Rights, Respect, Responsibility
Supplement: Sexual Systems I: Parts
This lesson will occur before the lesson “Sexual Systems II: Processes” so that students understand the internal and external anatomy of the sexual and reproductive systems as a foundation before being taught about the sexual response cycle.
Supplement: Sexual Systems II: Processes
This lesson is intended to follow the Sexual Systems I – Parts lesson as it builds on the foundational knowledge about what parts are called and what their function is.
Supplement: So THAT’S How Babies Are Made
This lessons sets the foundation for understanding a basic physiological process and underpins future lessons about pregnancy prevention.
Lesson 2: Puberty and Reproduction
By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: 1. Describe how puberty prepares the human male body for the potential to reproduce. [Knowledge] 2. Describe how puberty prepares the human female body for the potential to reproduce. [Knowledge] 3. Describe the process of human reproduction by identifying the correct order of steps involved in conception. [Knowledge]
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
Supplement: Personal Timeline
By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: 1. Recognize at least two stages of normal human development. 2. Identify at least two significant events in their lives at earlier stages of development.
Lesson 2: Lesson 2: Puberty and Reproduction (with AMAZE video)
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.
Lesson 1: Lesson 1: Sexual and Reproductive Anatomy
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.
Lesson 1: Lesson 1: Understanding Our Bodies
This lesson acknowledges that “there are some body parts that mostly just girls have and some parts that mostly just boys have.”
Lesson 3: Lesson 3: The Circle Of Life
This lesson introduces the topic of reproduction to students.
Lesson 2: Lesson 2: Understanding Our Bodies: The Basics
This lesson will allow students to identify body parts and why it’s important to understand the correct names for those parts.
Lesson 4: Lesson 4: Great Expectations: Signs and Symptoms of Pregnancy
This lesson reviews the early symptoms of pregnancy by having students match images with the symptoms on a worksheet.
Lesson 3: Lesson 3: Reproduction Basics
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.
Lesson 2: Lesson 2: Everybody’s Got Body Parts, Part 2
This lesson reviews the anatomy of a person assigned male at birth via a worksheet completed in small groups.