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Sex Ed and Relationships Unit -- All Lessons Bundle

Sex Ed and Relationships Unit -- All Lessons Bundle
Sex Ed and Relationships Unit -- All Lessons Bundle
Sex Ed and Relationships Unit -- All Lessons Bundle
Sex Ed and Relationships Unit -- All Lessons Bundle
Sex Ed and Relationships Unit -- All Lessons Bundle
Sex Ed and Relationships Unit -- All Lessons Bundle
Sex Ed and Relationships Unit -- All Lessons Bundle
Sex Ed and Relationships Unit -- All Lessons Bundle
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Should Sex be in our Relationship??
The Complete Sex Be in our Relationship Unit contains 2 Lessons and a variety of supplemental materials. All lessons meet the National Health Standard and have clearly defined Daily Learning Targets/Objectives. Each lesson can be used for grades 7-12 and Homeschoolers. The Unit is designed to take 2 days to complete (Classes are 55 minutes). The unit includes 2 Lesson Plans, Female/Male contracts and a teacher resource.

Lesson 1 in the Sexual Relations Unit includes these Learning Targets:
Students will learn the cost of having sex before marriage.
Students will learn this by reading and discussing a Dear Abby assigned reading entitled -- Girl feels pressured to have sex.
The student will be assessed by their participation in class discussion.

Lesson 2 in the Sexual Relations Unit includes these Learning Targets:
Students will learn the cost of having sex before marriage.
They will learn this by reading and discussing a contract for females/males disclosing potential relevant costs involved in have sex before marriage.
Students will select one of the statements below and write a paragraph stating why they would make that particular decision
1. I would sign a document like this.
2. I would not sign a document like this.
3. I would present this document to the person who was pressuring me to have sex.
4. I would not present this document to the person who was pressuring me to have sex.
5. I would show and discuss this document with my parents.

I use these two activities at the end of a Human Growth and Development unit (some might call it Sex Ed). It is a good way to get the students to refocus on their goals (Unit: Goals or Good Intentions), discuss where the pressure comes from, and to write boundaries to help them deal with sexual temptations.

The Male/Female contracts are a tongue in cheek summary of some potential costs. Who will pay those costs and for how long – do students expect their parents to pay or will they use government programs? Also included are some costs for general STD tests.

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