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Students receive factual knowledge from competent individuals on the various methods of pregnancy prevention. They improve their self-esteem and determine how to be assertive when communicating with others. They realize that premature parenthood has an impact on their future lives.
Students discover life science by identifying the reproductive process. In this pregnancy lesson, students read text which discusses the responsibility required to create a child as well as the economical and social means to raise one. Students answer study questions regarding pregnancy prevention and contraception use.
Dispel the many myths and misunderstandings for teens regarding pregnancy. Health students discuss the reproductive system, how conception occurs, and review new information through an excellent in-class game. Some wonderful blackline masters, extension activities, and the materials needed to play "The Pregnancy Game," are included in this well-designed plan.
Middle schoolers consider the implications of teen pregnancy. For this personal health lesson, students discuss how mothers prepare for pregnancy physically and financially. Middle schoolers compare their daily routines to those of young mothers and discuss how teen pregnancy would alter their lives.
Students observe life science by completing a class activity. In this sexual health lesson, students identify the newest contraceptive devices and discuss the improvements being made to STD and pregnancy prevention. Students collaborate in groups and conduct a scavenger hunt based on sexual health information.
Students with mild to moderate disabilities discuss human reproduction and the importance of preventing pregnancy. They review reproductive anatomy, sexual decision making, and what birth control is. The lesson concludes with a vocabulary game to help solidify concept understanding. A note to the care provider, game pieces, and handouts are included.
Students are introduced to the views on sexuality in the United States. In groups, they research data from five countries and compare them with the United States. Using the information, they develop reasons why the teenage pregnancy rate is higher in the US than other countries. To end the lesson, they compare and contrast the negative and positive images they view about sexuality on a daily basis.