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Huffing-- the latest facts about inhalant abuse [videorecording (DVD)] / [executive producer, Anson W. Schloat ...].

Contributor(s): Schloat, Anson W | Hefferan, Elisabeth Kwak | Human Relations Media, inc.
Material type: FilmFilmPublisher: Mount Kisco, NY : Human Relations Media, c2007Description: 1 videodisc (20 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + teacher's resource guide (34 leaves in binder).ISBN: 1555480071; 9781555480073.Subject(s): Inhalant abuse | Aerosol sniffing | Glue sniffing | Substance abuse | Middle school students -- Drug use | Youth -- Drug use | Teenagers -- Drug useGenre/Form: Educational films. | Films for the hearing impaired.DDC classification: 362.29/9 Summary: Communicates the truth about inhalants through straight facts and real-life stories from abusers and their families and friends. Through teen narrators and experts viewers learn how inhalant abuse begins, recognize warning signs of abuse, see the damaging effects of inhaling toxic substances, and hear the stories of life change and loss. Teens will understand that inhalants are not an easy, harmless way to get high, instead, they are dangerous and deadly poisons.
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Accompanying teacher's resource guide by Elisabeth Kwak Hefferan includes learning objectives, program summary, notes to the teacher, student activities, and fact sheets.

Communicates the truth about inhalants through straight facts and real-life stories from abusers and their families and friends. Through teen narrators and experts viewers learn how inhalant abuse begins, recognize warning signs of abuse, see the damaging effects of inhaling toxic substances, and hear the stories of life change and loss. Teens will understand that inhalants are not an easy, harmless way to get high, instead, they are dangerous and deadly poisons.

[For middle school students].

DVD.

Closed captioned.

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