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Rights, Respect, Responsibility

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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: Not Made for TV

This lesson aims to identify unhealthy characteristics seen in media and provide a space to analyze these interactions and determine if they are healthy vs. unhealthy and therefore clearly separate what is made for tv and what is not desired in real life.

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.

Supplement: R-E-S-P-E-C-T

Intended to showcase how each person is unique and how we need to treat others with kindness, this lesson provides an important foundation in affirming our differences in order to prevent bullying and teasing later in life.

Lesson 11: Being Smart, Staying Safe Online

By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: 1. Describe positive aspects of online talking and messaging. [Knowledge] 2. Identify examples of flirting and chatting that can be inappropriate or risky. [Knowledge] 3. Demonstrate an understanding of how to deal with uncomfortable situations when communicating online. [Knowledge, Skill]

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

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]

Lesson 1: Making Sense of Puberty

By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: 1. Describe at least three changes that take place during puberty. [Knowledge] 2.Differentiate between what could be considered physical, and what are social and emotional changes of puberty. [Knowledge, Skill] 3.Create a plan for maintaining personal hygiene during puberty. [Knowledge, Skill]

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

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