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Preventing Child Sexual Abuse


 Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Curriculum
Preventing Child Sexual Abuse: A Parent's Guide 


A Parents Guide: Preventing Child Sexual Abuse

Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Curriculum: Grades k-12

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This curriculum is designed to prevent child and teen sexual abuse through education as an empowerment tool. Students will learn in a non-threatening manner how to protect themselves from sexual abuse through classroom and homework activities which reinforce the proper responses to the lures and seductive techniques used by child abusers to gain their interest and trust.

Preventing child sexual abuseThe curriculum is divided into age-appropriate graded courses of study: Kindergarten - Grade 1, Grades 2-3, Grades 4-6, Grades 7-8, and Grades 9-12. Through the development of sexual abuse prevention skills, students will learn to identify victimization techniques and refuse and resist them. Students will also learn why a student code of conduct is important and why disciplinary action is necessary. Each grade level for Kindergarten through Grade 8 consists of four units:
Unit #1 - What is child sexual abuse  and who are the abusers?
Unit #2 - What are the techniques used by child sexual abusers to gain the interest and trust of their intended victims?
Unit #3 - How children can be their own first line of defense.
Unit #4 - Reinforcement of the knowledge and skills learned.

In addition, the curriculum for Grades 9-12 includes units on date rape, peer sexual harassment, and domestic sexual abuse.

Each Course of Study includes a detail a set of 25 Parent Guides, 25 Student Workbooks, a detailed Teacher Resource Guide, curriculum with specific teacher directions and assistance, detailed goals and objectives, student activities, and homework assignments. The curriculum integrates all areas of learning including, but not limited to fine arts, language arts, and critical thinking skills. Through emphasis on the parent - school partnership for child safety, the curricula is designed to assist parents and to teach children to respond appropriately and promptly.



Copyright 2003-2004 by Mary A. Lentz. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language or computer language in any form or by any means, electric, mechanical, magnetic, optical, chemical, manual, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Mary A. Lentz.