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Long Descriptions for Chapter Five

Long descriptions for complex figures and tables in Chapter Five of the Health Education Framework for California Public Schools, Kindergarten through Grade Twelve.

Title: Healthy Relationships

This image lists components of a healthy relationship.

A circle labeled “Healthy Relationships” is surrounded by six other circles. There is a line connecting each of the six other circles to the circle in the middle. Starting from the topmost circle and moving clockwise, the six circles are labeled as: “Respect,” “Communication,” “Support,” “Physical Affection,” “Negotiation & Compromise,” and “Honesty & Trust.”

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Title: Forms of Abuse

Six forms of abuse are identified in this image.

A circle labeled as “Forms of Abuse” is surrounded by six other circles. There is an arrow connecting each of the six other circles to the circle in the middle. Starting from the topmost circle and moving clockwise, the six circles are labeled as: “Physical,” “Emotional,” “Spiritual,” “Financial,” “Technical,” and “Sexual.”

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Title: Healthy vs. Concerning vs. Abusive Relationship Examples

This image provides examples of how different relationships might be described. There are three boxes with examples in this image under the headings: “Healthy,” “Concerning,” and “Abusive.”

In the box labeled Healthy are four examples: First, “I hang out with who I want.” Second, “I can have my own opinion.” Third, “I decide what I want to do.” Fourth, “I feel good about myself.”

In the box labeled Concerning are four examples: First, “I get permission to be with my friends.” Second, “I avoid making them mad.” Third, “I feel bad about us.” Fourth, “I am ashamed.”

In the box labeled Abusive are four examples: First, “I get threatened.” Second, “I get hit.” Third, “I am scared.” Fourth, “I am forced to do things I don’t want to do.”

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Title: Intersections of Sexual Violence

The purpose of this image is to illustrate the overlapping relationship between sex trafficking with dating violence, sexual assault, and child abuse.

The image is a Venn diagram with three overlapping large circles and one smaller circle in the middle that overlaps each of the larger circles. Moving clockwise from the top, the three large circles are labeled: “Dating Violence,” “Child Abuse,” and “Sexual Assault.” The smaller circle in the middle is labeled “Sex Trafficking.”

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Title: The Epidemiological Triangle

The image is a triangle. Reading clockwise from the top, the three points of the triangle are labeled “Host,” “Environment”, and “Agent.” Along each side of the triangle is line with arrows on each end. The arrows are pointing to and from each point on the line.

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Title: Five-Step Decision-Making Model for Grades Six through Eight

There are five square boxes separated by a right-pointing arrow to indicate the order of the steps in the decision-making process. From left to right, the boxes are labeled: “Step 1, Identify Decision,” “Step 2, Brainstorm Options,” “Step 3, Identify Possible Outcomes,” “Step 4, Make Decision,” and “Step 5, Reflect on Decision.”

In the Step 1 box is an image of two hands, each facing palms up. In one palm is the letter “A” and in the other is the letter “B” to indicate decisions to be made.

In the Step 2 box is a drawing of a person with three light bulbs over the head to indicate the person is brainstorming options.

In the Step 3 box is an image of two hands. One hand is drawn as a thumbs-up image to indicate positive outcomes. The other hand is drawn as a thumbs-down image to indicate negative outcomes.

In the Step 4 box is an image of a person walking up stairs.

In the Step 5 box is an image of a person with a cartoon-like drawing of a thought bubble to indicate the person is reflecting on the decision.

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Last Reviewed: Wednesday, April 25, 2018
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