Students might be required to conduct interviews with those people in the community dealing with domestic violence on a routine basis (i.e.
police officers, domestic violence agencies, battered women's shelter employees, hospital employees dealing with abuse, etc.) About the Author: Judy Terando has taught Physical Education and Health since 1965, focusing on bringing technology into the classroom and spurring student creativity.
Depending on how many students are in a team, the tasks can be broken down so that each student is in charge of one or more.
Students are first introduced to the key concepts surrounding teen dating violence.
Each team is responsible for researching their topic, writing their own informational content, locating graphics and background images, and coding the material into HTML.
"Dating Violence Detectives" Estimated Time of Completion: Four or five 50-minute periods I. (Note: limiting each team to one Web page will make it easier to link them together into a cohesive site.) One group will also be responsible for creating the homepage and navigation bar.
Divide the class into teams that will each create one page apiece for one or more of the topics discussed.
The class can be divided into teams, with each team being responsible for a section of the Web site. Objectives: Option 1: Students view the PBS In the Mix video "Twisted Love: Dating Violence Exposed," followed by a discussion of the important points covered in the video.