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YouthAlert! (YA!) Program - A Child and Youth Violence, Bullying, and Abuse,Prevention/Health Education CurriculumProgram Team ModelYA! ProgramProgram Instruction& EvaluationsCommunitiesStudentsSpeakers, Sponsors& Student SupportPartnership & SkillsDevelopmentGovernmentSchoolsSpeakers, Sponsors& LegislationAccess, Standards &Measurable StudentAcheivement YouthAlert! (YA!) 2016 859.494.3677www.youthalert.us [email protected] Page 1 of 1

YouthAlert! (YA!) Program CurriculumYA!Eighteen Weeks, Five Days Week, One-Hour a DayYA! Program Curriculum Framework Outline Sample No. MS3120-06001 – FL, Middle School, Two Day Session,60 Minutes per Day, Three YA! Units per Day, Six YA! Units Total, 120 Minutes TotalYA! ProgramUnitPlanPeer ViolenceDay OneDay TwoWeek OneWeek OneShadowViolencePreventionMediaBullyingSelf -HarmFL sStandardsStandards2,4,51,3, 73,6,71, 5,72,4,51, 3, 8Lesson PlanIdentifiersWhen, t of Mediaon behaviorAre you beingBullied?SurvivalTechniquesStudentsActivitiesQ & A, DebateQ & A, DebateQ & A, DebateQ & A, DebateQ & A, DebateQ & A, DebateCoop LearningCoop LearningCoop LearningCoop LearningCoop LearningCoop ationEvaluation

YouthAlert! (YA!) Program CurriculumYA!Eighteen Weeks, Five Days Week, One-Hour a DayYA! Program Curriculum Framework Outline Sample No. HS3180-09001 – FL, High School, Three Day Session,60 Minutes per Day, Three YA! Units per Day, Nine YA! Units Total, 180 Minutes TotalYA! ProgramUnitPlanFL HealthStandardsPeer ViolenceDay OneDay TwoDay ThreeWeek OneWeek OneWeek OneDating ceGunsSelf 71,5,72,4,53,6,75,7, 81, 3,71, 3,8Lesson PlanIdentifiersWhen, wherewhy?What is it andhow to avoid itPoisoning,AccidentsEffect of Mediaon behaviorAre you beingBullied?SurvivalTechniquesConsequencesThe FactsGetting HelpStudentsActivitiesQ & A, DebateQ & A, DebateQ & A, DebateQ & A, DebateQ & A, DebateQ & A, DebateQ & A, DebateQ & A, DebateQ & A, DebateCoop LearningCoop LearningCoop LearningCoop LearningCoop LearningCoop LearningCoop LearningCoop LearningCoop ion YouthAlert! (YA!) 2017Vocabulary

YA!YouthAlert (YA!) Program – A Child and Youth Violence & BullyingPrevention/Health Education CurriculumYouthAlert! (YA!) Program Curriculum Framework No. HS3180-9001- FLYouthAlert! (YA!) Program Unit Plan Outline SampleUnitSelf-HarmFlorida Health StandardsNext Generation Sunshine StateStandards – Health Education, 2014. In 2012, the standardswere examined and revised based on the 2008 NGSSS forHealth Education. Date Adopted or Last Revised: 02/14BenchmarksStandard 1. Core ConceptsStandard 3. Accessing InformationStandard 8. AdvocacyHE.912.C.1.5 Analyze strategies for prevention, detection, andtreatment of communicable and chronic diseases.HE.912.B.3.4 Justify when professional health services orproviders may be requiredHE.912.P.8.1 Demonstrate how to influence and supportothers in making positive health choices.Lesson Plan Identifiers1. Get Help2. Types of Self-Harm3. Suicide4. IdeationStudent Activities1. Students Watch Presentation2. Participate Q & A3. Role Play Crisis Situation4. Identify Local ResourcesAssessmentPretestVocabulary QuizUnit Evaluation - Answer twenty multiplechoice test with eighty percent accuracy YouthAlert! (YA!) 2017YouthAlert! (YA!) A Nonprofit Public Charity859.494.3677 www.youthalert.us [email protected]

YouthAlert! (YA!) Program - A Child and Youth Violence,Bullying, and Abuse, Prevention/Health Education CurriculumYouthAlert! (YA!)Program Units 1. Who is YouthAlert! (YA!)?2. Why Are We Here?3. The Name of the Game4. Ground Rules5. Equality6. Being Human - True Choice7. All the Information8. What Is Violence?9. Violence Prevention10. Violence Prevention Violence and Youth11. Violence Prevention - DatingViolence12. Violence Prevention Sexual Violence13. Violence Prevention Domestic Violence14. Violence Prevention - ChildMaltreatment15. Violence Prevention - GangViolence16. Violence Prevention LGBTQ17. Shadow Violence18. Shadow Violence Transportation19. Shadow Violence Poisoning/Substance Abuse20. Shadow Violence – Diet21. Shadow Violence - Pollution22. Why Care? Believing inPeace23. World Violence24. Why do People Do Violence?25. Who Does Violence?26.Who Are the Victims ofViolence?27.What Is Consent? 28.Identity Stations29.Identity Killers30.Standards31.What’s Important32.The High Five Principals33.H5 - Peace, Life, Love,Freedom, and Equality34.The Low Five35.Family/Close Unit36.Inside Out37.Anger38.Media39.Media – Movies, TV, andVideo40.Media - Video Games41.What Is Bullying?42.Hitting/Stealing, Gossip,Ridicule, Shunning,43.Cyber-Bullying44.How to Block45.Being an Upstander46.#1 Rule of Violence &Bullying47.Survival Stories48.Depression49.How to Say No50.The Way Up51.Happy is Healthy52.A Mediation Moment53.Your Brain54.Your Body55.Justice56.Youth Power57.Weapons58.Weapons - Guns59.What Is A Man?60.How Did We Get Here?61.Where Are We? YouthAlert! (YA) 2017 859.494.3677 www.youthalert.us [email protected] Page 1 of 2

YouthAlert! (YA!) Program - A Child and Youth Violence,Bullying, and Abuse, Prevention/Health Education CurriculumYouthAlert! (YA!)Program Units 62. What It’s Like to Be an Adult63. Your Independence Skills64. Survive and Thrive65. Teamwork 66.Attitude67.Attitude - Stress68.Attitude - Kindness69.Attitude - Kindness Practice70.Principle Sharpening Test71.PST - Truth, Fairness, andHonesty72.Justified Violence73.Self Defense74.We the Jury75.How Not to be a Victim ofViolence76.How to be a Victim ofViolence77.Worst Case Scenario78.Dreams79.Inner City80.Suicide - Self-HarmPrevention 81.The Peace Triangle82.Talk, Talk83.Research84.Mentoring85.How to be A Mentor86.The Next Leader87.U.S.A.88.Religion89.U.N. Declaration of HumanRights90.U.N. SDG’s91.A History of Violence92.Hope Helps93.Raise the Bar94.Summary95.Recommendations96.Who’s Listening?97.A Higher Gear98.Interventions99.Free Help! Contacts100. Continuing Education YouthAlert! (YA) 2017 859.494.3677 www.youthalert.us [email protected] Page 2 of 2

YouthAlert! (YA!) Program Unit Slide SamplesA Child and Youth Violence, Bullying, and Abuse, Prevention/Health Education Curriculum YouthAlert! (YA!) 2016 859.494.3677www.youthalert.us [email protected] Page 1 of 3

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YouthAlert! (YA!) Program Instruction ModelA Child and Youth Violence, Bullying, and Abuse, Prevention/Health Education Curriculum12 CDC and8 WHO OutcomesTech Savvy,Current, RelatableDirect Instruction to Students withExtra Attention on Males and MinoritiesComprehesive Health Education withSpecial Focus on ViolencePrevention SkillsYouth and Adults Working Together EquallyIn-School Universal Cross-Cutting PracticeRated Effective YouthAlert! (YA!) 2017 U.S.A. 859.494.3677www.youthalert.us [email protected] Page 1 of 1

YouthAlert! (YA!) Program - A Child and Youth Violence, Bullying, and Abuse,Prevention/Health Education Curriculum Reductions inperpetration andvictimization of verbaland physical aggression Reductions in bullyingand conduct problems Reductions indelinquency Reductions in theinvolvement in violentand nonviolent crime inyoung adulthood Reductions in smoking,alcohol, and drug use Reductions indepression and suicidalideation Reductions in otheradolescent riskbehaviors (e.g., sexwithout a condom,multiple sex partners,risky driving) Increases in emotionalregulation,understanding socialsituations, anddeveloping effective andnonviolent solutions Increases in academicproficiency Increases in positivebystander behavior Increases in antibullying school policies Increases in positiveschool climate 8 PotentialOutcomes Increases in schoolattendance andacademic success Reductions in childmarriage Reductions in sexualassault Reductions inphysical and sexualintimate partnerviolence victimizationand perpetration Empowers girls andboys to recognize andprotect themselvesagainst intimatepartner violence Reductions inaggressive andviolent behaviours Reductions in druguse and excessivealcohol use Reductions inbullying behavioursThe Evaluation Center, at the University of Colorado, Denver, CO 12 Potential OutcomesWHO Potential effects of education and life skills on reducing violence against childrenCDC Potential Outcomes Universal school-based programsPotential Student Outcomes 3 PotentialOutcomes Short-termOutcomes: Participating studentsreport gaining newknowledge, skills, andattitudes Long-termOutcomes: Students reportdecreases inengagement in highrisk behaviors Schools experience adecrease in behaviorreferrals, in/out ofschool suspensions,and expulsions Impact: Communitiesexperience improvedoverall health andsafety of middle andhigh school youth YouthAlert! (YA!) 2017 859.494.3677www.youthalert.us [email protected] Page 1 of 1

YA!YouthAlert (YA!) Violence & Bullying Prevention/Health ProgramYA! Program Unit - Suicide Self-Harm - Lesson Plan No. 58Title: YouthAlert! (YA!) Program Unit - Suicide Self-Harm- Lesson Plan No. 58 - Grades 9 - 12Source: YouthAlert! (YA!) Program – A Child and Youth Violence,Bullying, and Abuse, Prevention/Health Education CurriculumStandard: Next Generation Sunshine StateStandards – Health Education, 2014. In 2012, thestandards were examined and revised based on the2008 NGSSS for Health Education. Date Adopted orLast Revised: 02/14Materials: In-Class Student Workbook, Pretest, Posttest, PresentationSlides, Presentation Videos, Presentation Instruction and Narration,Formative and Summative Assessment Youth Surveys, GraphicOrganizers.Standard 1. Core ConceptsHE.912.C.1.5 Analyze strategies for prevention, detection, andtreatment of communicable and chronic diseases.HE.912.B.3.4 Justify when professional health services or providers maybe requiredHE.912.P.8.1 Demonstrate how to influence and support others inmaking positive health choices.Standard 3. Accessing InformationStandard 8. AdvocacyLearning Goal: Students will be able to identify healthy lifestyle choices. Students will list behaviors that have a negative impacton physical and mental health. Students will be able to define content vocabulary. Suicide, Self-Harm, Self-Injury, Cutting,Poisoning, Ideation, Impulsive, Contagion, Stigma, Crisis Counseling, Risk Assessment, Means Restriction.Mini-Lesson: Students will view slides and videos that teach verbal, mental, and physical coping skills to prevent them fromdoing violence to others, themselves, and how to be an active bystander. Students will work in break-out groups androundtable discussions on topics provided by the instructor. Students will work in groups to complete graphic organizers onreflections.Work Time: Ninety-minute lesson total or expanded or contracted to fit class/academic schedule. Students will be workingindividually and sometimes in work groups. Access to the media material used in this program should be available to allstudents so they may use them throughout the instruction. Instructors work time, ten minutes pretest, twenty minutes narration 2017 YouthAlert! (YA!) 859.494.3677www.youthalert.us [email protected] Page 1 of 3

YA!YouthAlert (YA!) Violence & Bullying Prevention/Health ProgramYA! Program Unit - Suicide Self-Harm - Lesson Plan No. 58and instruction, introductory slide and slide one, five minutes video one, twenty minutes slide two, five minutes video two,twenty minutes question, answer, and group discussion time, ten minutes posttest.Closing: Students will share their findings in writing in a student note taking handout to the educators. They will alsocommunicate these findings verbally to the rest of the students in the class during question and answer and discussion time.Intervention: Students having difficulty with a conceptor engagement will work with instructor or mentorstudent for a reteach. Handouts of slides will beprovided for notes. Differentiated instruction will beprovided as necessary.Extension: Students use a social media platform to design and promotea healthy lifestyle choice. Students design and create posters, poems,songs, skits, and presentations promoting healthy lifestyle choices.Students collaborate and list characteristics of the benefits ofmentoring. Students may choose to write and/or recite personal storiesof hardship and triumph.Questions: What surprised you the most about theinformation discussed in this lesson?Support Services Identified for Students:1-800-273-8255 National Suicide Prevention LifelineWhat was the most important information you learned http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/during this lesson? Why was it important?1-800-784-2433 National Hopeline NetworkHow do you know the difference between choiceshttp://www.hopeline.com/that have a positive or negative effect?1-800-366-8288 Self Abuse Information Line S.A.F.E. AlternativesDo you believe that others your age shouldhttp://www.selfinjury.com/participate in this lesson? Why?1-954-384-0344 Florida Initiative for Suicide PreventionDo you think that repeating this lesson will aid in yourhttps://fisponline.org/understanding of the subject and its content? How? 2017 YouthAlert! (YA!) 859.494.3677www.youthalert.us [email protected] Page 2 of 3

YouthAlert (YA!) Violence & Bullying Prevention/Health ProgramYA!YA! Program Unit - Suicide Self-Harm - Lesson Plan No. 58Technology: Students will have access to videos projected from a laptop and projector, an interactive smartphone app forreal-time comments, questions, and surveys, access to www.youthalert.us special section for continuing education, continuingeducation and student interaction on YouthAlert! (YA!) social media sites including two YouTube Channels, opportunity to signup for smartphone text updates.Legislation:Florida State Statute 1003.41 - Sunshine State StandardsFlorida State Statute 1003.42 (2)(n) - Required InstructionFlorida State Statute 1003.4282 - General Requirements for High School Graduation; RevisedFlorida State Statute 1003.46 - Health Education; Instruction in Acquired Immune Deficiency SyndromeFlorida State Statute 787.06 - Human trafficking158596061Slide 1-Introduction, Slide 58-Instruction Slide One, Slide 59-Video-Exclusion, Slide 60-Instruction Slide Two,Slide 61-Video-Support Information YouthAlert! (YA!) 2017 2017 YouthAlert! (YA!) 859.494.3677www.youthalert.us [email protected] Page 3 of 3

Protect Your IdentityThis Means You Too! – Protect Yourself from Yourself!Surprise - What applies to them vs. you, you vs. them also applies to you vs. you.Don’t Push Your Own ButtonsDon’t be a RobotDon’t Call Out the Low five PrinciplesDon’t Turn into MushDon’t Hurt YourselfDon’t Self-DestructOur Greatest Human Concern.We are Too Self-DestructivePeace is a Triangle28

Protect Your IdentityThis Means You Too! – Protect Yourself from Yourself“The violence done us by others is often less painful than that which we do to ourselves.” François de la Rochefoucauld (1613-1680), French authorNo One AllowedNot Even YouPhysically & MentallyChangingLife is Rare, Limited – We’re LuckyAt least Try to Make it WorkEnd of the World/No Tomorrow#1 Promise - You Will Feel BetterAsk!Kids Highest PressureFriends/Family/SchoolSelf Harm/Pain ExplosionUnderlying IssuesVictims not Heroes - No Favor#1 Advise – Tomorrow is another DayOne Day can make all the Difference.Learning/ConfusingDeadlines# 1 Job/PurposeSurvive Your Youth29Talk!

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YA!YouthAlert (YA!) Violence & Bullying Prevention/Health ProgramStudent Worksheet OneNameDate ClassA. What is Violence?A. What is Violence?Before PresentationAfter PresentationB. How can I avoid being a victim of violence?B. How can I avoid being a victim of violence?Before PresentationAfter PresentationC. How can I get out of a dangerous situation?Before PresentationC. How can I get out of a dangerous situation?After PresentationD. What is Bullying?D. What is Bullying?Before PresentationAfter PresentationE. How can I help stop teen suicide?E. How can I help stop teen suicide?Before PresentationAfter PresentationYouthAlert! (YA!) 859.494.3677 Voice 859.233.1999 Faxwww.YouthAlert.us [email protected] Page 1 of 2

YA!YouthAlert (YA!) Violence & Bullying Prevention/Health ProgramStudent Worksheet OneNotesYouthAlert! (YA!) 859.494.3677 Voice 859.233.1999 Faxwww.YouthAlert.us [email protected] Page 2 of 2

YA!YouthAlert (YA!) Violence & Bullying Prevention/Health ProgramFollow Up Discussion Topics for StudentstsFollow Up Discussion Topics for Students after the YouthAlert! (YA!) VBPHPWhy is it worth surviving?Do you think differently about violence now? If so in what way?How do you think your fellow classmates reacted to the presentation?Did you feel like everyone is was treated completely equal during the presentation? If so, how did that feel?Do you think you would be more compassionate, empathetic, kind, after the presentation? Why?Are you more likely to stand up for someone being bullied now? Why?Are you less likely to get into a fight now? Why?Did the presentation make you think about things differently? If so what?If you can ask the presenter anything, what would it be?If you would have a message to you fellow students after the presentation, what would it be?What do you remember most about the presentation?What surprised you the most about what you learned in the presentation?Would you like the presentation to come back or continue?What subject matter was not covered by the presentation, which you hope will be covered next time?What subject that was covered do you wish had more time spent on it?Do you wish other student in your school could see this presentation?How would you make this presentation more relevant to your life?Do you think your survival chances are better or worse after the presentation?Would you like to email or tweet any comments to YouthAlert! (YA!) about the presentation?Will this presentation change anything?Is the presentation on the right track or wrong track? If so why?Do you now think that adults and youth now need to work together equally to reduce violence andbullying?YouthAlert! (YA!) 859.494.3677 Voice 859.233.1999 Faxwww.youthalert.us [email protected] Page 1 of 1

YA!YouthAlert (YA!) Violence & Bullying Prevention/Health ProgramQuiz – 20 Multiple Choice Questions (Circle One)NameTeacher GradeDate1. Violence is:very, very, bad painfunhappens only to other peoplesometimes works2. Attitude is Everything:if you’re toughwhen you ignore peopleif your attitude is kindnessif people respect you3. My First Purpose is:to have funto do well in schoolto make friendsto survive my youth4. All People are Equal Because:It’s what adults believeno one has a special view or angleIt’s what kids believepeople are not equal5. Bullying is:necessary sometimescan’t be stoppedonly when someone hits youforever6. You Should Always Recognize:a true choicethat you don’t always have choicesthat you have no choicechoice is only for some people7. Most People are Already:violentpeacefulmeanhappy8. The Rule of Violence:you get away with violence sometimesonly men do violenceonly criminals do violencedoing violence brings violence to you9. You are a Youth Until you:graduate High Schoolhave a boyfriend/girlfriendare 24 years of ageget into a fight10. Violence is Only Allowed When:they had it comingI do itsomeone insults meit’s real

64. Survive and Thrive 65. Teamwork 66. Attitude 67.Attitude - Stress 68.Attitude - Kindness 69.Attitude - Kindness Practice 70.Principle Sharpening Test 71.PST - Truth, Fairness, and Honesty 72.Justified Violence 73.Self Defense 74.We the Jury 75.How Not to be a Victim of Violence

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