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***Comprehensive Sexual Education Lesson 6 Contains the Following:

  • Lesson Slides
  • Exit Ticket
  • Kahoot

 

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  • Lesson 6: Relationships, Gender, and Sexual Orientation "Ticket" that includes the following:
  • Force Copy Link to Lesson Slides
  • All other lesson activities are linked within the slide deck.

 

Lesson 6: Relationships, Gender, and Sexual Orientation

(23 slides)

  • CA State Standard Addressed (adjust to match your state standard)
    • Grades Seven – Eight
      • 1.8. Recognize that there are individual differences in growth and development, physical appearance, gender roles, and sexual orientation.
      • 2.2. Evaluate how culture, media, and other people influence our perceptions of body image, gender roles, sexuality, attractiveness, relationships, and sexual orientation.7
      • 4.4.G Analyze the benefits of respecting individual differences in growth and development, physical appearance, gender roles, and sexual orientation.14
      • 1.5.M Recognize diversity among people, including disability, gender, race, sexual orientation, and body size.

 

  • High School
    • 1.10.G Recognize that there are individual differences in growth and development, physical appearance, gender roles, and sexual orientation.
    • 2.5.G Evaluate how culture, media, and other people influence perceptions about body image, gender roles, sexuality, attractiveness, relationships, and sexual orientation.

 

  • Objectives Addressed: 
    • Identify different types of relationships a person might encounter in life.
    • Understand the difference between sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression. 
    • Evaluate how culture, media, and other people influence perceptions about body image, gender roles, sexuality, attractiveness, relationships, and sexual orientation.
  • Terms Addressed: casual relationships, peers, platonic relationships, cliques, close relationships, gender identity, gender expression, biological sex, sexual orientation, gender nonbinary, cisgender, gender nonconforming, androgynous, genderqueer, gender fluid, heterosexual, gay, lesbian, bisexual, asexual, pansexual, polysexual, queer, transgender, intersex, allies. 
  • Activities Included: 
    • Gender Box Activity step-by-step lesson instructions with PadLet template.
    • Healthy vs. Unhealthy Interactive Google Slides Activity 
    • Exit Ticket
    • Kahoot 
  • In the “notes” section of the Slides there are some talking points, guides, and ideas, and essential questions for the teacher.

 

Description of the Healthy Vs. Unhealthy Interactive Google Slide Activity

(*included on separate ticket if purchased entire curriculum)  

    • Assignment Goal: This is a simple, clear, and direct assignment that aims to inform students of the difference between what healthy and unhealthy relationships look like.
    • What's Included
      • A total of 6 slides + 2 PDF documents!
        • Slide 1 - The assignment title page with instructions along the margins to help students navigate the Google Slides. Cute design that gets student's attention!
        • Slide 2 - Slide that has students click to the Healthy Relationships Document & the Unhealthy Relationship Document.
        • Slide 3 & 4 - Students are asked to identify the 6 healthy relationship tips given on the Healthy Relationship Document. Students are asked to define in their own words the 7 different types of relationship abuse identified on the Unhealthy Relationship document.
        • Slide 5 - Students are directed to watch the linked YouTube video titled "What Teens Think About Relationships". From there they are instructed to identify 3 things they look for in a relationship, and 3 things things they don't want in a relationships.
        • Slide 6 - Students are directed to watch the linked YouTube video titled "10 Relationship Red Flags of Abuse". From there they are instructed to identify at least 2 red flags mentioned in the video as well as provide rationale for why these characteristics are things that they should be cautious of in a relationship.
        • Slide 7 - Taping into higher order thinking skills and a deeper DOK, students are asked to review a case scenario regarding a possible relationship abuse situation. They are instructed to identify the unhealthy behaviors and how they would help the person leave the unhealthy relationship.
        • PDF Document Page 1 - Healthy Relationships (linked on slide 2)
        • PDF Document Page 2 - Unhealthy Relationships (linked on slide 2)
      • * Note - Assignment can be shared as a "force copy". This will allow students to have their own copy. Simply edit the URL on your copy by replacing the word "edit" with "copy". Open the new URL with the word "copy", and share that link with students.
      • *Assignment can also be downloaded as a PPT to share with students who do not have Google account access.
      • California State Standards Addressed:
        • 1.2.S Recognize potentially harmful or abusive relationships, including dangerous dating situations.
        • 5.2.G Use a decision-making process to examine the characteristics of healthy relationships.
        • 1.3.G Discuss the characteristics of healthy relationships, dating, committed relationships, and marriage.
        • 7.5.S Assess characteristics of harmful or abusive relationships.
        • 5.3.G Use a decision-making process to analyze when it is necessary to seek help with or leave an unhealthy situation.
        • 8.1.G Support and encourage safe, respectful, and responsible relationships.

 

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L6: Relationships, Gender, and Sexual Orientation

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