Standard: Health Behaviors
Plan Title: “Sticky Situations”
6.3.1 Students will distinguish between safe and risky or harmful behaviors
in relationships .
Students will . . . describe protective behaviors to keep themselves safe
. . .
Chart and marking pens
will list situations on the board or on poster paper in which people find
themselves throughout life(e.g. attending a new school, going to a place
where you do not know the other people, traveling alone). Sometimes
these situations may be safe and at other times they may not be.
the class to hi light or check off situations that may be uncomfortable
or unsafe(e.g., being at a party where drugs or alcohol are being used,
riding in a car with someone who has been drinking).
a discussion with the following:
do you know if a situation is unsafe as opposed to just being uncomfortable?
do you avoid getting into these situations?
do you get out of a situation if you cannot or did not avoid it?
the same discussion methods for getting into situations which may lead
to unwanted sexual activity or to a decision to
engage in sexual activity which they may later regret.
Health Content Standards and Objectives:
Students will describe safety guidelines for preventing various
intentional and unintentional injuries.
Health Learning Plan Links: