Table of Contents
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Lesson 9.1: Introduction to Sexuality
Students construct a safe environment for information exchange and questions by establishing classroom needs and agreements. Students analyze messages about sexuality from their environment. Students assess their own attitudes about sexuality.
Lesson 9.2: Sex, Gender, and Shared Responsibility
Students discuss gender stereotypes that negatively influence sexuality. Students advocate for shared sexual responsibility.
Lesson 9.3: Reasons and Methods for Pregnancy Prevention
Students describe personal goals for the future and examine how sexual decision making can create consequences that affect personal goals. Students name various protection methods, why they are used, how they are used, and where to obtain them.
Lesson 9.4: STIs and HIV and How to Prevent Them
Students identify modes of transmission for STIs, including HIV, and identify the best ways to prevent STI and HIV transmission. Students evaluate reasons people use or neglect condoms and discuss consequences. Students demonstrate the correct use of condoms.
Lesson 9.5: Sexual Risks and Low-Risk Intimacy
Students assess the risks of sexual behaviors. Students identify forms of low-risk intimacy.
Lesson 9.6: Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships
Students examine how personal values connect to the formation of healthy relationships. Students discuss the importance of respect and boundaries and create personal plans for healthy relationships.
Lesson 9.7: Negotiating Postponement and Protection
Students negotiate sexual protection. Students discuss the importance of respect and boundaries. Students rehearse and demonstrate refusal skills in sexual contexts.
Lesson 9.8: Assessing Risk and Accessing Sexual Health Care
Students assess personal level of risk and identify steps to reduce their personal risk. Students identify options in accessing sexual health care. Students synthesize information about sexual health by completing a sexual health project highlighting a message from the Get Real curriculum.
Lesson 9.a: Male and Female Anatomy and Reproduction
Students identify key parts of the male and female anatomy and explain the relationship between anatomy and reproduction.
Lesson 9.b: Sexual Identity
Students distinguish between myths and facts regarding sexual orientation and discuss LGBTQ identities in a respectful manner.
Lesson 9.c: Media Literacy and Sexuality
Students identify ways in which the media promotes myths about sexual behavior. Students analyze messages of sexuality in popular culture.