Human Relations Media

Legal But Deadly: Abusing Prescription Drugs

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Prescription drugs like OxyContin, Ritalin, Vicodin, Xanax and codeine based cough syrup are making headlines around the nation as teens continue to abuse these “legal” drugs by crushing the pills and snorting or injecting the powder or drinking the liquid. Studies continue to offer evidence of an emerging problem with OxyContin and Ritalin addiction among young people.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:19
Legal But Deadly: Abusing Prescription Drugs

Understanding HIV and Aids (2006)

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What is the difference between HIV and AIDS? How do you get it? Can I touch a person with AIDS? Is there a cure for HIV?· Based on national health curriculum standards for middle school plus the latest science, this program arms students with the facts about HIV and AIDS.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:17
Understanding HIV and Aids

Portion Control: Seeing the Healthy Way to Eat

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Using the power of video to its best advantage this program teaches teens how to choose the right food portions for their body type and metabolism and to visualize these portions in memorable ways. Nationwide, teenagers have become accustomed to eating “supersized.” This is a major factor in the obesity epidemic affecting teens today.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:22
Portion Control: Seeing the Healthy Way to Eat

Harassment Workshop

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Viewers hear from their peers about diverse forms of harassment that are all-too-common on many school campuses. Real teens discuss their experiences with bullying, intimidation, exclusion from a social group, verbal abuse, name-calling, sexual harassment, hazing and Internet harassment also known as cyberbullying.

Grade Level: 
High
Harassment Workshop

You, Your Body and Puberty

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Join Tyler, Vanessa, Sam and Michelle, four friends who have been buddies since kindergarten, as they begin to observe and understand puberty. These boys and girls notice changes in themselves and each other--physical changes, emotional changes and changes in how they react to one another. In school, their health teacher, Mr. Saulson, leads them in their study of puberty.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Middle
Length: 
00:24
You, Your Body and Puberty

Wise Owl Says: When Telling Isn't Tattling (2006)

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This engaging video or DVD combines animation and live-action segments to help young viewers understand the difference between tattling (which aims to land someone else in trouble) and telling (which aims to help someone solve a problem).

Grade Level: 
Primary
Elementary
Length: 
00:12
Wise Owl Says: When Telling Isn't Tattling

What Type of Person Am I? - Personality and Careers (2006)

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Based on research showing personality type as the key factor in successful career development, program helps young teens understand the six basic personality types as presented in the Holland Hexagon: Doer, Thinker, Creator, Helper, Persuader and Organizer.

Grade Level: 
Middle
Length: 
00:18
What Type of Person Am I? - Personality and Careers

The Choking Game (2006)

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This program exposes the choking game·a shockingly foolish and deadly activity among 9-14 year olds that has resulted in the tragic deaths of children across the country.

Grade Level: 
Middle
Length: 
00:19
The Choking Game

Stash That Cash: Budgeting (Saving and Investing for Teens) (2006)

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A teen with a job faces all kinds of decisions about how to use that paycheck: go out to dinner or save for a car? A new iPod or college tuition? Spring break at the beach or a long-term investment? Program introduces the concepts of money management and financial planning for the future in a fun, easy-to-understand manner.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:21
Stash That Cash: Budgeting (Saving and Investing for Teens)

Now What? Non-College Opportunities for High School Grads (2006)

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College is not the only choice for students, but students who do not choose college still need to think about and plan for the future. Program provides a step-by-step approach to exploring opportunities and preparing for life after high school.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:16
Now What? Non-College Opportunities for High School Grads

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