Points out some of the key areas that the layman may overlook if he's new to the sport of soccer. Interviews fans who tell why they have been "turned-on" to soccer. Includes a glossery of soccer terms.
Briefly explores the history of soccer and basic rules such as the field of play, the equipment, the duration of play, etc. Fans, parents, NASL and Junior League players tell about their positions in the game, why they enjoy them and their involvement in the teams.
Episode 10 from the series Self Incorporated, a 15-program television/film series. Self Incorporated is designed to stimulate classroom discussion of critical issues and problems of early adolescence. It aims at helping 11- to 13-year-olds cope with the physical, social, and emotional changes they are experiencing. Self Incorporated was created under the management of the Agency for Instructional Television through the resources of a consortium of 42 state and provincial educational and broadcasting agencies, with additional assistance from Exxon Corporation.
Episode 5 from the Agency for Instructional Technology series Global Geography. The program is a joint project of the National Council for Geographic Education, the Association of American Geographers, the American Geographical Society, and the National Geographic Society. Intended for grades 6-9.
Program 8 of Looking From The Inside/Out series presents caring as a very important emotion, identifies how you care about many people in your life in different ways. Shows how caring is mutually beneficial and how helping someone else helps you feel good about yourself. Develops ways to show people that you care about them, especially by being a good listener.
Program 7 of Looking From The Inside/Out series illustrates difficulties in making new friends and what it is like to be the "new kid." Shows how loneliness often leads to shutting yourself off from others. Works on effective techniques for improving communication skills as a way to deal with loneliness.
Program 13 of Looking From The Inside/Out series discusses what makes us sad and how it feels to be sad. Stimulates thinking about healthy ways to deal with sadness. Promotes individual initiative as a basic strategy for dealing effectively with sadness.
Presents the general nature, strengths, limitations, and developmental constructs of behavior therapy as based on the work of Clark Hull, B.F. Skinner, and Robert F. Mager. Distinguishes and explains the three types of classifications within behavior therapy: classical, operant, and cognitive. Uses dramatizations and illustrations to demonstrate the concepts of reinforcement, extinction, and punishment. Discusses criticisms of behavior therapy, and examines the ways in which behavior therapy can be applied to vocational rehabilitation.
Program 15 of Looking From The Inside/Out series defines determination as a feeling of having a firm purpose or goal we mean to accomplish, no matter what. Provides examples of goal-setting and demonstrates the value of determination. Teaches how to set and achieve positive goals through the use of a five-step process.
Program 3 of Looking From The Inside/Out series Illustrates why learning to be independent and making decisions for yourself is an important part of growing up. Establishes strategies for enhancing decision making skills: considering consequences and alternatives, gathering information, and learning from mistakes.
Program 9 of Looking From The Inside/Out series discusses how it feels to be scared. Shows how to handle fears rooted in the imagination. Promotes decision making skills (identifying fears, solutions, and consequences) as an appropriate way to cope with real and imagined fears.
Program 10 of Looking From The Inside/Out series teaches what to do when you are being pushed into doing something you do not believe in. Shows some ways to stop feeling pressured and demonstrates various strategies to use when a clean "no" message does not end the pressure. Promotes refusal skills as an effective way to cope with unwanted peer pressure.
Program 6 of Looking From The Inside/Out series shares examples of frustrating experiences and describes how it feels to be frustrated. Discusses typical responses to frustrating situations. Promotes the development of goal-setting skills as a healthy and effective way to deal with your frustration.
Program 5 of Looking From The Inside/Out series shows how getting mad when your feelings are hurt, or when someone breaks your trust is a natural feeling. Emphasizes that what is important is how you choose to deal with your anger. Identifies strategies for resolving conflict and explores a variety of "anger busters."
Program 11 of Looking From The Inside/Out series promotes communication as an effective way to cope with the death of a loved one. Discusses the importance of talking about your feelings with people who care about you. Shows that it is hard to overcome grief, but with time, people can accept death and concentrate on other things -- like what we loved about the person who died.
Program 4 of Looking From The Inside/Out series explores how it feels to be embarrassed, both for yourself and for others. Shows ways to cope with embarrassment, including making an "I" statement, developing good communication skills and by asserting yourself.
Program 2 of Looking From The Inside/Out series reveals that self-esteem involves how you feel about yourself. Develops strategies for enhancing self-esteem and feeling proud, such as not expecting perfection, maintaining a positive attitude, accepting challenges, and getting things done.