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Level(s): K - 3
Author: Used with permission from Responding To Media Violence: Starting Point for Classroom Practice K-6, by the Metropolitan Toronto School Board.
Level: Grades 7 to 9
Author: This lesson has been adapted from Smoke-Free for Life, a smoking prevention curriculum supplement from the Nova Scotia Department of Health, Drug Dependency and Tobacco Control Unit.
Level(s): Grade 7 to 10
Production of this lesson has been made possible through a financial contribution from Health Canada.
Male or female: Seems simple enough, but these categories which were assigned to us at birth carry with them a whole lot of social and cultural meanings and expectations. In this section, we look to unpack some of the media’s baggage around what it means to be a boy or girl, man or women.
Level: Grades 6 and 7
Author: These lessons are an adaptation of Grade 8 lessons from the Curriculum Healthy Relationships, by Men For Change, Halifax, Nova Scotia, a 53-activity, three-year curriculum designed for teens. The Act Like a Man/Be Ladylike exercises were originated by Paul Kivel, in association with the Oakland Men's project, Oakland, California © Oakland Men's Project.
Level: Grades 3 to 6
About the Author: Matthew Johnson, Director of Education, MediaSmarts
This lesson is based on research performed by Maya Götz, head of the International Central Institute for Youth and Educational Television.
Duration: 2 hours