[Health] Relationships (Family, Dating, & Prevention of Abuse & Sexual Violence)

[Health] Relationships (Family, Dating, & Prevention of Abuse & Sexual Violence)
[Health] Relationships (Family, Dating, & Prevention of Abuse & Sexual Violence)
[Health] Relationships (Family, Dating, & Prevention of Abuse & Sexual Violence)
[Health] Relationships (Family, Dating, & Prevention of Abuse & Sexual Violence)
[Health] Relationships (Family, Dating, & Prevention of Abuse & Sexual Violence)
[Health] Relationships (Family, Dating, & Prevention of Abuse & Sexual Violence)
[Health] Relationships (Family, Dating, & Prevention of Abuse & Sexual Violence)
[Health] Relationships (Family, Dating, & Prevention of Abuse & Sexual Violence)
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· 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)

Essential Questions

· 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?


Academic Language
Relate, Relationship, evaluate, love, resolution, awareness, communication, conflict, skill, delay, tactic, negotiation, prevention, advocate, refusal

Content-Specific Language
Bullying, Peer Pressure, Cliques,  abuse,  friendship, violence, Cyberbullying, dating, attraction, romance, jealousy, infatuation, human trafficking, sex trafficking, prostitution, slavery, sexting

Common Misconceptions

· The abuse is my fault.
· It will never happen to me.

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119 pages
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