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Rights, Respect, Responsibility

Use this page to search, explore, and download lesson plans from our K-12 Sexuality Education Curriculum. To download all lesson plans in one PDF, please visit our Downloads Page. To order hard-copies of the lessons please visit our 3Rs Mimeo Marketplace.
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Lesson 3: Healthy or Unhealthy Relationships?

By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: 1.Characterize, in their own opinion, at least one relationship trait as either healthy or unhealthy. [Knowledge, Skill, Attitude] 2.Name at least two types of power differential in relationships, as well as their implication for the relationship. [Knowledge] 3.Describe at least two ways in which an unhealthy relationship can become a healthy on

Birth Control Basics

By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: 1.Describe the impact of correct and consistent use of a birth control method on how effective it is at preventing pregnancy. [Knowledge] 2.Correctly recall that there is generally a gap between when a person may start to have vaginal sex and when they may wish to get pregnant, which makes using effective birth control important. [Knowledge] 3.S

Supplement: Pregnancy Basics

In order to provide a complete education it is important to discuss measures to prevent unintended pregnancy and also cover basic information about pregnancy. This lessons covers early signs of pregnancy, explains how pregnancy tests work and then explores what options are available to the person who is pregnant. By receiving a complete education on pregnancy we ensure that the learners receive an