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Students use the Laugh and learn video and a decision mapping process to explore situations where people might be asked to send a sext. Emotional, social, ethical and legal consequences of sending or not sending a sext are unpacked. Recent WA image-based abuse laws and where to go for help are also covered. Unwanted sexting is disrespectful, harassment and against the law. It is important to think about potential consequences when making decisions about sexting.
Read the Essential information: Protective interrupting ; Dealing with disclosures ; Question box ; Discrimination. Preview Laugh and learn video - Sexting 2min 12sec and eSafety - Image based abuse 1min 50sec to determine suitability for your students. Sexting definition: Most sexting is done with a mobile phone but it also occurs through social media and other online activities. Sexting can include a range of behaviours and content, from sending flirtatious text messages to more intimate material, like taking and sharing nude photos or videos capturing sexual acts.
The term 'sexting' is not often used by young people or in popular culture. Other terms include intimate images, sexually explicit images or messages. Be aware that some students undertaking this lesson may have sent or received a sext. Emphasise that you do not want to know who has or hasn't sent or received a sext. Be prepared for possible disclosures and be prepared to use protective interrupting strategies. Teachers should be familiar with these laws on sexual consent, sexting and the new WA laws on intimate images that came into effect April Visit eSafety - sexting for background information on the what, why and how of sexting.
Consider your own thoughts about 'Safe sexting'. Do you believe there is such a thing? Read The art sexting names safe sextingHow to practise safe sextingEverything you need to know about sexting names. Ideally, these and other associated issues need to be covered and extended in more lessons. Students may bring up the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why and the SBS series The Hunting which deal with image based abuse, youth suicide, mental health and other issues faced by teens.
Hepace has produced parent and teacher resources for 13 Reasons Why and eSafety Commissioner have created resources sexting names The Hunting. Teaching tip: A group agreement must be established before any RSE program begins to ensure a safe learning environment. Read: Essential information: Establishing a group agreement for tips on how to create one and what to include. Please let me know if you feel you need to take a break. Teaching tip: Students need to feel safe and supported in lessons on sensitive topics such as this.
They need to know that they will never be called upon to answer questions and that you will only ever ask for volunteers for contributions. These are sometimes known as 'sexy pics' or 'noodz' or some of the words that you have already said. They are also known in legal terms as sexually explicit images or messages, or intimate images.
Ask students to indicate their answers:. Students can make their own decisions about the gender of the individuals in the scenarios. An 18 year old girl sends a naked image of herself to an 18 year old guy she likes.
Legal, but if he didn't want this, it might be sexual harassment depending on circumstances. A 20 year old girl sends a naked image of themselves to their 21 year old partner Legal. A 16 year old consensually sends a nude to their 16 year old partner.
Despite being of legal age to have sex, and legal under WA laws, this is illegal under federal laws which override state laws. If a person under 18 takes a naked picture of themselves, it can be considered creating child exploitation material. Sending it to a partner can be considered distributing child exploitation material. These laws are deed to protect children from exploitation however, young people consensually sharing images can still be prosecuted under these laws. A 21 year old shares the image of their partner with several of their friends.
Illegal if they did not ask for their partner's consent to share the images. A teacher 'follows' students on Instagram and make sexting names remarks. Legal but breaches professional conduct. After breaking up with their 16 year old partner, a 17 year old threatens to send an intimate image of them to their mates. Illegal to threaten to send an intimate image WA law and illegal to send an intimate image of a person under 18 years of age Commonwealth law. Watch Laugh and learn - sexting 2min 12sec.
Teaching tip: CaLD students and students with special needs could potentially be confused between pimple popping and sexting. It is important for teachers to decide the suitability of this content for their students and to address any misconceptions that may arise. Non-consensual sexting is disrespectful, harassment and against the law; issues can follow you the rest of your life - whether you send, sexting names or share an intimate picture; it is easy to lose control over who can see an image once it is sent; there are things you can do if you receive an unwanted sext.
As a whole class create a 'choose your own adventure' style flow chart using sticky notes. This can be created on the floor, on desks pushed together, on a wall or a window. Teaching tip: This activity should not be conducted in small groups unless there are enough adults to facilitate each group. This is vital to ensure students adhere to the group agreement e.
Ensure all adults facilitating groups are familiar with protective interrupting techniques and how to deal with disclosures. This is to be a hypothetical situation so no names of people we know and no personal stories. Teaching tip: It is important to remember that students in the sexting names are likely to have experienced similar situations either directly or indirectly and it is vital for everyone to maintain confidentiality and not to disclose personal stories of their own or others.
Offer students the opportunity to talk to you or another trusted adult in private if they have any concerns they would like to raise.
The question box is another way of offering students opportunities to raise issues privately. Discuss some of the potential stereotypes:. Write it down on your sticky note and place it along side the scenario to show the different ways the conversation might develop. Is it ethical to ask sexting names a nude or should you wait to be asked? Is it ethical to assume a partner would be OK receiving a nude image? If someone has shared nudes with lots of other people, is it OK to share the image? What if there is a large gap in the age of the people sexting?
View eSafety Image based abuse video 1min 50sec. In AprilWA introduced new intimate image laws that make the sharing of intimate images without a person's consent illegal.
No doubt there are many people - adults and young people alike - who are unaware of these new laws. Why do you think no knowing this information could be very dangerous for some people? Any that involve people under Any that involve sexting names. It is impossible to tell. Laws are deed to protect young people from exploitation but the laws are still written in such a way that young people can potentially be charged. The new laws place the emphasis on non-consensual sharing of images, pressure, harassment and 'sextortion' - threatening to share images.
What can they do? Tell a trusted adult, block the person on social media, report it on the eSafety site, contact Hepace, Kidshelpline, a school counsellor.
Show students the eSafety Commissioner website and go through the steps of 'What to do? Teaching tip: It is important to keep questions 'a step removed'. Ensure students have internet access at home to access the Department of Justice - WA intimate image laws website or provide each student with the handout Western Australia's new intimate intimate laws: Frequently asked questions. Give each student the Take home activity sheet: Sexting - To send or not to send?
Background teacher note: Health promoting schools framework. Sexting now viewed as social norm among teenagers, research warns. A parent's guide to sexting and children. New intimate image laws - WA. Young people and intimate image laws - WA. Sexting: To send or not to send Return. Year level: 8, 9 or 10 Description Students use the Laugh and learn video and a decision mapping process to explore situations where people might be asked to send a sext. Learning focus Year 8 The impact bullying and harassment can have on relationships, including online relationships, and the health and wellbeing of themselves and others ACPPS Sexting names 9 Impact of external influences on the ability of adolescents to make health and safe choices relating to: sexting names and risk taking ACPPS Year 10 External influences on sexuality and sexual health behaviours, including the impact decisions and actions have on their own and others' health and wellbeing ACPPS Skills and strategies to promote respectful relationships, such as: appropriate emotional responses in a variety of situations; taking action if a relationship is not respectful; appropriate bystander behaviour in physical and online interactions ACCPS Effects of emotional responses on relationships, such as: extreme emotions impacting on situations or relationships; the consequences of not recognising emotions in others ACCPS Key understandings Unwanted sexting is disrespectful, harassment and against the law.
Materials Laugh and learn video - sexting 2 min 12 sec eSafety - image based abuse video 1min 50sec Sticky notes or small pieces of sexting names paper Pens A large floor space or wall space to place sticky note flow chart Optional: PowerPoint slides - To send or not to send? Optional: Take home activity sheet - To send or not to send?
General capabilities No General Capabilities values have been selected. Health and physical education P Relationships and sexuality Blooms revised taxonomy No Blooms values have been selected. Inquiry learning phase No Inquiry Learning phase values have been selected. Why is it important to have good privacy settings on social media? When is the right age to be in a sexual relationship? What should you do if you know someone is being bullied online? Learning activities Before you start. Optional: Print Department of Justice posters.
Time to complete Group agreement: 3 min. Revise the class group agreement. Time to complete Introduction: Definition: 3 min.
Ask students what they understand by the term 'sexting'? Take answers from volunteers. Say: "'Sexting' is sexting names sending of nude, semi-naked, provocative or sexual photos, messages or videos using a mobile phone or the internet. Thumb quiz: Legal, not sure, illegal. Time to complete Thumb quiz: Legal, not sure, illegal: 5 min. Laugh and learn video - sexting. Time to complete Laugh and learn video - sexting: 5 min. Time to complete To send or not to send?
Provide each students with a small stack of sticky notes or scrap paper. Say: " Describe a scenario in which a person might be asked for a nude. Say: "What might person B's response to this request be? Time to complete What the law says: 10 min. Say: "This video is about Commonwealth law. Time to complete Where to go for help: 5 min. Tell a trusted adult, block the person on social media, report it on the eSafety site, contact Hepace, Kidshelpline, a school counsellor Show students the eSafety Commissioner website and go through the steps of 'What to do?
Time to complete Reflection: 3 min. Time to complete Take home message: 2 min. Remind students of the take home messages: Unwanted sexting is disrespectful, harassment and against the sexting names.Sexting names
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