Personal Safety Part 1 Lesson Plan

Overview:

In this lesson students will discuss the meaning of Personal Safety. Students will learn the following Personal Safety skills: Safety Voice, Circle of Safe Adults, and Think, Feel, Do

Learning Objective(s):

  • Students will understand the meaning of Personal Safety.
  • Students will learn the concepts of Safety Voice, Circle of Safe Adults, and Think, Feel, Do.
  • Students will apply the Think, Feel, Do method of decision making.
  • Students will practice using Personal Safety concepts to stay safe.

Essential Question(s):

  • How do you use Personal Safety skills to keep yourself and others safe?
  • What should you do if you feel unsafe, uncomfortable, or confused?

Content Standards /Benchmarks:

National Sex Education Benchmarks:

CHR.5.CC.2 Explain the relationship between consent, personal boundaries, and bodily autonomy.
CHR.5.IC.1 Communicate personal boundaries and demonstrate ways to respect other people’s personal boundaries.

Florida Health Ed. Benchmarks:

HE.2.C.2.4 Explain the ways rules make classroom, school, and community safer.
HE.2.C.2 Analyze the influence of family, peers, culture, media, technology, and other factors on health behaviors.
HE.2.B.4.3 Demonstrate ways to respond to unwanted, threatening, or dangerous situations.
SC.K2.CS-PC.4.1 Explain that some information is private and should not be shared online.
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