Students explore and appreciate how people can have different feelings and responses to different situations and that there are strategies we can use to help regulate our emotions.
Students explore things they are good at and identify how this relates to their enjoyment of the activity. Students discuss their feelings relating to achievement and success.
Students develop their understanding of the differences between public and private body parts.
Students discuss the changes that take place in families and identify independent activities that they can do to help and cope with these changes.
Students discuss and practise strategies for making new friends and including others in activities and games through practising good playing skills. Feelings such as anxiety and nervousness, and strategies such as resilience and persistence, are discussed.
Students develop an understanding of the parts and functions of the reproductive systems.
Students revise their understanding of the parts and functions of the reproductive system.
Students brainstorm feelings associated with puberty, explore the myths & facts of puberty using the Laugh and learn video as a stimulus and create an illustration of a myth and associated fact.
Students explores the physical, social & emotional changes associated with puberty using the Laugh and learn video as a stimulus and then create a mindmap of positive coping strategies.
Videos and short activities to use with students before they receive their HPV vaccine at school.
Students analyse how beauty is represented in the media through magazines and the impact this and the perceptions of others have on personal identities.
Students examine how diversity and gender is often represented in the media and the impact this has on personal identities.
Students discuss, illustrate and compare their views and perspectives on being ready for sexual activity.
Students develop an understanding of cyberbullying and the implications of sharing information online.
Students explore the influence technology has on their ability to make healthy and safe choices in relation to sexuality and risk taking.
Students analyse sexual consent and the law through practical scenarios and further develop an understanding of sexual diversity.
Students explore effective strategies such as refusal skills, communicating choices, expressing opinions and initiating contingency plans when dealing with challenging relationships.
Students use a decision mapping process to explore situations where people might be asked to send a sext. Emotional, social, ethical and legal consequences of sending or not sending a sext are unpacked. Recent WA image-based abuse laws and where to go for help are also covered.
Coming soon! Students extend and apply their knowledge, understanding and attitudes about gender stereotyping in the media by critiquing media advertising and global organisations that are working towards eliminating outdated gender stereotypes.
Students use the graffiti wall strategy to develop an understanding of what porn is, how people may come across porn, why people access porn and its possible harms. Strategies for dealing with unwanted exposure to porn are also discussed.
Students research and develop quiz questions about safer sex (websites provided). Teacher combines student's quiz questions to create a class quiz assessment.
Students complete a T/F pre-quiz on BBVs and research how BBVs can be transmitted and prevented (websites provided). Findings reported via a choice of radio advert/instagram post/whole class display.
Students explore legal, physical, social & emotional safety & respectful relationships using placemat strategy and a video as a stimulus.
Students brainstorm safer sex, look at stats of condom use, discuss values & list reasons people may/may not use condoms and the life skills required for condom negotiation & use.