Lesson 4


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Lesson 4

  1. 1. Classwork: Page # 11-12 8=10 minutes HOMEWORK?!! HW: Holt Health Text Book Title: Ch-5 Section 3 P. 114-116 5 Facts/Page
  2. 2. •Recognize what typicalabuse patterns look like.•Identify differences inhow boys and girlsapproach relationships.•Recognize that abuse isnot acceptable in arelationship.
  3. 3. •Dating: a time of friendship,exploring mutual interestsand developing selfregulation that introducesyoung people to relationshipskills that will come in handylater in life.
  4. 4. •A romantic relationshipshould be fun and safe.
  5. 5. •Learning to think and care about thefeelings of others requires the ability toself-regulate strong emotions andmutually protect one another.
  6. 6. Or without consent.Consent = permissionwithout being under theinfluence of alcohol or other
  7. 7. Choose three Yeah, turn to page 13 andof the warning answer those really cool questions. I’ll call you back in 8signs of to 10 minutes. Oh yeah, weabusive have HW.behavior fromthe list on topof the page.HW: Holt Health TextBookTitle: Ch-5 Section 3 P.117-118 5 Facts/Page
  8. 8. Boys are also abused.1 in 6 boys has been sexuallyabused as a child.Abuse in Boys
  9. 9. Because…
  10. 10. •Girls may mistakenlyinterpretpossessiveness andjealousy on the partof the male as caringabout them.•This may escalate
  12. 12. Story time boys and girls! This story is about …. a girl that now is justsomebody that I used to know.
  13. 13. • Approximately 9% (1out of 11) of high schoolstudents report being hit,slapped, or physicallyhurt on purpose by aboyfriend or girlfriend inthe last12 months.•1 in 4 teens willexperience some form ofviolence between theages of 12 and 21.
  14. 14. Remember, if you areso angry that you wantto hit your girl-friend …BREAK UP! No one is forcing you to be with that person.
  15. 15. CDC’s Dating Matters: Strategies toPromote Healthy Teen Relationshipswww.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/datingmattersNational Dating Abuse Helpline:1-866-331-9474 or text 77054National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)National Sexual Assault Hotline1-800-656-HOPE (4673)National Sexual Violence Resource Centerwww.nsvrc.orgDating Matters: Understanding TeenDatingViolence Prevention the classroom wall. This Info is on