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10 x 14 Bricks – Stories from Youth in Lock-Up - DVD Resource

ISBN: 978-0-9808027-1-9

A groundbreaking crime prevention kit ideal for educators and youth workers

WINNER: Best Innovation in Digital Media, 2009 South Australian Screen Awards

In candid meet-the-director documentaries and in their own films young offenders share their life choices about crime and the consequences. This interactive resource comes with session planners, activities, and additional support material making it easy to use for teachers and youth workers. It is a fantastic tool to generate group & class discussions about crime, justice, values and peer pressure.

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10 x 14 Bricks – Stories from Youth in Lock-Up - DVD Resource

ISBN: 978-0-9808027-1-9

Printable order form HERE

a groundbreaking crime prevention kit ideal for educators and youth workers

WINNER: Best Innovation in Digital Media, 2009 South Australian Screen Awards
This interactive resource comes with session planners, activities, and additional support material making it easy to use for teachers and youth workers. It is a fantastic tool to generate group & class discussions about crime, justice, values and peer pressure. Talking about the choices that led to crime and its consequences open possibilities for learning, growth and change. The Federal Attorney General’s Department has identified the Hero Project initiative 10×14 Bricks as ʻnew territory for supporting youth at risk’. Read more testimonials here.
10×14 Bricks – Stories from Youth in Lock-up was produced at Cavan Secure Care Facility (SA) and its Youth Education Centre [DECS] over a 5-week intensive workshop. Participants learnt essential 21st Century digital media skills to create relevant crime prevention messages for their peers. In candid meet-the-director documentaries and in their own films young offenders share their life choices about crime and the consequences.

DVD CONTENTS (+ play all option: 60mins)

Watch the youth films and ‘meet the director’ documentaries here:

CRIME
You wouldn’t do crime, or would you?
Introductory mini-doc [5’ 20]

CHOICES: Watch
Compact Crib + Meet the Director [6’ 31]
Shane is 15, he knows it is not fun in lock up but he keeps coming back. What does he need to do to break the cycle?

ANGER: Watch
Angry, Young, Male + Meet the Director [10’ 48]
Bayden is 17, after a drunken night he woke up in a police cell charged with attempted murder. What does he need to do to control his anger?

REGRET: Watch
If Only… + Meet the Director [10’ 49] + Restorative Justice [6’ 23]
Sam is 18, he regrets committing armed robbery to finance a drug debt. What does he need to do to avoid future events that could lead to crime? What is the impact of your offence on you, your family, your victims?

HOPE: Watch
Another Day in this Place + Meet the Director [10’ 48]
Robert is 18, he feels like he is trapped in a cage, waiting for the day he can leave. What can he do to make his dreams become reality?

FREEDOM: Watch
Getting Out, Staying Out + Meet the Director [12’31]
Greg is 17, he is ʻjust an Indigenous boy trying to get through life and come out on topʼ. What does he need to do to stay out of trouble? What support is available?

+ BONUS EDUCATORS PRINT MANUALS AND LOTS OF EXTRAS:
• Session Planner for a terms work with activities for teachers & youth workers
• Extended Talk Points with links to other programs and activities
• The complete ‘Challenging Offending Behaviour’ Manual [150 pages] with exercises and group activities
• Comics of each youth film
• Activity sheets and links to additional online resources
• HOW-TO GUIDE explains all DVD functions, for Mac and PC

10×14 Bricks has produced with the support of the Australian Government through the Attorney General’s Department and the Department for Education, Employment and Workplace Relations

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