Chip Taylor Communications



Subject: Guidance

Teens At-Risk Series

A series of important programs that address difficult issues facing today's teenagers using positive situations and true and believable role models. Series: 9 programs (10 to 60 minutes). Click for more

Respect: Sexual Harassment

Respect: Sexual Harassment

"Recommended. This short title effectively introduces sexual harassment to middle school, junior high and early high school viewers. Brief scenarios depict students of both genders teasing others by snapping bra straps, telling friends to 'look at that butt,' and inappropriately flirting. Students are briefly advised on how to handle sexual harassment when it occurs to them or when they see others engaging in it. Quick and to the point, this excellent program prompts further discussion." -Booklist
"Recommended. This outstanding program gives clear examples and explains why sexual harassment is hurtful and wrong." -Parent Council Review
You don't need a long program to make your point, which is the point of this short program: sexual harassment is wrong; so stop it! Sexual harassment can occur at all types of ages and to both genders; so it makes sense to teach 'tweens and teens, while they are still adolescents, what behavior is appropriate and what is not. This program is effective because it uses young people speaking directly to young people and includes real-life reenactments of a number of common sexual harassment scenarios. The questions addressed - and answered - include: What is sexual harassment? How can you make sure that your actions would not be considered sexual harassment? How do you know if you're being harassed? What do you do if you're being harassed? What do you do if you see someone being harassed? What do you do if you if you think you harassed someone? The end result is viewers learn that it's all about RESPECT! Produced by Baltimore Co. Schools. 01/10DE JSCA 10 min.
Also See: Sexual Abuse: In the Family





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