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NTI-TRAFFICKING EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM

The following was written by Amy L. Sebes in conjunction with IOM beneficiaries and is an example of the type of curriculum prepared by the IOM for the Albanian Institute for Pedagogical Studies and currently being used in targeted middle and high schools in Albania.

Andrew P. Guth, a U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer, adapted Amy's curriculum for use in the Philippines. He collected True Stories and made other changes appropriate for the local culture. Andrew has been successful in educating Filipino women and girls using his adapted curriculum, and we encourage others to make similar use of this curriculum.

These lessons are based on the following educational principles:

 

1. Discussion is better than lecture.

2. Real stories are better than impersonal facts and statistics.

3. Students learn more in small groups.

 

Last Year of Middle School

 

Lesson Plan #1: Teaching Trafficking from a Human Rights Perspective

Lesson Plan #2: Teaching Trafficking via Attitudes Toward Women

Lesson Plan #3: Teaching Trafficking in Small Groups

Lesson Plan #4: Assessment of Attitudes

Lesson Plan #5: Greater Understanding/Free Discussion

Lesson Plan #6: Ideas for Prevention

High School

 

Lesson Plan #1: Introduction to the Problem of Human Trafficking

Lesson Plan #2: Assessment of Attitudes

Lesson Plan #3: Greater Understanding/Free Discussion

Lesson Plan #4: Ideas for Prevention

 

Questionnaire

 

Middle School and High School Handouts

(Copies should be made of the following pages and given to students as handouts to take home.)

 

Considering Work Abroad?

Considering a Marriage Proposal?

Lies vs. Reality

Helpful Information

True Stories

 

 

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