Violence and Conflict – Work In Progress 4
Movies, television, newspapers and magazines, video and computer games sell violence and conflict to at risk youth, but it’s not okay to assault, punch, kick, shoot, cut, swear, join gangs, or otherwise misbehave. How do people with good intentions make young people understand the importance of respecting authority figures like police and principals? Use the lessons in our Violence and Conflict book to teach youth at risk about conflict and decision making, dealing with violent acts, police confrontation, violence in the media, the nonviolent code and getting along with authority figures.
This evidence based material consists of life skills for high school and middle school, at risk youth in juvenile detention, after school programs, secure juvenile faculties, community based organizations, homeless shelters, and in organizations that are alternatives to incarceration.The 130-page Instructor’s Manual contains teaching guidelines for all life skills activities and lessons, 52 pages of activities, 3 section quizzes, 2 assessment pages, answer keys, 4 short stories, 3 inspirational biographies and 4 motivational posters.
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By purchasing the downloadable version of this workbook the buyer agrees to make and use only ONE (1) copy of this copyrighted e-book.Considering purchasing workbooks alone? Obviously workbooks are less expensive than ARISE instructor manuals. The instructor manual guides the person leading the life skills groups and includes all the workbook pages. Workbooks do not have activity instructions. They are designed specifically for use by learners in conjunction with the ARISE Group facilitator’s manual. Generally speaking the workbook is not useable by itself.