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Two questionnaires are included in this toolkit and they may be copied.
copyright 2009 Sample Teen Dating Violence Awareness Week Activities Monday • Morning announcement: Introduce the week’s goals, contests and activities • Teen Dating Violence Awareness Week assembly • Poster Contest** • Lunch activity: Dating Pledge/ Flyers** • Karaoke activity ** Tuesday • Morning announcement: Statistic and activity of the day • Watch video from WWW. ORG • Lunch activity: Don’t Keep it Bottled Up** • Teen Dating Violence Questionnaire - Participants are entered into a raffle.** Wednesday • Morning announcement: Statistic and activity of the day • Remind student body to wear purple to be entered to win prizes** • Jar of candy activity** • Film Festival** Thursday • Morning announcement: Statistic and activity of the day • Lunch activity: Tug-of-War** • Raffle • Prizes for people participating, wearing purple Prevent Child Abuse Utah can present a free assembly on teen dating violence.
A b u s e i s n o t Presented by: Prevent Child Abuse Utah Dear Student Body Officers, We are excited for you to begin your Teen Dating Violence Awareness Week.** See more about these activities in the “IDEAS” section.Friday • Morning announcement: Statistic and activity of the day • Awards assembly • Video of events • Announce winners of all contests • Glow in the Dark, Stomp Out Dating Violence** Prevent Child Abuse Utah 2009 Teen Dating Violence The following information can be presented in a school-wide assembly or to individual classes.Prevent Child Abuse Utah has created an interactive presentation on teen dating violence, complete with videos and stories.To schedule a free presentation at your school, call us at 801-393-3366. Unhealthy Relationships Good Communication Jealous Comforting Possessive Respectful Humiliating Independent Fearful Understanding Controlling Honest Demanding Positive Overly passionate Patient Shameful Supportive Selfish Equal Negative Statistics • 1.5 million teens in the U. are effected by teen dating violence • 1 in 5 teens have been in a violent dating situation • 1 in 2 teens have compromised personal beliefs to please the person they are dating • 72% of teens have been checked up on by a boyfriend or girlfriend 10 times per hour by email or social networking sites • 25% of teens have been called names by the person they are dating through text messages Statistics can be given during school announcements or used in flyers and handouts distributed throughout the week.