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(7th-8th grade) Sexual Decision Making

Sexual Decision Making
(7th-8th grade)

Let’s Talk about…. Relationships, Risk and Decision Making

For: 7th-8th grades
Length: 4 or 5 consecutive session (1 hour each)
Purpose: To help students understand what factors influence their decisions about sexual activity and how these decisions will affect them and their lives.
Scheduling: Contact our Education Director at wuunderwoman@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: Anatomy and Physiology

  • Students will be able to identify and label 3 parts of male and 3 parts of female reproductive anatomy.
  • Students will be able to define erections, ejaculations and menstruation.
  • Students will be able to list 3 commonalities between male and female bodies and 3 differences between male and female bodies.
  • Students will know what sexual activities can get someone pregnant.

Session 2: Communication and Sexuality 

  • Students will understand that sex can mean different behaviors to different people.
  • Students will be able to identify 3 elements of sexuality and 3 outside influences that affect sexuality.
  • Students will learn that gender roles, expectations and social pressures can negatively affect someone’s decisions about sex and sexuality.

Session 3: Sexually Transmitted Infections, HIV and Risk

  • Students will be able to identify and describe the modes of transmission.
  • Students will be able to identify 3 common STI’s and the ways they are transmitted, tested, treated and prevented.
  • Students will understand that everybody that is sexually active is at risk for getting an STI.
  • Students will be able to define the word treatable and curable, and understand that all STI’s are treatable and some are curable.

Session 4: Birth Control and Risk Reduction

  • Students will learn 3 methods that provide STI and Pregnancy risk reduction.
  • Students will be able to identify important steps for putting on a condom correctly.
  • Students will be able to discern which definition of abstinence is 100% effective in preventing pregnancy and STI’s.

Session 5: Sexual Decision Making

  • Students will understand how communication can be used in relationships and sexual situations.
  • Students will learn 3 characteristics of a healthy relationship and 3 characteristics of an unhealthy relationship.
  • Students will be able to list different decisions someone could make about sex and sexual activity and possible outcomes of said decisions.
  • Students will understand the meaning of consent and permission.

 

Session 1: Anatomy and Physiology

I. Introduction

II. Anatomy Introduction Activity
   a. Anatomy and Responsibility
i. Issues are discussed that surround sexuality, anatomy and health such as “thinking about the future”, “feeling romantic”, “menstruation”

III. Anatomy and Physiology Review
   a. Labeling parts and review of Path of Egg and Sperm
b. Parts
i. Uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, vagina, vulva, clitoris, labia, vaginal opening, urethra, anus (female)
ii. Bladder, urethra, vas deferens, seminal vesicles, prostate gland, testicles, scrotum, penis, anus (male)
c. Systems
i. Path of the sperm
ii. Path of the egg
iii. Pregnancy
iv. Menstruation
v. Ejaculation
vi. Erections
vii. Bodily fluids
viii. Changes that the body undergoes when sexually aroused.
ix. Testicular and Breast Exams

IV. A and P Summary
   a. Importance of knowing anatomy and physiology

V. Conclusion: Review and Questions:
   a. Review objectives
b. Answer anonymous questions

Examples of Anonymous Questions:
Can a girl have boy parts?
How big can the penis get?
What is the fluid that comes out of the vagina?

Session 2: Communication and Sexuality

I. Introduction

II. Communication, Intimacy and Relationships
a. Communication Activity:
i. definition of abstinence
ii. Intimacy
iii. Risk
iv. Communication
v. Consent and Respect

III. Discussion: Communication Tips
   a. Clear and healthy communication
b. Parent/Guardian Communication

IV. Discussion: Where do we learn about sex?
   a. Resources to get unbiased, accurate and age appropriate information

V. Sexuality
   a. Various parts of human sexuality including gender roles, values, attractions, body image, sexual orientation, relationships, culture.

VI. Conclusion: Review and Questions
   a. Review objectives
b. Answer anonymous questions

Examples of Anonymous Questions
When is the right time to have sex?
How does someone know they are gay?
What if your partner wants sex but you don’t?

 

Session 3: Sexually Transmitted Infections, HIV and Risk


I. Introduction

II. STI/STD Risk
a. Students review risks for sexual and non-sexual activities and situations
i. Risks reviewed include:
1. Pregnancy risk
2. HIV transmission
3. STI/STD transmission
4. Non-consensual sex

III. Discussion: How STI’s are Spread
a. Discussion of modes of transmission

IV. Discussion: STI Prevention
a. STI prevention methods and risk reduction

V. Discussion: Importance of Testing

VI. Conclusion: Review Objectives
a. Review objectives
b. Answer anonymous questions

Examples of Anonymous Questions:
How can you tell if your partner has an STD?
What is the most effective way to prevent STD’s?
Can condoms break?

 

Session 4: Birth Control and Risk Reduction 

I. Introduction

II. Discussion: Pregnancy and STI’s
a. STI’s transmission and how pregnancy occurs

III. Brainstorm: Sex may or may not happen
   a. Reasons for sexual activity and abstinence

IV. Discussion: Abstinence
   a. Review of a definition of abstinence that is 100% effective

V. Birth Control and Safer Sex
   a. Review of Safer Sex Methods and Birth Control Methods
i. Abstinence
ii. Male/External Condoms
iii. Female/Internal Condoms
iv. Dental Dam
v. Diaphragm
vi. Femcap
vii. Spermicide
viii. Implanon
ix. IUD’s
x. Ring
xi. Pill
xii. Patch
xiii. Calendar Method: when is it effective?
xiv. Lubrication
xv. Leah’s Shield
xvi. Sterilization
xvii. Withdrawal: Effective method?
   b. Possible Condom Demonstration
i. Review of Steps to correct condom usage during visual demonstration of condom application on a model

VI. Conclusion: Review Objectives and Laws
   a. Laws
i. Reproductive health Care laws, Access to Insurance Coverage
ii. Pregnancy Options and California Newborn Surrender law and local drop off sites
b. Objectives and Questions
i. The Facilitator reviews the objectives for the session.
ii. Answer anonymous questions

Examples of Anonymous Questions:
What is the most effective method?
How old do you have to be to get birth control?
How does the pill work?

Session 5: Sexual Decision Making and Responsibility

I. Introduction

II. Discussion: Sexual Responsibility

III. Sex and Risk
a. Risks associated with Sex

IV. Discussion: adding to Responsibility
   a. Pressure, alcohol and sexual decision making

V. Sexual Decision Making Activity
   a. Possible Activities may cover
i. Messages about sex from Parents, Peers, Media and religion and culture
      ii. The various decisions and steps to healthy sexual decision making
iii. Healthy and unhealthy relationships
   b. Possible Take Home Activity:
i. Interview for parent/guardian or adult about sex and sexuality

VI. Conclusion: Review Objectives
   a. The facilitator will review the objectives for the session.
b. Clinic Cards and Social Services
c. Answer anonymous questions

Examples of Anonymous Questions:
What can you do if your friend is in an unhealthy relationship?
When is it rape?
What if your parents won’t talk to you?