Program Contents: 20 minute DVD
Copyright Date: 2001
Part of the Real Life Teens Series
The Real Life Teens series takes an unbiased, realistic look, from the teen's perspective, at the wide variety of issues teens face today. Featuring young teenagers (not actors) telling their stories, in their own words.
The series discusses many significant issues in adolescent society and cuts through many barriers with its honest and relevant advice. The Real Life Teens is crafted by experts to solve pressing problems in today's high schools. Give your students the advice and support they need in this complex and often overwhelming world.
Anger is often the most powerful emotion for teens -- but it can reveal a deep assortment of underlying emotions. At school campuses everywhere, anger is a growing problem for students. This program covers teen anger and why anger can be the tip of an emotional iceberg. Students discover methods for recognizing anger in all its forms and how to cope with it. Teens learn what leads up to anger and how to diffuse angry or violent situations. They'll also learn about anger and home life, why covering up anger is dangerous, how to maintain positive attitudes and how to deal with this negative emotion in a positive way.
Subjects covered include:
•Why Anger can be destructive
•Common sources of anger in teens
•How to let out anger
•Anger and home life
•Violence and anger
•Expressing emotions in a positive way
This program is designed for use with a general high school audience, grades 8-12.