SmokeScreeners : an educational program to help young people decode smoking in the movies : moderator's guide.
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      This educational program, which includes a moderator's guide and a videotape, is designed to help educators teach media literacy skills regarding smoking to students in middle and early high school. The moderator's guide helps teachers conduct an engaging discussion and provide followup educational activities around the Smoke Screeners program video. The 15-minute video is a fast-paced show designed to expose unrealistic portrayals of smoking in the movies as well as the real life dangers of tobacco. It encourages youth to be lifelong critical thinkers and critical viewers. The moderator's guide presents a welcome to the program and describes the program components. The five program steps are: preparing for the videotape (general discussion about favorite movies); introducing the video by asking questions about smoking in the movies; showing the 15-minute video; discussing the video; and introducing Smoke Screeners activities. The guide also includes a collection of reproducibles, a glossary and resource sheet, and a resource and information sheet.
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