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Week 8(1) - Week8 PEERRELATIONSHIPS MidtermReflection...

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PEER RELATIONSHIPS Week 8
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Midterm Reflection In groups of three, discuss each others’ vignettes –  mentioning aspects of your group members’ stories you  found compelling. Briefly summarize your findings from the analysis you  conducted.  Discuss any similar findings, as well as any  apparent differences, that group members may have  discovered.  Discuss any challenges you encountered while completing  this assignment and provide group members with  feedback on these challenges. 
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Peer Relationships Reel Works -  http://www.reelworks.org/ “Reel Works Teen Filmmaking is centered of the conviction that every  young person has a story to tell and an important contribution to  make our world. We believe that filmmaking holds within it essential  disciplines of literacy, communication, creative and critical thinking,  storytelling and teamwork that young people need to effectively  express their unique visions. In the process they gain self-esteem,  master state-of-the-art technology and are transformed from passive  consumers to active creators of media. We say to teens: You have a  voice. Use it!”
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Peer Relationships “Under Star”  a film by Zachary Poots From what you heard and observed in the film, what may have  influenced Charlie to begin experimenting with drugs? What was Zach’s clever way of influencing Charlie’s behavior? What was the flaw in Zach’s plan?  What does this flaw reveal  about the influence of peers?
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Peer Relationships “Playing with the Other Tigers”  a film by Zachary Lennon-Simon What environmental factors influenced this friendship from  their childhood into their adolescence? Describe Amr’s peer relationships pre and post-911. From what you have observed in this film as well as your own  life, what commonalities can serve as the basis for friendship?
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