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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 pubertal change will help you to identify the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that they need to develop in class programmes. Possible learning outcomes that relate to the learning experiences in this book are listed below. You could draw on these outcomes to set goals with your students and to provide them with feedback about their progress.

Knowing about and understanding the physical, mental and emotional, social, and spiritual growth and development that will occur and the new needs that will arise during puberty.

Students will:

Level

Strand   

AO

Identify and develop strategies to help them manage the changes that will affect them during puberty 3 A 1
describe the importance of maintaining regular exercise during puberty 3 A 2
identify and describe body changes associated with puberty 3/4 A 1
describe their changing needs and feelings during puberty and acknowledge that others have similar experiences 4 A 1
describe the nutritional needs of young people going through puberty and identify changes to their own diet that could help them to meet these needs 4 A 1
access and use information relevant to changes that occur at puberty 4 A 3
identify changes that occur within people's relationships during puberty, compare ways in which people may interact at this time, and identify positive ways of interacting 4 C 1
access support from a range of sources and evaluate the contribution of each to the well-being of people going through puberty. 4 D 2

 Examining the factors influencing their choices during puberty.

Students will:

Level

Strand

AO

Identify ways in which peer pressure may influence them during puberty and demonstrate skills in asserting themselves appropriately 3 C 3
identify ways in which the practices and attitudes of people going through puberty are influenced by their families and by religious and cultural beliefs 3 D 1
investigate and describe ways in which the media influences young people during puberty 3/4 D 1

Developing a positive attitude towards the changes they experience during puberty.

Students will:

Level

Strand

AO

Identify and describe ways in which body changes associated with puberty differ for individuals 3 A 4
describe how identifying positive aspects of their own development can enhance their sense of self-worth while they are experiencing puberty; 3 A 4
describe how the actions of other people can influence young people's sense of self-worth during puberty 3/4 A 4
identify instances of discrimination that affect young people during puberty and describe ways to support their own rights and those of others C 2

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