self esteem
Minutes Long: 
30 each

This series by Comedian / Child & Teen Counsellor Michael Pritchard is an entertaining and thought provoking video series designed to help children develop a range of important life skills and a healthy self-esteem. Each episode presents an imaginative skit in which one character makes a tough choice with the help of a group of real elementary school children.

 PART 1.  COOPERATION: With his singing quartet at stake, Moose discovers he cannot always have his own way and learns some valuable skills for working harmoniously with others.

Produced By: 
Nestle's Production - Kenra Video Dist.

Why I Won't Do Drugs

Subject: 
Prevention and education
Minutes Long: 
10

With lively lyrics this video designed for early drug education helps young viewers make the connection between understanding and respecting your health, and how drug use can harm your body.  Presents a positive message in terms, which children can easily relate.  If you have questions about drugs, talk to a grown up you can trust.  The program concludes with the refrain, "I want to be happy, I want to be smart, I won't do drugs and I'm never gonna start".

Produced By: 
Sunburst Communications

Why Did The Smokes Cross The Road To Get You Hooked?

Subject: 
Tobacco advertising
Minutes Long: 
6

A look at how cigarette advertising targets youth.  This video was made by Lake Trail Junior School YOUTH C.O.D.E.S. in the Comox Valley.

Produced By: 
Community Organization for Drug Education Services

Truth About Marijuana, The

Subject: 
Drugs - marijuana
Minutes Long: 
20

Dramatizes how the choice to use drugs affects a young person’s social and emotional life.  Helps students recognize other alternatives for solving problems.  Presents facts about smoking marijuana that link the drug to emotional and physical problems, thus helping students in making the right choices.

Produced By: 
Sunburst Communications

Trust Me: Learning To Be Responsible

Subject: 
Self help skills
Minutes Long: 
22

Using six scenarios typical of middle school experience to explore issues of responsibility and help students work toward creating their own standards of responsibility:  when must you take responsibility?  What are your responsibilities as a student?  Are you responsible for keeping a commitment even when you didn’t promise?  How does the way you act affect the way grown-ups treat you?  What are your responsibilities as a friend?  What happens when your rights conflict with your responsibility?  Demonstrates that behaving in a responsible manner is an ess

Produced By: 
Sunburst Communications

Somthing Wrong At Home - The Alcoholic Family

Subject: 
Alcohol problems in the family
Minutes Long: 
14

Children who live in a family where someone has an alcohol problem are aware that something is wrong at home, but confused and uncertain of the reason.  They often blame them-   selves.  Program helps young viewers understand that children are never the cause of a parent's drinking.  Suggests specific steps they can take to make life better for themselves, identifies sources of help.

Produced By: 
Sunburst Communications

Second Hand Smoke Is No Joke

Subject: 
Tobacco
Minutes Long: 
10

Video deals with the issues of second hand smoke in restaurants and other public places.  A series of interviews conducted by members of Robb Road Junior School Youth C.O.D.E.S. within the Comox Valley community.

Produced By: 
Community Organization for Drug Education Services

Saying No And Meaning It

Subject: 
Peer pressure and assertive techniques
Minutes Long: 
18

Children learn how not to give in to negative peer pressure using pressure filled situations viewers can easily relate to.  Lively songs and age appropriate language, program teaches four easy to learn assertive techniques. Demonstrates with four different scenarios acting out real life situations.

Produced By: 
Sunburst Communications
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