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Violence

Time Frame:
1 class period that runs 70 minutes.


 

Summary:
This lesson discusses types of violence and how to handle it. This is part of the Crisis Managment Unit (CM).

Main Curriculum Tie:
Adult Roles And Responsibilities
Strand 3 Standard 4

Define domestic violence, abuse, and various sexual violations including sexual harassment.

Materials:

Attachments

Background For Teachers:
The textbook used is, "Strengthening Family and Self" published by Goodheart-Willcox.

Intended Learning Outcomes:
ABUSE - CHARACTERISTICS OF ABUSERS AND VICTIMS: common characteristics of abuse victims include: lower self-esteem, the belief that the relationship will get better, submissive personality, being isolated; victims of abuse usually are insecure; a person who physically or mentally abuses someone during courtship or engagement usually escalates the abuse after marriage. VIOLENCE CYCLE: review the cycle - tension building, battling incident, and honeymoon phase. VIOLENCE: reasons for joining a gang are: friendship, a sense of belonging, identity, something to do, feeling of power, money, protection from other gangs; gang warning signs include: change in school grades, attitude problems with parents and teachers, changes in personal appearance; to reduce the risk of gang involvement: keeping kids busy and involved in activities, spending time together as a family, and providing a strong sense of family and belonging.

Instructional Procedures:
Journal, Text, Characteristics of abuser and victim,Assisting in an Abusive Situation, Violence Cycle, Intensities, and Internet quiz.

Assessment Plan:

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  • UTIPS
    Go to the UEN lesson plans folder and click on the lesson topic. This quiz might include questions that do not apply to the subject (they were from my concurrent enrollment textbook reading). You'll need to delete these questions.

Author:
DOREEN ROBINSON

Created Date :
Jul 10 2003 17:15 PM

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