This guide to sexual harassment awareness education in grades 6-12 offers five chapters: introduction, preliminary notes, core lessons, supplemental activities, and resources, and an appendix containing seven relevant readings taken from legislative materials, periodicals, and newspapers. The core lessons are: (1) Flirting vs. Sexual Harassment: A Teacher-led Discussion; (2) Taking a Closer Look: Student Observations; (3) Says Who? A Questionnaire and Debriefing; (4) What Are Your Rights? A Review and Discussion; (5) Case Studies and Role Plays: Class Review and Case Presentations; and (6) Get Up, Stand Up for Your Rights: Brainstorm and Action Planning. The supplemental activities include an exercise on writing a letter to a harasser, a review of 17 press conference statements, a current events discussion, an interview exercise, an art activity, and a brainstorming and discussion activity on respect. A chapter on resources contains a bibliography of 23 items and a list of organizations working for more equity in schools. An appendix provides relevant readings from court cases and periodicals. (Contains 23 references.) (JB)A Teachera#39;s Guide on Student-to-student Sexual Harassment in Schools (grades 6 Through 12) Nan D. Stein, Lisa Sjostrom ... If children see that the adults around them are not intervening to stop harassment from happening in school, it is no wonder that other ... Or write a letter that describes the behaviors you consider to be harassment, indicating that these bother you and that you want them to stop.
|Title||:||Flirting Or Hurting|
|Author||:||Nan D. Stein, Lisa Sjostrom|
|Publisher||:||National Education Assn - 1994|