Test for Addition of 3R Lesson
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This lesson teaches about advocating for dignity and respect for everyone.
This lesson provides a clear explanation as to what sexual orientation is and how a person’s internal and external influences can impact how their expectations, beliefs, and attitudes around sexual orientation.
By amplifying a system of accountability, we can directly combat a culture that does not provide safety to all of its people.
Identifying national and local laws related to sexual health and services ensures that young people have the ability to make informed decisions instead of allowing life and legal repercussions to happen to them.
Reviewing the impact that this media can have on a person’s body image and self esteem offers an opportunity to identify the positive and negative impacts
This lesson provides a safe space for students to identify how influences could impact a decision making process and then evaluate their influences for future decisions.
This lesson teaches students about different family structures/configurations as well as the importance of being respectful towards different kinds of families.
This lesson will allow students to identify body parts and why it’s important to understand the correct names for those parts.
This lesson educates students on what ‘personal space’ means and how to identify actions that are right from wrong.
This lesson teaches students about the importance of friendships and what it takes to be a good friend, as well as why friends count on us and how we can show our friends that we care about them.
The overall purpose of this lesson is to show students that they are not limited to what they can and cannot do based on their gender.
This lesson acknowledges that “there are some body parts that mostly just girls have and some parts that mostly just boys have.”
The goal of this lesson is to get students to fully grasp the fact that bullying is never a good or okay thing to take part in and what to do if students come across bullying.
This lesson takes defining the word “bully” a step further. By the end of this lesson, students will have a broader definition of what bullying is, how to identify it, and how to respond effectively if students find they are being bullied.
The overall purpose of this lesson is to get students to understand the concept that teasing, touching, bullying, or being forced to touch someone else is never ok and is an important sign that help needs to be called upon right away.
This lesson demonstrates what it means to treat others with dignity and respect and shows students how they can work together to promote dignity and respect among all people.
This lesson defines teasing, harassing, and bullying through an open discussion between the teacher and students, having the teacher explain to students why these behaviors are extremely wrong by providing concrete examples.
This lesson demonstrates the importance of setting personal boundaries and how to handle uncomfortable situations where their boundaries may be crossed.
Utilizing the “Teacher’s Guide: Changes of Puberty,” teachers will talk to the students about puberty and how it has to do with all the ways our bodies change to prepare us for becoming adults.
This lesson teaches about the characteristics and importance of healthy relationships with family, friends, peers, or partners, and discuss the impact of positive and negative influences when it comes to relationships.
This lesson addresses sexual harassment and sexual abuse therefore teachers are urged to let the school counselor know that this topic will be addressed and may be sensitive for some students as it may be a trigger to come forward about themselves or someone they know being abused or harassed.
Teachers will demonstrate effective ways in which students could handle when they or someone they know is being teased, harassed, or bullied, and discuss different skills to take action.
It’s important to note that this lesson uses more inclusive terms related to gender identity and biological sex, which is introduced in subsequent grade levels.
In this lesson, teachers will describe how puberty prepares human bodies for the potential to reproduce as well as the process of human reproduction with the aid of a PowerPoint presentation.
This lesson is meant to define and help students identify different age-appropriate methods of HIV transmission, as well as ways to prevent it.
This lesson demonstrates positive ways to communicate differences of opinion while maintaining relationships as well as the importance of using refusal skills and how to walk away from a difficult and/or uncomfortable situation.
This lesson defines the physical, emotional, cognitive and social changes of adolescence and students, in small groups, try to sort the various changes into these four categories.
This lesson involves students explaining to a hypothetical alien what a “boy” and “girl” is in the US using commonly held stereotypes about gender.
This lesson starts by defining and then providing examples of personal boundaries.
This lesson defines assertive, passive and aggressive communication and provides examples of each making connections to communicating about abstaining from sex.
This lesson starts with a case study analyzed in trios which is then compared to a second case study for a second round of analysis.
This lesson starts by defining affection and having students provide examples of how people can show affection for one another.
This lesson reviews the strategies for knowing whether a sexual health website is reliable and accurate and in small groups, students review four common online sexual health resources.
This lesson reviews the anatomy of a person assigned female at birth via a worksheet completed in small groups.
This lesson reviews the anatomy of a person assigned male at birth via a worksheet completed in small groups.
This lesson explains reproduction to students using a PowerPoint presentation and includes a teacher’s resource with sample definitions and language that can be used.
This lesson reviews the early symptoms of pregnancy by having students match images with the symptoms on a worksheet.
This lesson has students, in teams, try to determine which STD their group was assigned based on clues posted around the room.
This lesson defines sexual orientation and gender identity via a detailed PowerPoint and then students complete a myth vs. fact worksheet individually before comparing responses with a partner.
This lesson explores gender by starting with a PowerPoint presentation of typically stereotypical items or hobbies and asks students to reflect on these stereotypes.
This lesson teaches a decision-making model and helps students use it to think through a potential conflict in the school cafeteria.
This lesson stresses the importance of how we communicate as much as what we communicate and introduces aggressive, passive and assertive communication styles.
This lesson starts with a reminder about ground rules before students engage in a forced choice activity assessing their opinions about homophobia in their school.