- Students will be expected to enhance their knowledge of strategies for building and maintaining a positive self-image and understand its influence on building positive relationships in one’s life and work.
- Students will be expected to link learning to one’s career building process
- Students will be expected to learn to effectively locate, evaluate, interpret and use life/work information
- Students will be expected to link lifestyles, life roles and life stages to life/work building while understanding and overcoming stereotypes/bias in life and work.
- Students will be expected to engage in life/work decision making
Students will be expected to:
- Evaluate the impact of one’s self-image on self and others
- Explore the concept of diversity as it relates to respect, tolerance, flexibility and openness towards others
- Explore the skills, knowledge and attitudes that are needed in specific work sectors and are best suited to adapt to changing work role requirements.
- Assess life/work information and determine its pertinence for oneself
- Identify stereotypes, biases and discriminatory behaviors that may limit opportunities for women and men in certain work roles.
Lessons that meet Intermediate expectations
- Beyond Media Messages: Media Portrayal of Global Development
- Bias and Crime in Media
- Bias in News Sources
- Diversity and Media Ownership
- Exposing Gender Stereotypes
- First Person
- Gender Messages in Alcohol Advertising
- Hate 2.0
- Hate or Debate
- I heard it ‘round the Internet: Sexual health education and authenticating online information
- Image Gap
- Learning Gender Stereotypes
- Marketing to Teens: Gender Roles in Advertising
- Mirror Image
- Miscast and Seldom Seen
- Perceptions of Youth and Crime
- Prejudice and Body Image
- Scapegoating and Othering
- Stereotyping and Bias
- The Citizen Reporter
- The Front Page
- The Girl in the Mirror
- The Impact of Gender Stereotypes
- The Price of Happiness
- Thinking about Hate
- Who’s Telling My Story?
- Media Minute Lesson 4: Media have commercial implications
- Media Minute Lesson 5: Media have social and political implications