Sexuality Told by Romeo and Juliet (SLE) (Secondary 1-2-3)
The Montréal Science Centre has conceived two Situations of Learning and Evaluation (SLE) linked to the Sex: A Tell-All Exhibition!*. These situations, proposed within the framework of an interdisciplinary project, offer to teachers a unique opportunity to approach the sexuality subject with their pupils and to think about this mysterious dimension of teenager’s life.
Mainly, the project consists in writing a contemporary story about Romeo and Juliet. With the help of this imaginary story, teens have to integrate different aspects of sexuality from birth to adulthood, and be able to explain to other youth specific scientific contents.
*The exhibition is currently on tour; however, the educational tools are available for teachers and can be used without visiting the exhibition.
Educational tools - Teaching guide and student files
These tools were created for Sex: A Tell-All Exhibition! However, they can be used without visiting the exhibition.
To accompany students from Secondary 1-2-3, the Montréal Science Centre has conceived two Situations of Learning and Evaluation (SLE), based on Sex: A Tell-All Exhibition! These situations allow teachers to realize an interdisciplinary project with their pupils on the sexuality theme. The project begins at school and continues at the Montréal Science Centre with the visit of the exhibition where adolescents are invited to follow an interactive course punctuated with questions.
Sex: A Tell-all Exhibition