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    Muayad Abdulaziz  A.
    YE
    Muayad Abdulaziz A.

    Good course

    Kulani Abner N.
    ZA
    Kulani Abner N.

    Begin the class with a discussion of domestic violence. Remind learners that: a. Domestic violence is a pattern of abusive and threatening behaviours inside of a family, a household, or within a romantic, sexual or dating relationship, including marriage. b. Domestic violence takes a number of forms, including physical, emotional, verbal, financial and sexual abuse. c. An abuser uses domestic abuse to hold power and control over the other person. d. Domestic violence is most often used by men against their intimate partners. e. Perpetrators and victims of domestic violence come from all cultural, socio-economic, religious and educational backgrounds. f. Children within abusive households are victims of domestic violence too, even when they don’t witness the violence, or aren’t attacked themselves. g. Children are NOT responsible for the violence, and can NOT stop it. Explain that children are often in physical and emotional danger when they live in an abusive household. It is therefore important to teach them how they can be safe. A safety plan is an important tool for ensuring children’s safety because it can help them know where they should go if they are in danger and need help. Ask learners to brainstorm things that a child might want to know if they 5 PROCEDURE Begin the class with a discussion of domestic violence. Remind learners that: a. Domestic violence is a pattern of abusive and threatening behaviours inside of a family, a household, or within a romantic, sexual or dating relationship, including marriage. b. Domestic violence takes a number of forms, including physical, emotional, verbal, financial and sexual abuse. c. An abuser uses domestic abuse to hold power and control over the other person. d. Domestic violence is most often used by men against their intimate partners. e. Perpetrators and victims of domestic violence come from all cultural, socio-economic, religious and educational backgrounds. f. Children within abusive households are victims of domestic violence too, even when they don’t witness the violence, or aren’t attacked themselves. g. Children are NOT responsible for the violence, and can NOT stop it. Explain that children are often in physical and emotional danger when they live in an abusive household. It is therefore important to teach them how they can be safe. A safety plan is an important tool for ensuring children’s safety because it can help them know where they should go if they are in danger and need help. Ask learners to brainstorm things that a child might want to know if they are in a violent situation. EXPECT ANSWERS LIKE: • The telephone number for SAPS (10111). • Who they can phone for help. • Whether they can phone family members for help. • The phone number of an aunt/older sibling. • Who is the closest person they can go to for help. • Where they can go so that their mother/caregiver will be able to find them again. Control Domestic violence Intimate partner Perpetrator Power Safety plan Victim Chapter 9: Domestic Violence | Exercise 3 A critical aspect of developing a safety plan is to recognise what the child is actually capable of doing, and then making a plan based on that. A fiveyear- old child may not be able to dial a phone, or unlock a door to escape. Remind learners that it is also essential to take the situation at home into account. There is no use in planning for a child to phone for help if the only phone in the home is kept by the victim or the perpetrator, if that phone usually doesn’t have any airtime, or if the house has only one room and the perpetrator would hear the child making the call. One can also not expect a young child to stay in his/her room for hours while the violent incident plays out. Understanding the environment is critical. Ask learners to brainstorm some of the things a child can do as part of a safety plan if they find themselves in a violent situation.

    Miller J.
    GH
    Miller J.

    IS GOOD

    Miller J.
    GH
    Miller J.

    is good

    Miller J.
    GH
    Miller J.

    IS GOOD

    Emmanuel A.
    NG
    Emmanuel A.

    The key duty holders is a very interesting topic.

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