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   Aggression, Intimidation, and Bullying DVD
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    Description: What's at the root of aggressive behavior, and why is it so widespread today? Learn why some people adopt belligerent attitudes that lead them to inappropriate confrontations. How to avoid these kinds of interactions will be discussed.
    Price: $79.95
    Copyright: ©2006
    Format: 1 DVD
    Length:18 minutes
    UPC:69394 0160936
    Learning Objectives: 1) Students will learn about what constitutes bullying. Various forms of bullying will be discussed.
    2) Students will understand why a bully targets certain people as his or her victims.
    3) Students will learn how to avoid being the victim of a bully.
    4) Bullies will learn why it is in their own best interest to change their behaviors and to stop victimizing others.

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    "The issue of bullying is often overlooked in schools, although its implications can become very serious and even life threatening. Many of the discipline problems in school are the result of the act of bullying. In this video, students learn what constitutes bullying and its various forms. They will be able to understand why bullies target certain people as their victims, and how to avoid becoming a victim. Bullies will learn why it is in their own best interest to change their behaviors and to stop victimizing others. The terms aggression, intimidation, and bullying are defined along with real-life situations portrayed by teenagers. Characteristics of bullies are explored, as well as how bullies use the tactics of physical abuse, inappropriate touching, verbal abuse, and emotional abuse on their targets. The differences between male and female bullies are described. The profile of a usual target for bullying is included along with ways to make yourself a less likely target. The video uses an outline form that allows for stopping of the tape for class discussion of each point."
    SOURCE: School Library Journal, April 2001 Issue
    AUTHOR: Tammy Snipes, Great Falls High School, SC
    Reproduced, with permission from School Library Journal Copyright
    By Cahners Business Information
    A Division of Reed Elsevier Inc.
    Special Features:
    Region Free
    Chapter Menus
    Interactive Quiz

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