Resources for Teachers

Teachers Resource Guide (Bilingual)
A Feature of the 2019 Purple Ribbon Campaign

Again this year, the Purple Ribbon Campaign has produced a resource guide for PEI teachers. The guide includes bilingual handouts for students about what it means to support survivors of violence, especially survivors of sexual assault. The guides also include resources on consent and healthy relationships.

Resources for teachers focus on commemorating 30 years since the Montreal Massacre and also highlight resources and opportunities for teachers thanks to the Premier’s Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention. The resource guides provide teachers with links to the curriculum outcomes for Grades 7–9 Social Studies, Grade 9 Health, and high-school Family Life.

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Handouts for Students | Documents à distribuer aux étudiants et étudiantes

  • Multilingual Poster | Affiche multilingue
  • Resource: Support Survivors | Ressource: Appui aux survivantes
  • What is a healthy relationship? (Daisy) | Qu’est-ce qu’une relation saine? (Marguerite)
  • Consent is … | Le consentement c’est …
  • Ways youth can help end violence | Les jeunes peuvent aider à mettre fin à la violence
  • 30 Years since the Montreal Massacre| 30 ans après la tuerie de Montréal

Resources for Teachers | Ressources fournis aux enseignants et enseignantes

  • Remembering the Montreal Massacre | Commémoration de la tuerie de Montréal
  • Curriculum Connections (English only):
    • Grade 7 Social Studies
    • Grades 8 and 9 Social Studies
    • Grade 9 Health
    • Family Living 621 and Family Life 421A
  • Final report link: National Inquiry on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women | Lien au rapport final de l’Enquête nationale sur les femmes et les filles autochtones disparues et assassinées
  • Be Part of the Conversation: Creating Consent Culture | Prends part à la conversation : Créons une culture de consentement
  • The “Microphone” Project | Le project « Microphone »