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Sexuality Teacher Resources
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This learning experience fosters awareness of representations we see, and don't see, in the media. Learners list TV programs, games, and films they enjoy, identify characters' ethnic, religious, (dis)ability, and sexual orientation status, assess whether what they see accurately represents where they live, and discuss equity or the lack of it in the media. Sourced from Canada, where the broadcast industry has set voluntary standards to promote equity in the media. With graphic organizers.
Students explore diversity in the workforce. In this multicultural tolerance and character development lesson, students work in groups to generate statements and supporting reasons why it is important to include diversity in the workplace after reading the article "Arguments for Diversity." Students play the game "Constructing Diversity" to reinforce the concepts presented in the article.
Introducing the topic of cultural diversity and the social issues surrounding it, this presentation will get your students thinking about stereotypes involving race, gender, and sexual orientation. Affirmative action and positive and negative face are covered in this slideshow, as well as bilingualism. Many opportunities for discussion are listed at the end of the presentation, which prompts students to compare and contrast various sociological and anthropological theories.
F.L.A.S.H stands for Family Life and Sexual Health, it's a program specifically focused on provided special needs learners vital information regarding personal and sexual health. This is an overview of the program, complete with sample activities, classroom protocol, IEP notes, and how to answer difficult questions. Even if you don't use the program this overview may be of some interest.
FLASH has put together a pretty comprehensive lesson on fertility and infertility. There is a lot of information on the male and female reproductive systems, fertility, reducing the odds for infertility, the menstrual cycle, and information on sexually transmitted infections. There are activities included, but a teacher could easily invent new activities to do with this vast array of information.