LifeSteps: Knowing Who You Are DVD
- Teach teens how to reflect on their behavior and learn from experiences
- Features actual students filmed in actual schools and uses lively, spontaneous discussions, dramatized dilemmas, and topical humor
- Duration: 30 minutes
- Leader's guide available online
- Grades: 6-12
Self-knowledge, the most fundamental life skill, is promoted as teens learn how to reflect on their own behavior, learn from experience, and develop the integrity and moral character to resist peer pressure. The objectives of this program are for viewers to identify personal emotions and sort out complicated, conflicting feelings; to learn techniques for coping with difficult emotions; to use self-monitoring as a method of understanding behavior and gaining personal insight; to develop willingness to take positive risks; and to make ethical decisions in real-life situations. Features actual students filmed in actual schools and uses lively, spontaneous discussions, dramatized dilemmas, topical humor, and the sensitive, supportive guidance of Michael Pritchard to encourage, engage, and educate viewers. Pritchard is a youth educator, humorist, actor, former probation officer, and host of award-winning series.
This DVD is also part of the LifeSteps DVD Series.