Young Men's Work Complete Collection
Stopping Violence and Building Community
Curriculum includes, 1 Facilitator's Guides, 11 Handbooks and1 DVD
Author: Allan Creighton Author: Paul Kivel
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Created for young men ages 14-19, this updated 26-session curriculum helps break the cycle of violence from generation to generation.
-Essential resource for schools, community agencies, and juvenile corrections programs helps young men examine inner influences of anger, fear, and frustration that lead to aggressive behavior.
-Teaches at-risk or delinquent young men to solve problems without resorting to violence.
-Helps young men explore many issues - healthy relationships, self-destructive behavior, alcohol and drug abuse, being allies to young women, and community responsibility.
-Comprehensive program includes dramatic 27-minute video, student handouts, and a facilitator's guide to maximize the benefits offered through this program.
Young Men's Work Complete Collection includes:
1- Facilitator's Guide
11 - Handbooks
1 - DVD, 26 min., cc
Scope & Sequence Document
This document provides more background information on the program's research, Scope & Sequence, and related National Academic Standards.
This document is available as a free download for your use. The document is in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format and requires Adobe Acrobat to be installed on your computer. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat on your computer, Click Here for download and installation instructions.
Item: 7373 ISBN-13: 9781592858736 Publisher: Hazelden Published Year: 1998
Young Men's Work is an engaging curriculum that helps young men ages 14-19 to see the social context in which violence occurs and to view ending violence against women and men as serving their interests--and the interests of their communities.