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An entire packet of reading passages, critical thinking questions, graphic organizers, and web links is here for the taking. Here is a 12 page activity focused on document analysis, reading comprehension, and critical thinking, related to US government and politics during the 1800s.
Saying no to sex means an individual has the power to decide when he/she is ready to engage in the act, on his/her own terms. Pupils discuss waiting until they are married to have sex, what sexual values are, and how to say no to sexual peer pressure. Note: This lesson does have a bias toward waiting till marriage.
A fliud exchange activity using pipettes/droppers to exchange fluids with at least 3 people. your students are advised not to spill any liquid. Droppers are collected in a large beaker, and students return to desks while holding tubes. the goal is to see how many of the test tubes were "infected" from one unknown contaminated tube at the beginning.
Ninth graders gain an understanding of AIDS/HIV. In this AIDS/HIV lesson, 9th graders draw numbers and take turns in the discussion circle. Students research a list of vocabulary words on the Internet and make flash cards, word searches or crossword puzzles. Students also discuss myths and misconceptions about AIDS/HIV.
What are healthy friendships? What makes a friendship unhealthy? There are several worksheets for your high schoolers to do to answer some of these questions and more about their friends and ideas about friendship. Inspire some great conversations with your class, who will definitely have something to say about the topic.