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Learning outcomes

What do your students need to learn?

Gathering and analysing a range of information about the learning needs of your students in relation to body image will help you to identify the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that they need to develop in their class programmes. Possible learning outcomes that relate to the learning experiences are listed below. You could draw on these outcomes to set goals with your students and to provide them with feedback about their progress.

Although learning outcomes are organised under particular key concepts, some may also help to develop other concepts. The focus learning outcomes for each key concept are identified in bold print, and assessment opportunities have been identified for them.

Personal identity and self-worth

Students will:

Level 

Strand

AO

identify characteristics that contribute to their identity 2 A 4
identify reasons for the food choices that people make 3 A 4
describe the dimensions of hauora and express ideas about aspects of well-being that are important to them 3 A 1 & 4
describe the feelings, beliefs, and other factors that have the potential to influence their self-image 3 A 4
describe some of their own and others' genetic characteristics and identify similarities and differences 2 C 2
express their ideas and feelings confidently when describing themselves and others 2 C 3
contribute to guidelines for creating a working environment in which sensitive issues can be safely expressed and discussed 2 D 3

Societal attitudes and beliefs

Students will:

Level

Strand

AO

identify relationships between food choices and body image 3 A 1
share ideas and beliefs and develop an understanding of the concept of body image 3 A 1 & 4
describe how and why people alter their appearance to identify with a culture while still remaining individuals 2 C 2
recognise cultural stereotypes about body size, shape, and image 3 C 2
identify ways in which the media portrays young people 3 D 1
identify and describe how society promotes certain types of body image 3 D 1

Critical thinking and action

Students will:

Level

Strand

AO

identify and compare the benefits and costs of altering their appearance to identify themselves with a particular group 3 A 3
identify basic risk-management strategies for permanent and non-permanent body-adornment practices 3 A 3
give reasons why people discriminate against others because of a body-image concept and describe how these actions affect others 3 A 4
identify discriminatory practices based on body image and demonstrate assertiveness strategies to manage these situations 3 C 3
participate in a school event that promotes the acceptance of body appearance and celebrates diversity 3 D 2
plan and implement a school event that promotes the acceptance of body appearance and celebrates diversity 3 D 4

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