Foodie Jamie Oliver offers a unique view of our school systems approach to eating- and how students are growing and responding based on what foods they put in their body. On the longer side, so save for extended Home Court or split in half. (19:50 mins.)
An excellent short video introduction or supplement to the Bangladesh garment industry articles. Numbers eventually reached over 1,100 people killed in this horrific collapse.
Where are your clothes made?
Shoppers in London were asked if they knew where the clothes they were wearing were manufactured and if they were aware of the Dhaka building collapse in Bangladesh. Where are your clothes made?
A story ripe with social and environmental responsibility lessons (check it out from the library!) This short clip confronts our responsibility for owning decisions, and witnessing the results. The full video is available on Netflix, and has countless opportunities to discuss responsibility. (3 mins.)
Following up, who can take responsibility for others' actions? "Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothings going to get better, its not." (1:51 mins.)
YOU are responsible for your gifts!
Abandon fear and embrace the responsibility of making your life the best life possible. This video is incredibly inspiring and will get kids pumped up to pursue a life they want- and learn to take responsibility for their talents. (7:30 mins.)