This lesson plan helps students to understand the consequences and dangers of "Sexting." Also included are ways students can get help if someone is pressuring them or harassing them. Strategies on how to say "no" to sexting. 3 activities. Clip art, printables
Included in this lesson:
What is sexting?
Why do teens engage in sexting?
What are the consequences of sexting- including emotional, personal, legal and long term?
Questions to ask yourself about sexting- such as; was this my idea?, what could happen? Where will this picture end up? What are your boundaries?
How to get someone to stop sexting you- including; contact an adult you trust, helplines you can call for advice, how to block the person on your phone, law enforcement and victim advocates?
How to confront the person in a non-threatening way?
3 strategies on how to say no to sexting;
1) Be funny and use humor
2) Be firm
3) Turn it around on the asker
Unique and funny Alternative answers when asked for a sext
Write two responses you could use if someone asked you to “sext.”
Write about one of the consequences of sexting and how it made you think differently about it.
Use Humor and Write or Draw an “ANTI- SEXTING” Slogan
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