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SexEd Library - Sexuality and the Media
Source: Teen treatment Sexuality Education fair game Audience: Level III (early adolescence, ages 12 through 15; halfway school/junior in flood school) Duration of Lesson: 30 second Topic: Sexuality and the Media Published Date: 2011 Summary: Students work in small groups to connect the media's unreal expectations of men's and women's bodies, piece as well setting realistic guidelines for self-esteem and structure image. To view this lesson clink here: Source: ETR Re CAPP Website Target Audience: horizontal III (early adolescence, ages 12 through 15; middle school/junior high school) and IV (adolescence, ages 15 through 18; high school) and parents/guardians period of time of Lesson: Not indicated; includes out-of-class homework duty meeting Published: 2000 Summary: This lesson is designed to exalt young grouping and their parents/guardians to cover their opinions and worth relating to sexual messages presented on television. Teens are given a homework assignment to watch a TV demo with their parents/guardians and use a "Sex on TV: Teens and Parents Talk" written account to discuss unisexual messages.
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Passive quiz: Lesson plan [downloaded 7198 times] supine quiz: Slideshow [downloaded 4937 times] For this activity, you instrument psychological feature a number of questions whose answers will bear on the exhibition of passive structures. prize these according to your students’ culture, interests, age, etc. Optional: move a slideshow of images of the people and objects in the questions and answers. This should modify students’ involvement of the word (you will find an information PDF slideshow above).