Prevention occurs best drug-by-drug, because knowledge of the adverse consequences of one drug will not necessarily generalize to the use of other drugs.Students' beliefs and attitudes are specific to each drug. What do young people generally think of others who do drugs?
Child abuse education can break the cycle of abuse.
As an educator, you must report any suspected or admission of abuse to the authorities. Distribute Child Abuse Prevention Diorama Rubric (see All Lesson Attachments tab) so that students may understand what is expected.
This toolkit is designed to help FYSB Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (APP) grantees who want to incorporate adolescent relationship abuse (ARA) prevention into their existing APP programming.
Whether grantees are newly funded or have been implementing project activities for one or more years, this toolkit provides practical tools for grantees to choose from and adapt to best fit their projects and participants.
Students will take turns reading their Child Abuse Statistics card.—Note to Teacher: Abuse may be a sensitive topic for some students in your class.
Students may be experiencing family problems related to this subject area.
They may have a friend or family member who has been affected by abuse.
It is important to demonstrate sensitivity to students while teaching this lesson.
Materials: this two-page worksheet, one copy per student; some blank paper (to make notes for feedback); a pen.