Summary - Today I want you to think about healthy and unhealthy relationship characteristics. Open the google doc linked here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1am7dUnrarmWARwQh7KDa2N-byQklJEqml572V9THF6Q/edit?usp=sharing to guide today's lesson (just like yesterday, you will need to make a copy of the doc and save it with YOUR NAME 3/24 Build a Boo. When completed you will need to share the document back to me for grading). Answer the first three questions brainstorming your ideal partner and characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships.
Next, imagine this situation; You have just met another person and you are really interested in them. Upon hanging out with them a few times, you decide to start a romantic relationship with this person. However, as you spend more time with the person you find out more about them.
Step 1: Go to https://www.random.org/integers/ and make your parameters as 'generate 5 random integers' and 'each integer should have a value between 1 and 125.' and 'format into 1 column'. Click on 'get numbers.' This will give you a random list of 5 numbers. Type those numbers into the google doc. Step 2: Click on the button below (that says behaviors), find your numbers and the characteristics of your partner that you just learned about them. Write the 5 characteristics in the google doc.
Step 3: Use the google document to guide your reflection and decide if you will now stay with the person and why or why not. You will be using a stoplight graphic to organize your thoughts. Type the characteristics in the textbox on the Red part of the stoplight if it is a definite 'don't stay in the relationship' cue, yellow meaning that they may like or not like it but it is not important either way, and green meaning it is definitely important in a relationship. Complete the worksheet's reflection questions #6-7. You may choose to look through the 'build a boo' slides listed below that would have been used in class.
Next, skim/scan the following document (click on the button) about statistics regarding dating violence. Choose one statistic and reflect on it in your google doc #8.
Lastly, read through the slides below titled 'Dating Violence.' The powerpoint addresses different types of abuse with examples. Also, the powerpoint discusses what a friend / daughter / self could do if encountering an abusive relationship; including local resources like 211 (hotline) and 741741 (texting). Finish today's lesson answering #9 and #10 on the google doc.
Submit the google document when you are finished.