F.L.A.S.H stands for Family Life and Sexual Health, it's a program specifically focused on providing special needs learners with vital information regarding personal and sexual health. This is an overview of the program, complete with...
Domestic Violence and Teen Dating
It is important for students to have a safe place to discuss domestic violence, dating, and abuse. This discussion-based lesson provides upper graders with a list of warning signs for abuse, community resources, and ways they can help...
Advocates for Youth
What Are My Relationships with Others Like?
Relationships are often the highest priority for teenagers, but they don't always have the maturity to navigate a healthy connection with peers or family members. A series of group activities prompt class members to interview their...
University of Colorado
Are All Asteroids' Surfaces the Same Age?
Did you know scientists can tell the age of an asteroid by looking closely at its craters? This final lesson of a six-part series focuses on two asteroids, Gaspra and Ida, in order to demonstrate the concept of dating asteroids. Scholars...
Lesson 6: Relationships - Day 4: Friendships & Dating
Class members engage in a series of activities that encourage the development of the social skills associated with dating and sustaining friendships.
Purposes of Dating
So many options are included here for you to help your class explore dating, relationships, and types of love. These lessons are becoming more and more important due to media influences, so choose one of the 10 options to guide your...
Teens, dating, relationships, breaking up, what's appropriate dating behavior? Go through this PowerPoint presentation and discuss all of these things and more. Too often, teens are not sure what's appropriate and what's inappropriate...
Dating Behaviors and Refusal Skills
Saying no to sex means an individual has the power to decide when he/she is ready to engage in the act, on his/her own terms. Pupils discuss waiting until they are married to have sex, what sexual values are, and how to say no to sexual...
Dating Do's and Don'ts
Students research a practical date for them including the following information: How much money it will cost, How long the date will last What you will be doing, How you will get to and from your date, and What you will be eating if you...
Crunching the Numbers on Dating Violence
Students read about potential violent relationships and beliefs about dating. In this relationship lesson students use graphs to examine data about healthy realtionshipsand draw conclusions on their results.
Types of Love (Dat)
Students examine the different types of love. They identify the various types of love and the behaviors associated with each. Although there are many kinds of love that we need to receive daily, most people will experience only one or...
Frosty the Snowman Meets His Demise: An Analogy to Carbon Dating
High schoolers read and discuss an article about carbon dating, then participate in a hands-on lab to discover how carbon dating works. Students also write a letter to a friend explaining the process, and how archeologists use the...
"Dating Violence Detectives"
Students investigate the topic of teen dating violence. They watch and discuss a video, conduct Internet research, and in small groups design and publish a website on teen dating violence.
"Dating Violence Awareness Campaign"
Learners examine facts regarding teen dating violence. They explore various websites, complete a crossword puzzle using information from the Internet, and design a schoolwide Dating Violence Awareness campaign.
A Twisted Love Poem
Students read poem about dating violence, discuss meaning of the poem, and compose essay about their interpretation and reactions to it.
Sexual Exploitation: Assault Strategies
Students investigate personal health by answering a list of study questions. In this sexual assault lesson, students identify the types of situations which may lead to exploitation, assault or rape and discuss ways to limit their contact...
Brain Teaser - Dating
In this logic worksheet, young scholars solve a word problem using logic about people who are dating each other. Students complete 1 problem.
Students discuss domestic/dating violence. In this law lesson plan, students act out a script showing violence for their classmates. Afterward, the class discusses what occurred and the options for the victim.
Judges in the Classroom Lesson Plan: Domestic Violence
Students simulate domestic violence situation, and identify Washington laws that protect victims of domestic violence/abuse.
Mind your Manners Guys on your First Date
Students read an article that outlines the things one should not do when eating out on a first date. In this lesson plan, students complete several activities to reinforce comprehension of the article, including a vocabulary assignment,...
Assessment & Evaluation
Seventh graders study elapsed time, radioactive decay and half-life. In this time machine instructional activity students complete several activities and view a presentation.
Dating and Mate selection
Students brainstorm a list of the reasons to marry someone. In groups, they examine the theories and stages of dating and how to act like a responsible adult. To end the lesson plan, they identify the proper behaviors for both males...
Students discuss the proper behaviors and attitudes to express while dating. As a class, they brainstorm a list of the reasons for dating. In groups, they examine various sexually transmitted diseases and discuss the various ways to...