Choosing the Best Life

January 18, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: Science, Health Science, Immunology
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Sex, Emotions and Self-respect

LESSON ONE

Turn to page 6 in your student manual. As you watch the video, record your responses to each question.

Page 5

Guys vs. Girls

LESSON ONE

Take a moment to record responses to the discussion questions on page 6.

1. How do guys and girls sometimes view sex differently? 2. Guys – What would you like girls to better understand about guys? 3. Girls – What would you like guys to understand about girls?

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Guys and Girls Can View Sex Differently GUYS

LESSON ONE

GIRLS



1. Having sex does not necessarily mean there is a personal relationship.



2. Expect sex to occur sooner when in any type of relationship.

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3. Report more love and commitment toward sexual partners. 4. More likely to have had first sex in a less than serious relationship.



5. Reasons given for having first sexual intercourse include: “being turned on”, “curious”, “to impress friends.”

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6. More likely to feel pressure from their partner to have sex.

7. First sexual experience left them feeling less pleasure and satisfaction.

Page 7

3 Ways Sex is Misused to Meet Emotional Needs

LESSON ONE

1. Acceptance 2. Man 3. Valued DISCUSSION: Why do you think that 66% of sexually active tens reported that they wished they had waited longer before having sex? ________________________________________________

Misusing sex to meet emotional needs leads to Disappointment __________________________ Page 7 (cont.)

Six Possible Emotional Consequences of Teen Sex

LESSON ONE

Please refer to page 8 in your student manual. As you discuss the possible emotional consequences of teen sex, please fill in the chart.

Page 8

Antonio and Kendra

LESSON ONE

For the story of Antonio and Kendra, please refer to page 9 in your student manual.

Page 9

Sex and Self-respect

LESSON ONE

Please refer to page 10 in your student manual. As you discuss the questions, write the answers in your book. Be prepared to complete the homework assignment and parent/guardian interviews as assigned.

Page 10

Sex, Alcohol and Respect

LESSON TWO

Turn to page 12 in your student manual. As you watch the video, record your responses to each question. Page 11

Sex and Alcohol Don’t Mix

LESSON TWO LESSON TWO

Take a moment to record responses to the discussion questions on page 12.

1. What effect does alcohol have on young people? 2. Why do you think some teens drink alcohol? 3. What are some of the risks of “hooking up” under the influence of alcohol? Page 12

What Do You Know About “Date Rape”?

LESSON TWO LESSON TWO

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1.

Rape occurs when one person forces another person to have sex.

T

2.

Female adolescents are at high risk for becoming victims of rape.

T

3.

In eight out of ten rape cases the victim knew the perpetrator.

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4.

Victims of sexual abuse should never tell anyone what has happened to them.

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5.

The victim usually shares in the blame of the rape.

6.

Rape is an act of violence rather than an act of sex.

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7.

Date rape drugs, such as rohypnol (“roofies”), make the victim lose inhibitions and even consciousness.

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8.

“Date rape” drugs have a strong taste and odor.

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9.

Rape is a crime and punishable by imprisonment.

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10.

If someone makes you feel uncomfortable, it’s best not to be alone with that person.

Page 13

How Alcohol Affects A Young Person

LESSON TWO LESSON TWO

Fill in the blanks with the correct answers. 1. Brain 2. Memory 3. Death 4. Inhibitions 5. Unconsciousness 6. Sex 7. Four 8. Alcohol 9. 50 to 75 percent 10. Unplanned Page 14

The Physical Effects of Alcohol Abuse

LESSON TWO LESSON TWO

Fill in the blanks with the correct answers. BRAIN: MENTAL AND NEUROLOGICAL: HEART: DIGESTIVE TRACT: IMMUNE SYSTEM: STOMACH: LIVER: REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM:

Learning Coordination Attack Cancer Infections Ulcers Cancer Impotence; Irregular

Page 15

Sex and Respect

LESSON TWO

Please refer to page 16 in your student manual. As you discuss the questions, write the answers in your book. Be prepared to complete the homework assignment and parent/guardian interviews as assigned.

Page 16

Sex, STDs, and Honesty

LESSON THREE

Turn to page 18 in your student manual. As you watch the video, record your responses to each question. Page 17

A Visit to a Microbiology Lab

LESSON THREE

Take a moment to record responses to the discussion questions on page 18.

1. How can you tell if a person has a sexually transmitted disease (STD)? 2. Why are most teenagers not concerned about getting an STD? 3. What are some of the most common sexually transmitted diseases?

Page 18

Chlamydia: The Silent Disease

LESSON THREE

Word Bank Bacterial

Oral

Infertile

PID

No

1.5 million

3 to 5

Cured

Fill in the blanks with the correct answers. Page 19

Gonorrhea: One of the Oldest STDs

LESSON THREE

Word Bank 650,000

Oral

HIV

50 No

PID

Fill in the blanks with the correct answers. Page 20

LESSON THREE

Syphilis and Trichomoniasis

Word Bank

Parasite

Bacterial No

Cured Oral Death Cured

Sore

Direct

Fill in the blanks with the correct answers. Page 21

LESSON THREE

Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)

Word Bank

No

43 Percent

Oral

Die Genital

50 Percent

Pap

Viral

Cancer

HPV

Fill in the blanks with the correct answers. Page 22

LESSON THREE

Genital Herpes

Word Bank Skin-to-skin

Life

Not

90 percent

Viral

Visual 45

Blisters

Fill in the blanks with the correct answers. Page 23

LESSON THREE

STDs – An Epidemic Fill in the blanks with the correct answers. Word Bank 457 65 million

15 million

No

8

Multiple

25

10, 959

Cervix

4 million

Please refer to page 24 in your student manual for the activity, “How STDs are Spread”. Page 24

LESSON THREE

What About “Safe Sex”? Fill in the blanks with the correct answers. Word Bank Half

Condom

8 5

15 Percent Not

every

HPV Fluids

correctly

15 Break

Skin-to-skin 50

Abstinence provides the only 100% protection against contracting an STD. _________________ Page 25

Sex and Honest

LESSON THREE

Please refer to page 26 in your student manual. As you discuss the questions, write the answers in your book. Be prepared to complete the homework assignment and parent/guardian interviews as assigned.

Page 26

Sex, Pregnancy, and Responsibility

LESSON FOUR

Turn to page 28 in your student manual. As you watch the video, record your responses to each question. Page 27

Nicole and Raoul

LESSON FOUR LESSON ONE

Take a moment to record responses to the discussion questions on page 28.

1. How did getting pregnant affect Nicole’s life? 2. How did the pregnancy affect Raoul’s life? 3. What happened to their relationship after the baby was born? Why?

Page 28

Teen Pregnancy

LESSON FOUR

Fill in the blanks with the correct answers. Teen pregnancy is a significant problem. STATEMENT 1: highest STATEMENT 2: 820,000; one-third (31%)

Who suffers the consequences? STATEMENT 1: STATEMENT 2: STATEMENT 3: STATEMENT 4:

one-third health poverty low Page 29

Reducing the Risk of Teen Pregnancy

LESSON FOUR

Please refer to the contraceptive method chart on page 30 in your student manual.

Page 30

Choices and Consequences

LESSON FOUR

Please refer page 31 in your student manual. As you discuss choices and consequences with the class, fill in the chart.

Page 31

Sex and Responsibility

LESSON FOUR

Please refer to page 32 in your student manual. As you discuss the questions, write the answers in your book. Be prepared to complete the homework assignment and parent/guardian interviews as assigned.

Page 32

Sex, HIV/AIDS and Compassion

LESSON FIVE

Turn to page 34 in your student manual. As you watch the video, record your responses to each question. Page 33

A Life-Changing Visit to an AIDS Clinic

LESSON FIVE

Take a moment to record responses to the discussion questions on page 34.

1. What was Lisa’s experience with HIV/AIDS? What did she mean when she encouraged the students to “just hold off”? 2. What was Dottie’s experience with HIV/AIDS? 3. Do teenagers need to be concerned about contracting HIV/AIDS? Page 34

What Happens If You Contract HIV?

LESSON FIVE

Fill in the blanks on pages 35 and 36 with the correct answers. STAGE 1 – INITIAL INFECTION: STAGE 2 – INITIAL SYMPTOMS: STAGE 3 – ASYMPTOMATIC STAGE: STAGE 4 – EARLY AIDS SYMPSTOMS: STAGE 5 - AIDS: STAGE 6 - TREATMENT:

Sexual Not Many Immune Opportunistic no

Pages 35 and 36

Ten Common Myths

LESSON FIVE

Please refer page 37 in your student manual. As you discuss common myths associated with HIV/AIDS, please correct the sentences to make them true.

Page 37

Compassion

LESSON FIVE

Please refer to page 38 in your student manual. As you discuss the questions, write the answers in your book. Be prepared to complete the homework assignment and parent/guardian interviews as assigned.

Page 38

Sex, Love, and Choices

LESSON SIX

Turn to page 40 in your student manual. As you watch the video, record your responses to each question. Page 39

Choosing Abstinence

LESSON SIX

Take a moment to record responses to the discussion questions on page 40.

1. Why are these teenagers choosing abstinence? 2. Why are teenagers who have been sexually active choosing to stop and become “secondary virgins”? Turn to page 33 in your student manual. As you 3. How does beingrecord abstinent help ato each watch the video, your responses question. relationship develop? Page 40

Decisions About Sex

LESSON SIX

Please refer to page 41 in your student manual. As you discuss the the reasons teens decide to and not to have sex, write the answers in your book.

Page 41

LESSON SIX

Choosing the Best Life Take a moment to record answers on page 42.

Abstinence is making an informed decision _____to not participate in at-risk sexual behavior which includes: 1. ________________________2._______________________ 3. ________________________4._______________________

Abstinence provides From: Freedom

To:

Renewed Virginity – A Chance to Start Over STATEMENT 1: STATEMENT 2: STATEMENT 3: STATEMENT 4:

Renewed People Share Accountable Page 42

LESSON SIX

Infatuation or Love? Refer to page 43 in your student manual. Record answers on the chart provided.

Infatuation

Love

Focus

How_____feel I

How_______person feels other

Feelings

Very intense ________

Levels out over time ________

Time Together

short time Together a _______

long time Together a ______

Tested

problems No real ___________

through problems Worked _________

Commitment

my well-being To ______

other person’s well-being To ______

As you discuss the the story of Tom and Kristie on page 43, write the answers to the discussion questions in your book. Page 43

Sex and Choices

LESSON SIX

Please refer to page 44 in your student manual. As you discuss the questions, write the answers in your book. Be prepared to complete the homework assignment and parent/guardian interviews as assigned.

Page 44

Sex, Limits and Self-discipline

LESSON SEVEN

Turn to page 46 in your student manual. As you watch the video, record your responses to each question. Page 45

Dealing with Pressure

LESSON SEVEN

Take a moment to record responses to the discussion questions on page 46.

1. What pressures to be sexually active do teenagers experience? 2. What message does the media give about sex? 3. What helped these teenagers handle the pressure? Page 46

Five Sources of Pressure

LESSON SEVEN

Please refer to page 47 in your student manual. As you discuss the five sources of pressure, please fill in the chart provided.

Page 47

Becoming Pressure Proof

LESSON SEVEN

Step One: SET IT! – Set Boundaries Please refer to page 48 in your student manual to read about Jesse and Leanne. As you discuss setting boundaries, please fill in the banks. Sexual Progression

1. Progressive 2. Not Setting Your Boundaries

1. Alone 2. Parties 3. Clothes; alcohol Page 48

Becoming Pressure Proof

LESSON SEVEN

Step Two: SAY IT! – Give a Verbal Response

Please refer to page 49 in your student manual. As you discuss possible responses to the “Big Ten Lines”, please fill in the chart provided.

Page 49

Self-Discipline

LESSON SEVEN

Please refer to page 50 in your student manual. As you discuss the questions, write the answers in your book. Be prepared to complete the homework assignment and parent/guardian interviews as assigned.

Page 50

Sex, Saying “No”, and Courage

LESSON EIGHT

Turn to page 52 in your student manual. As you watch the video, record your responses to each question. Page 51

Taking a Stand

LESSON EIGHT

Take a moment to record responses to the discussion questions on page 52.

1. What specific pressure situations did these young people experience? 2. What helped them handle these pressure situations? 3. It is possible to tell someone “no” and still communicate that you care for him/her? How? Page 52

Becoming Pressure-Proof

LESSON EIGHT

Step Three: SHOW IT! – Being Assertive

Please refer to page 53 in your student manual. As you discuss becoming pressure proof, please fill in the chart provided.

Page 53

Learning How to Say NO With Positive Results

LESSON EIGHT

Please refer to page 54 in your student manual to learn about YesNo-Yes and creative dating activities.

Page 54

Role-Play – “In the Heat of the Moment”

LESSON EIGHT

As you discuss the role-play, record responses to the discussion questions in your student manual.

1. How realistic was the role-play? 2. How did Alicia demonstrate her assertiveness? 3. Do you think Bryan got the message? 4. What are some other ways that Alicia could have avoided this pressure situation? Page 55

Role-Play – “Come On Over”

LESSON EIGHT

As you discuss the role-play, record responses to the discussion questions in your student manual.

1. How realistic was the role-play? 2. How did Andrew demonstrate his assertiveness? 3. Did Marissa get the message? 4. What are some other ways that Andrew could have avoided this pressure situation? Page 56

Role-Play – “No Respect”

LESSON EIGHT

As you discuss the role-play, record responses to the discussion questions in your student manual.

1. How realistic was the role-play? 2. How did Andrea demonstrate her assertiveness? 3. Did Stefan get the message? 4. What are some other ways that Andrea could have avoided this pressure situation? Page 57

Sex and Courage

LESSON EIGHT

Please refer to page 58 in your student manual. As you discuss the questions, write the answers in your book. Be prepared to complete the homework assignment and parent/guardian interviews as assigned.

Page 58

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