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Junior Activity Week 
Lesson 5 Learning Objectives
By the end of the lesson
-Students will be able to identify the characteristics important to a friendship and compare these to relationships.

-Students will understand that people have different ideas about what is acceptable in a friendship and relationship.


Activity:  Complete Managing Puberty Google Form with a partner. Click your teachers code to make sure you go to the correct form.

Activity: If you finish the Managing Puberty form before others in your class complete the following quiz
Friendship and Relationships
Draw/insert a table similar to this in your puberty document/presentation

Activity: Discuss and write down characteristics that are important in a friendship. Once you have compiled a list rank your top 5 ideas that are most important to have in a friendship.

Discuss and write down characteristics that are important in a relationship. Once you have compiled a list rank your top 5 ideas that are most important to have in a friendship.

Compare the differences between your lists and be prepared to contribute your ideas to the class

Healthy Relationships

Copy down the following slide and make in make sense and fill in the gaps.


Helping Kate
 Kate is your best friend. Read the following scenario and answer the questions that follow. You could copy and past the scenario into your puberty document/presentation and answer the questions underneath.

​​Questions (answer in your document/presentation)
What should you do as Kate's friend (choose from the list)?
Why do you think that is the best option to help Kate?
What could be some consequences of your decision?
Look at the list you made earlier in the lesson what characteristics of friendship are you showing to Kate through your actions?

Role Plays

​In a group of 4 or 5 choose one of the following scenarios. In your group you must act out the scenario and then decided what is the best thing to do. Remember we have been talking about healthy relationships and look back at the characteristic of friendship. Try to think up a couple of different ways to help the situation as their may be more than one good response.