Flip Through the PREVIEW
Would your students be able to identify the following as Myths or as Facts?
- IF A PERSON STARTS TO ENGAGE IN A SEX ACT, THEY ARE NOT ALLOWED TO CHANGE THEIR MIND (Myth or Fact ?)
- IF YOUR DATE PAYS FOR DINNER, YOU OWE THEM SEX (Myth or Fact ?)
Also, are you concerned that your students may not recognized what Sexual Assault is?
Furthermore, can your students tell the difference between the myths regarding Sexual Assault, and the facts regarding Sexual Assault?
If so, then this is a great program to help educators so that you can teach your students the importance of understanding some of the issues surrounding sexual assault, and therefore help eliminate any confusion your student may have.
Myths VS. Facts Activity Game: Truths About Sexual Assault
by Stephanie Mitelman, M.A., CSE, AASECT Certified Sexuality Educator
Educators can efficiently use this program to teach students about the reality of Sexual Assault, and as a result teach your students how to identify risk factors of sexual assault.
There are many myths around perpetrators and victims that surround sexual violence and therefore it is more important than ever before that your students need to learn at an early age how to protect themselves and how to respect the boundaries of others.
This game teaches students how to:
- analyze how we think about sexual violence,
- the importance of mandatory consent
- what sexual assault looks like,
- who is likely to commit it,
- who is likely to experience it, and
- how it can happen
Above all, this interactive classroom game asks students to identify what is myth and what is a fact and teaches critical thinking skills around this sensitive subject so that students will feel more comfortable asking questions about it, and are thus more likely to have better social experiences with their peers.
- 40 Category Cards (Myth/Fact)
- 20 Instructor Statements
- Suggest Grade Level: 7-10