from Sunburst Media These four programs identify through real-life examples the meaning and effects, both good and bad, of cliques. Comes with a CD-ROM containing a lesson plan for implementing the content. For grades 4-7. (18 min.)
Cliques? It Feels Good to Belong Finding their place in a particular social group is a primary concern of many children. Cliques are groups of friends, but not all groups of friends are cliques. Cliques may be formed in elementary school or in middle school. Sometimes cliques are made of kids who share a common interest and other times the kids in them want to be popular or want to belong.
Cliques? Good or Bad Cliques can have both positive and negative effects on individuals and groups, too. This program explores how cliques can affect a student and an entire school.
Cliques? Excluding Others This program shows that cliques leave some kids out on purpose and kids may act much differently than they did before they were part of the clique.
Cliques? One or More is Okay Some students have diverse interests. In this program kids will come to understand that its okay to have two different sets of friends to hang out with.
In the trailer below, a scene from Cliques begins at :37.
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