Sign up to receive the latest news from Youth Passageways. Posted with permission from the Black Child Journal. Transitions from one developmental stage to the next are very challenging periods for all human beings. African American youth, many of whom suffer from identity crisis caused by acculturation, are particularly strained. Because of the unique cultural circumstances Black youth face during critical transitional periods and the negative sociocultural implications precipitated by these difficulties, youth development programs that served Black youths have been adding cultural paradigms to their existing programs, or developing new cultural programs all together. During this time period, African centered approaches were very popular among cultural interventionists who served African American youth populations.
Rites of Passage Lesson Plan
The Lessons « Boys' Rites of Passage
In your opinion, what does it mean to be an adult? When does one become an adult? Is it marked by a certain age, a law or an experience? Why do you feel the way you do?
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Grade 9-10 ELA: Rites of passage
There are rites of passage in every religion. These highly symbolic ceremonies also prepare people of faith for new roles in their personal lives and church communities. Here, four local religious leaders share insights to significant rites of passage in their respective faiths. Baptism: In the Catholic church, baptism is often referred to as the first sacrament.
Ever since the killings at Columbine High School created a renewed focus on the problems of adolescent aggression, professionals in education, criminal justice, and social services have been seeking ways to curb its rising tide. This volume examines adolescent aggression from many perspectives--biological, psychological, and social--and analyzes some of the contributing factors to this growing problem. Written by internationally recognized experts in adolescent psychology, the book not only covers the causes of teen violence but, more important, offers solutions. McCarthy, Hutz, and their contributors reveal the precursors to violent behavior, and provide strategies for working with adolescents to prevent future violence. The symptoms and strategies are described clearly in a way that can be understood and adapted by parents, schools, social service agencies, and criminal justice institutions.