A Parents Guide:
Preventing Child Sexual Abuse
Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Curriculum:
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CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE PREVENTION
KINDERGARTEN - GRADE 12
FORMAT OF THE CHILD SEXUAL
ABUSE PREVENTION CURRICULUM
Course of Study Curriculum addresses, on an age-appropriate level, the
incurable psychosexual illness know as pedophilia. The techniques and lures
used to gain the friendship and trust of potential child victims are
emphasized. Children are taught to be their own first line of defense
through knowledge and right choices. Classroom discussions and activities
emphasize the learning goals, and homework assignments include parent-child
involvement to reinforce what is learned at school.
The Course of Study is divided into five combined
classroom / grade levels: Kindergarten - Grade 1, Grades 2-3, Grades 4-6, Grades 7-8,
and Grades 9-12. Through incorporation of salient points in the
Parent's Guide and the Teacher
Resource Guide, the parent - school partnership is developed. Parents as
the primary and first educators of their children are a fundamental part of
Classroom Objectives for Sexual Abuse Prevention
The goals and objectives are intended to keep
teachers focused so that children will acquire the skills and techniques
needed to identify unsafe situations and to react appropriately and promptly
by making the right choices. The Course of Study begins with a Pre-Test and
concludes with a Post-Test. It is intended that the results of both tests be
discussed with the children to reinforce facts and correct misconceptions or
myths about child sexual abuse. At the conclusion of each lesson, summarize
with positive reinforcement of lessons to be learned what children should do
and what they should not do in order to keep safe.
The Children's Packet contains a variety of
activities for completion by the children in the classroom and at home to
reinforce the lessons learned. The sheets are easily removed from the
packets for distribution at the time each designated activity is taught.
Children's Packets should be maintained by the classroom teacher and
activity sheets distributed individually to each child at the appropriate
time during unit instruction. The pockets inside the covers of the
Children's Packets should be used to retain completed activities and
homework assignments for each child.
The lessons learned will be learning tools
throughout children's lives in the prevention of victimization.
COURSE OF STUDY
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