· UNIT OVERVIEW
Unit 3 --- Health II--- Relationships (Family, Dating, and Prevention of Abuse and Sexual Violence)
In the Relationships unit students will learn skills to develop healthy relationships with family, friends, and in a partnership. Students will learn about abuse and violence within relationships and practice skills and access resources to help prevent these situations.
· LONG-TERM LEARNING TARGETS
3.1 I can describe how family, friends, co-workers, and dating relationships differ. 2.12.1 2.12.2
3.2 I can practice communication skills for future relationships (dating, marriage, parenting, etc.). 4.12.1, 4.12.2
3.3 I can list personal characteristics that help develop and foster long- term relationships. 7.12.4
3.4 I can identify characteristics of abusive or violent relationships. 4.12.4
3.5 I can examine types of sexual violence in relationships. 4.12.4
3.6 I can practice conflict resolution skills to defuse a potentially harmful situation. 4.12.3, 4.12.5
3.7 I can evaluate healthy vs. non-healthy friendships, dating relationships, and family relationships. 4.12.4
3.8 I can describe the impact of culture, societal practices, and beliefs on the formation of families and relationships. 2.12.3
· INSTRUCTIONAL CONSIDERATIONS
Student Background Knowledge
Personal Wellness Unit from Health 1 (Conflict Management, Decision Making, Personal Health and Wellness Assessment)
· What makes a relationship healthy/unhealthy?
· How can characteristics of a good relationship be different with different people?
· How can I prevent an abusive relationship?
Relate, Relationship, evaluate, love, resolution, awareness, communication, conflict, skill, delay, tactic, negotiation, prevention, advocate, refusal
Bullying, Peer Pressure, Cliques, abuse, friendship, violence, Cyberbullying, dating, attraction, romance, jealousy, infatuation, human trafficking, sex trafficking, prostitution, slavery, sexting
· The abuse is my fault.
· It will never happen to me.