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Grades: 6-12, 29/27 minutes (in two parts for classroom use).Affluenza is a fascinating look at one of the greatest social maladies of our time: over consumption and materialism.
It also explores the strategies used by marketers to sell products to young people. All About Garbage and Recycling (2008) DVD Goodtimes Video, 55 minutes, K-4 grades.Celebrate trash with Backpack Jack and company as they embark on a variety of stinky adventures.The program offers children a fun and comprehensive look at the waste management industry, from its variety of truck and plows, to fun with a CB radio.An Inconvenient Truth: A Global Warning (2006) Paramount Classics, A Division of Paramount Pictures, Grades: 7-Adult, 96 minutes.This DVD presents an eye-opening and compelling view of the future of our planet – and our civilization. Another Awesome Aerosol Adventure (1995) Consumer Aerosol Products Council, 11 minutes.This video describes the design and use of aerosol products.
Auntie Litter’s Pollution Patrol (1996) University of Alabama, Grades: K-2, minutes (each program).
Four fast-paced video programs which will motivate young students to learn more about the environment around them and to do their part to clean-up the world in which they live.
The four programs are “Good Litter, Bad Litter,” “Reuse, Reduce Waste, Recycle,” “Where Does Our Waste Go? Song sheet with words and a Teacher’s guide are included.
Auntie Litter’s Earth: We’re in it Together (2000) University of Alabama, Grades: 3-6, minutes (each program).
This ground breaking educational series will motivate students to prevent pollution and conserve our natural resources.
Attractive graphics, interesting science experiments, and timed questions will encourage critical thinking and problem solving.