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Connect with Respect

An overview of the sexual abuse prevention program for 5th, 6th, and 7th grades.

Raffi Bilek

on 15 November 2018

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Transcript of Connect with Respect

Program Goal:
To teach our children to identify and avoid behaviors that might indicate or lead to sexual abuse, and to disclose if they are subjected to such behaviors.

Program Modules

The Three Big Rules
Respect Everyone

Hurt No One

Tell Someone
Student Units
5th grade: Healthy Relationships
6th grade: Online Safety
7th grade: Sexual Abuse
These rules form the major refrain of the program,
to which all other ideas are tied.

Key Features of
the Program
No materials
needed beyond what is found in the classroom.
No expenses
outside of making copies.
Students learn and
practice skills
via games and role plays in order to know what to do should they encounter an unsafe situation.
Skills and language of the program
via parents at home and staff at school.
A good friend does not try to control you or pressure you into doing things you are not comfortable with.
A relationship is a two-way street in which both parties are treating each other with respect.
Even people we know and like can sometimes be treating us in ways that are unhealthy.
An uneasy feeling about a relationship is a good indicator that you should talk to a trusted adult about it.

5th grade
6th grade
7th grade
People can easily disguise who they are online. You cannot fully trust someone you have not met in person, even though you might feel close to them.
Do not give out personal information online.
The internet is not perfectly anonymous or private.
Anything you put in cyberspace is there forever.
Online relationships are subject to the same rules of respect as in-person relationships.
Tell a trusted adult if someone is mistreating you online.
Don’t open links from anyone whom you do not know personally.

What is considered sexual abuse? – definitions and examples.
It is important to talk to a trusted adult if someone tries to do any of these things – even if you are not sure that what they are doing is sexual abuse.
Sexual abuse is physically, emotionally, and psychologically harmful.
People cannot be trusted adults if they do not have good boundaries, if they make you feel uncomfortable or embarrassed, or if they threaten or pressure you.
People can seem nice on the outside but still be dangerous people underneath.
People sometimes try to trick children into sexual abuse.
Sexual abuse is NEVER the victim’s fault.
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