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   Overcoming Prejudice DVD
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    Description: People from diverse backgrounds should learn to get along with one another and should celebrate their differences. Find out why prejudice is such a negative force and learn why it is better if people accept one another as individuals.
    Price: $39.95
    Copyright: ©2005
    Format: 1 DVD
    Length:13 minutes
    UPC:69394 0211430
    Learning Objectives: 1) Students will think about the damage that is created by prejudice.
    2) Teens of various ethnic backgrounds will discuss prejudice.
    3) Students will learn that diversity makes the world a better place.

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    "The opening scene of a burning cross is an immediate attention grabber, preparing viewers for available educational opportunity. An off-screen male narrator skillfully discusses different forms of prejudice by interweaving interviews with multicultural young adult boys and girls and adult professionals with archival footage. These individuals tell how prejudice has affected their lives and they discuss how they would like to be treated by others. Each interviewee is personable and sincere. Effective onscreen graphics show the pronunciation and definition of key words read by the narrator. One powerful quote states, ' We cannot change the past, we can only make the future brighter...Your actions will make a difference.' This production lends itself well to group discussions lead by a facilitator, but it could be used effectively for individual viewing followed by a discussion with an instructor. The video exhibits very good technical and aural aspects, a good script, and the teaching objectives are well met. An excellent purchase for school health, counseling, and social studies curriculums and for public libraries with home school and youth group patrons."
    SOURCE: School Library Journal, May 2000 Issue
    AUTHOR: Kathy Drummer, Newcastle Middle School, WY
    Reproduced, with permission from School Library Journal Copyright
    By Cahners Business Information
    A Division of Reed Elsevier Inc.
    Special Features:
    Region Free

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