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Rights, Respect, Responsibility

Use this page to search, explore, and download lesson plans from our K-12 Sexuality Education Curriculum.
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Supplement: Consent, Sexting and the Law

The intent of this lesson is not to shame young people, but instead make them aware of, and consider the legal consequences of, their decisions about sexting. Additionally, this lesson includes information about consent to emphasize the importance of consenting to all sexual behaviors, including the creating and sharing of sexually explicit media.

Supplement: Sexual Orientation Facts and Info: Finding and Assessing Credible Sources Online

In this lesson we will learn about how to assess credibility and how to find important pieces of information about sexual orientation online. Additionally, students will learn about the benefits to one’s health and wellbeing when they receive support and kindness.

Lesson 7: Sexual Decision Making

By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: 1. Identify various reasons why teens choose to engage or not engage in sexual behaviors. [Knowledge] 2. Identify at least three questions whose answers can help determine if they are ready to engage in sexual behavior with a partner. [Knowledge] 3. Articulate a message that clearly identifies where they stand on engaging in sexual behavior with