b.Notes on the Characteristics of Healthy vs. Unhealthy
a.Healthy vs. Unhealthy
VIII.How much do you know about relationships?
IX.Is Your Relationship Safe?
a.8 Questions focusing on “Green, Yellow, or Red Lights” warnings b.Green Light, Yellow Light, Red Light Phrases Chart
X.Excerpt from, “Making the Most of Your Life: Eight MotivationalStories & Essays” entitled, “Raising the Blinds” by Peggy Kern
a.Read about the choices made during Peggy’s first year of college b.List the Green, Yellow, and Red Light features of Peggy and Tommy
XI.Your Health Relationship Recipe Task
a.Based on the article “Am I in a Healthy Relationship?” focus on thequestion: What Makes a Healthy Relationship? b.Create your own Healthy Relationship recipe that includes the positivequalities listed in the article.c.You could also include the ingredients from the “Green Light” phrases thatare listed at the top of the Sample Healthy Relationship Recipe.d.Check the Measurement Equivalents scale to decide how much ingredientsto include in your own healthy recipe.
XII.Am I In A Healthy Relationship?
a.Read the article, “Am I in a Healthy Relationship?” b.Review the sample ingredients for a Healthy Relationship Recipec.Check the measurement equivalents scale to decide your ownd.Create Your Own Healthy Relationship Recipe
XIII.5 Non-Negotiable Times Your Partner Should Respect You
a.(Girls) 5 areas of respect to look out for…i.Aloneii.Talkingiii.Arguingiv.Family and Friends v.Ending b.Quick Tip: Demand what you are worth everyday.c.Do you agree or disagree with this article about the way women wereraised? Express your reactions to the 5 areas of respect to look for inrelationships mentioned in the article.
XIV.(Boys) Derek Jeter: 2009 Sportsman of the Year
a.Find out and report on how and why Derek Jeter learned about respectand became so respectable among many. b.Hint: You have to give respect to get it.