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Emotions Can Be Signals, Grade 3 Lesson 1
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In this lesson we explore how bullying can affect us all, even when it’s not happening directly to us we might feel confused, scared, and uncomfortable. We read a book called Beautifully Me about a young girl who is confused about the ways people are talking about bodies- specifically large, or fat bodies. We talk about how feelings and emotions can be signals to us, sometimes they’re letting us know something in our world doesn't make sense and we might need help figuring it out. The lesson ends by thinking of the people/adults at home and school that they can go to for help.

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Health, Medicine and Nursing
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Author:
Sex Ed Open Learning Project
Date Added:
08/09/2022
Peer Pressure & Social Bullying, Grade 5 Lesson 1
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 In this lesson we will explore how peer pressure is related to social bullying - when someone uses their influence to harm or humiliate another person or leave them out of the group. We will use scenarios to explore some of the ways we might sometimes feel pressure to go along with our friends even when they don’t want to. We’ll talk about integrity and how to use it to help us make decisions.  And what we can do when we see, or know that someone is being bullied. 

Subject:
Health, Medicine and Nursing
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Lesson
Lesson Plan
Author:
Sex Ed Open Learning Project
Date Added:
08/09/2022