TOPIC:Sex

Today's

Today you'll watch a video that defines sex and consent. You might be like--hold up guys, everyone already knows what sex is. I've already learned all this stuff!

 

While we know you know a lot, humor us for a minute. You might be surprised by what we have to say.

It's really important to know the actual definitions for these words, and to understand the different forms of sex that the definition applies to. Plus, ya know, worksheets and grades and all that. 

PLAN

Today's

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Listen to Margarette's Intro to what you'll be learning this week & why it's important.

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We define sex and consent and the four forms of sex and talk about why sex is such a big deal. Fill out the questions as you go. 

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Reflect on this information. Even if this information doesn't seem new to you, what bigger ideas can you take away from this?

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If today's lesson brought up any questions or comments, feel free to let us know! 

Watch & Respond

Reflect

ASK

Listen

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Listen

Margarette's Intro

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Watch & Respond

Why is defining sex important?

The four forms of sex

Refer back to your copy of the worksheet to answer the following questions:

What are the four forms of sex?

Usually when we hear the word sex we think of intercourse, we don't always include the others forms. Why do you think that is? 

Do you think the other forms are less intimate? Why or why not?

Let's Critically think

How does sex impact our brain?

What do you think?

Refer back to your copy of the worksheet to answer the following questions:

What are hormone is tied to addiction? 

What two hormones are bonding hormones? 

Does the section about bonding makes sense to you? Why or why not? 

Bonding

Let's Critically think

Refer back to your copy of the worksheet to answer the following questions:

What do you think is the best way to heal from a break up?

Why are Vasopressin and Oxytocin important hormones? 

Define Sex

Write your own definition of sex.

If you haven't downloaded the worksheet, click below and follow the instructions in the document.  

What is sex? Part 1 

Refer back to your copy of the worksheet to answer the following questions:

Did your original definition work for all forms of sex and all people?

Did your original definition include consent? 

There is a lot more conversation around consent these days, but take a second to think about its importance and how alcohol can have a negative impact. 

Compare  your definition

What is sex? Part 2

Refer back to your copy of the worksheet to answer the following questions:

What is the full definition of sex from the video?

How did your definition compare?

Compare  your definition

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Reflect

What did you learn?

We went over some stuff that might seem a bit simple, but it was about starting with a foundation. You should  should be building your own healthy understanding of sex. Reflect on your own understanding of what sex means to you. 

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Ask

Do you have any questions or comments?

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