This outcome chart contains media-related learning outcomes from the Saskatchewan Grade 9 Health Education curriculum, with links to supporting resources on the MediaSmarts site.
Develop the understanding, skills, and confidences necessary to take action to improve health
Analyze the norms and expectations (e.g., community, cultural) associated with romantic relationships as a means to effectively plan for related health promotion.
Develop and demonstrate the personal insight, motivation, and skills necessary to enhance and promote sexual health and avoid health-compromising sexual attitudes and behaviours.
Evaluate and respond to a variety of sources of, and information about, romantic relationships
Interpret how community and cultural norms might influence the personal standards (introduced in Grade 6) and the limits one sets for dating relationships.
Determine how community and cultural norms might influence the strategies of personal commitment (introduced in Grade 7) required to set limits in healthy dating relationships.
Assess individual, family, and community expectations for dating.
Examine how family, cultural, and community expectations influence decisions of setting limits and agreeing to them early in romantic relationships.
Acquire knowledge that is appropriate for students’ levels of development, and directly relevant to their own sexual health needs
- Exposing Gender Stereotypes
- Gender Messages in Alcohol Advertising
- I heard it ‘round the Internet: Sexual health education and authenticating online information
- Learning Gender Stereotypes
- The Impact of Gender Stereotypes
- The Price of Happiness