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Healthy Relationships - Grade 6 Health, Unit 2

Healthy Relationships - Grade 6 Health, Unit 2
Healthy Relationships - Grade 6 Health, Unit 2
Healthy Relationships - Grade 6 Health, Unit 2
Healthy Relationships - Grade 6 Health, Unit 2
Healthy Relationships - Grade 6 Health, Unit 2
Healthy Relationships - Grade 6 Health, Unit 2
Healthy Relationships - Grade 6 Health, Unit 2
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This unit for Grade 6 Health Education is based on the Saskatchewan curriculum. It is not intended to be the ultimate in lesson planning for Health classes. Although it can be used as is, the intention is to help teachers to have a jumping off point from which they can extend the lesson plans presented to meet the needs of their students.

The outcomes and indicators covered in this unit are:

Outcome USC6.2: Appraise the importance of establishing/maintaining healthy relationships with people from diverse backgrounds who may or may not express differing values, beliefs, standards, and/or perspectives (people of various ages, culture, socio-economic status, faiths, family structures, sexual orientations, and cognitive/physical disabilities)

a. Conclude the importance of respecting facts, evidence and views of others when engaging in discussions

b. Ask compelling questions to initiate insights as to how people are the same, how people are different and how individuals are unique

c. Shape new thoughts about oneself as an individual who has a unique heritage, and particular influences on beliefs, standards, and/or perspectives

d. Identify sources of, and evaluate information about, diversity

e. Articulate a comprehensive understanding of prejudice, stereotype and bias

f. Discuss and question stereotypes and biases that exist in the school and community

g. Explore stereotypes and beliefs (including, but not limited to those related to age, culture, religion, family structures, and sexual orientation), both past and present, that might limit the number and kinds of healthy relationships

h. Investigate (including through drama, dance, music, and/or visual art) what the community would be like if everyone was exactly the same

i. Examine the characteristics of healthy relationships

j. Propose how the community would be different if stereotypes and biases did not exist

k. Explore and articulate an understanding of socio-economic class, gender and culture as attributes of identity that are ascribed to groups of people and the ways that preconceptions about people based on these designations can be false, limiting and harmful

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21 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 month
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