Teaching Tool - Contraception
The teaching tool with encourage healthy sexual growth and development by providing students with accurate information about contraceptive methods. Students will be provided health information and living skills that promote healthy decision and actions regarding sexual health. The presentation teaches students about the usage and effectiveness of common contraceptives.
- I will gain a clear understanding of sexual consent
- I will gain an understanding of the advantages of abstinence
- I will be able to identify the signs of sexual readiness
- I will understand the usage and effectiveness of common contraceptives
- I will be able to identify community resources and supports
Ontario curriculum expectation
Grades 9-12: Health and Physical Education (2015)
- C1.4 describe the relative effectiveness of various methods of preventing unintended pregnancy or sexually transmitted infections, including HIV / AIDS and identify sources of information and support.
- C2.3 apply their knowledge of sexual health and safety, including a strong understanding of the concept of consent and sexual limits, and their decision-making skills to think in advance about their sexual health and sexuality. This specific expectation is connected to the living skills expectations personal skills and critical and creative thinking.
Niagara Region Public Health resources
- Sexual Health Ontario
- Sexually Transmitted Infections Fact Sheets for Health Care Professionals and Educators
- Sex and U
- Teaching Sexual Health: Refer to Lesson 3a: Consent 1, Lesson 3b: Consent 2, and Lesson 5: Safer Sex
- Condom Line Up Game
- Birth Control Kit
- Birth Control Tool: This resource was created for students to explore birth control options, how they work and how well they protect against pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections
- Video: Using a External / Condom and Condom Demonstration Teacher Notes
- Using a Dental Dam and Dental Dam Demonstration Teacher Notes
- Using a Internal / Vaginal Condom and Vaginal Condom Demonstration Teacher Notes
- Birth Control Effectiveness Graph
- Online Relationships: Respect and Consent: In this lesson, students will use mind maps to explore concepts of "respect" and "consent" in an online context. Students will consider a wide range of scenarios that shed light on different aspects of consent relating to digital media and draw on those to create a detailed definition.
- Teaching Sexual Health: Lesson 4 Birth Control