Health - Personal Safety and Injury Prevention - Junior 5

Health - Personal Safety and Injury Prevention - Junior 5
Health - Personal Safety and Injury Prevention - Junior 5
Health - Personal Safety and Injury Prevention - Junior 5
Health - Personal Safety and Injury Prevention - Junior 5
Health - Personal Safety and Injury Prevention - Junior 5
Health - Personal Safety and Injury Prevention - Junior 5
Health - Personal Safety and Injury Prevention - Junior 5
Health - Personal Safety and Injury Prevention - Junior 5
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This package is a comprehensive look into applying a student's ability to identify people and supportive services that will assist in their personal safety. They will also discuss their ability to deal with threatening situations using various safety strategies. Lastly they will learn that a person's actions can affect others and their own reputation. It is an interesting and interactive view of personal safety and injury prevention within the grade 5 Ontario curriculum.

Please note: Many of the activities included are excellent for any grade level.

Please take a look at the preview to see the whole, interactive package in detail.

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The specific expectations covered within the grade 5 Ontario curriculum, under Healthy Living are:

Personal Safety and Injury Prevention

C1.1 identify people (e.g., parents, guardians, neighbours, teachers, crossing guards, police, older students, coaches, elders) and supportive services (e.g., help lines, 9-1-1, Telehealth, public health units, student services) that can assist with injury prevention, emergencies, bullying, and abusive and violent situations [PS]

C2.2 demonstrate the ability to deal with threatening situations by applying appropriate living skills (e.g., personal skills, including self-monitoring and anger management; interpersonal skills, including conflict resolution skills; communication skills, including assertiveness and refusal skills) and safety strategies (e.g., having a plan and thinking before acting; looking confident; being aware of their surroundings and of people’s body language, tone of voice, or facial expressions; seeking help; drawing on cultural teachings, where appropriate, to analyse situations and develop responses) [PS, IS, CT]

C3.2 explain how a person’s actions, either in person or online, can affect their own and others’ feelings, self-concept, emotional well-being, and reputation (e.g., negative actions such as name calling, making homophobic or racist remarks, mocking appearance or ability, excluding, bullying, sexual harassment [including online activities such as making sexual comments, sharing sexual pictures, or asking for such pictures to be sent]; positive actions such as praising, supporting, including, and advocating) [PS, IS]
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