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The lesson “Finding People to Trust in My Community” is part 12 of a 35 part series on human development, the human body, health, and safety. This lesson teaches children to write a list of people worthy of trust in the community such as teachers, principals and others and go to them if they need to report abuse. This resource includes a lesson plan for the teacher on how to prepare beforehand, class-time content to facilitate learning, hands-on activities facilitating further learning, and a teacher assessment at the end. This lesson is designed for a group of children between the ages of 9 and 11, and is the twelfth physical development lesson in the Core Curriculum, 9-11 years, Year Two.
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