Students explore gender stereotypes, respectful relationship qualities and non-consensual image sharing in this 8 sequential session program.
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 discuss, consider and compare different views and perspectives on being ready for sexual activity.
Students develop an understanding of cyberbullying and the implications of sharing information online.
Students examine how diversity and gender is often represented in the media and the impact this has on personal identities.
Students use a video and 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.
Students use a video and the graffiti wall strategy to develop an understanding of what porn is, how people come across porn, why people access porn and its possible harms. Strategies for dealing with unwanted exposure to porn are also discussed.
Students analyse sexual consent and the law through real life scenarios.
Students explore legal, physical, social and emotional safety, and respectful relationships using placemat strategy and video stimulus.
Students use a video stimulus; explore condom use stats; brainstorm what safer sex is, reasons why people use/don't use condoms and the life skills required for condom negotiation
Students research and develop quiz questions about safer sex. Teacher combines student's questions to create a class quiz assessment.
Students complete a pre-quiz then use a video stimulus and websites to research BBV transmission/prevention and share their findings in creative formats.