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(6th-7th Grades) Puberty Plus

6th and 7th  PUBERTY PLUS-Let’s Talk about Puberty and Decision Making

For: 6th-7th grades-Puberty Plus-Let’s Talk about Decision Making
Length: 4 or 5 consecutive sessions (1 hour each)
Purpose: To help students understand the physical changes their bodies go through during puberty and taking ownership of their bodies.
Scheduling: Contact our Education Director, Jennifer Devine at  superstarhealtheducation@gmail.com

 

Outline 

Because we are always improving our curricula, this outline provides a general idea of the topics covered but is not a rigid lesson plan. Here are the outcome objectives:

Session 1: Puberty, Hygiene and Being Normal

  • Students will learn 3 physical changes that everyone goes through during puberty.
  • Students will learn 3 ways to take care of their hygiene.
  • Students will learn that puberty changes happen at different times and in different ways for everyone, and that is normal.

Session 2: The Body and Changes

  • Students will know what two things can cause a pregnancy.
  • Students will be able to list 2 changes that occur for males.
  • Students will be able to list 2 changes that happen for females.

Session 3: Boundaries, Consent and Communication

  • Students will learn who owns their body.
  • Students will understand the meaning of consent and permission.
  • Students will be able to list two trusted adults is in their life.

Session 4: STI and Pregnancy Risk

  • Students will understand that everybody that is sexually active is at risk for getting an STI.
  • Students will understand the risks for pregnancy and STI’s.
  • Students will learn 3 methods that provide STI and Pregnancy risk reduction.
Session 1: Puberty, Hygiene and Being Normal 

I. Introduction
   a. Agreements
b. Anonymous Question Box

II. What is Puberty?
   a. Definition of Puberty
   b. Icebreaker activity that introduces communication to a trusted adult

III. Puberty Changes
   a. Introduction to puberty changes that happen for most people.
i. These may include: pimples, growth, mood swings, attractions and sexual or “tingly” feelings, Body Odor

IV. Discussion: Hygiene
   a. Basic Hygiene information for puberty youth

V. Emotional Changes
   a. Information about Hormones and Feelings

VI. Conclusion:
   a. Review Objectives
b. Answering questions anonymously

Examples of anonymous questions:
Do you have to go through puberty?
Why do tingly feelings happen?
How often can you wash your privates?

Session 2: The Body and Changes  

I. Introduction
   a. Address compassion

II. Review: Changes
   a. Review changes specific to males
i. this may include: breast growth, penis and testicle growth, erections, ejaculations, deeper voice, facial hair, broader shoulders, larger voice box
   b. Review of changes specific to females
i. breast growth, vulva and clitoris growth, vaginal fluids, menstruation, blood flow/erections of vulva, wider hips

III. Review of Anatomy
   a. Male
i. Visual Review of Parts of the Reproductive system:
1. testicles, vas deferens, Cowper’s gland, prostate, seminal vesicles, rectum
      ii. Visual Review of genitals
1. scrotum, penis, circumcised or uncircumcised glans, urethral opening, perineum and anus
   b. Female
i. Female Genitals: vulva, anus, labia, vaginal opening, urethral opening, clitoris, perineum
ii. Female Reproductive System: vagina, cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, fimbria

IV. Path of the Sperm and the Egg
   a. Review of Paths
b. Reasons why ejaculations may happen: sexual feelings, sexual activity with another, masturbation, wet dreams.
c. Pregnancy

V. Testicular Exams and Breast Exams
   a. Tips and reasoning for doing exams

VI. Conclusion:
a. Review Objectives
b. Answering questions anonymously

Examples of anonymous questions:
Why would someone want to have sex?
Why do women grow breasts?
How can you get rid of an erection?

Session 3: Boundaries, Consent and Communication

I. Introduction

II. Review of Anatomy and Systems
a. Review of Path of Sperm and path of egg
b. Possible Review of Puberty Information

III. Discussion: Relationships and Puberty
a. Relationship definitions
b. Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships

IV. Discussion: Your body is your own
a. Body Ownership and Sexual Abuse
b. Consent and Permission
c. What to do if abuse happens

V. Brainstorm: Trusted Adult
c. Discussion of  who are Trusted Adult

VI. Conclusion:
a. Review Objectives
b. Answering questions anonymously

Examples of anonymous questions:
How do two men have a baby?
What are condoms for?
What if someone pressures you?

 

Session 4: STI and Pregnancy Risk

I. Introduction
   a. Optional activity about other changes
i. Introduce new changes for puberty plus aged youth: relationships, sexual decision making, boundaries

II. Pregnancy
   a. Parenting and responsibility
b. Review of Pregnancy

III. STI’s
   a. Common STI’s
b. Modes of Transmission

IV. Pregnancy and STI RISK
   a. Review risks for numerous sexual and non-sexual activities.
i. Correct information is given to students about Infections and pregnancy risk.

V. Activity: Risk Reduction
a. Abstinence
b. Birth Control Methods
c. Testing
d. Communication
e. Birth Control and Safer Sex Methods
i. Review common methods in groups or show and tell

VI. Conclusion
   a. Review Objectives
b. Answering questions anonymously

Examples of Anonymous questions:
When are you ready to have sex?
How do you know if you have an STD?
Where can you get condoms?