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Students read a story and related their experiences to it. Using the text, they discuss the potential health risks to the character if he would have made another decision. Using the internet, they analyze and interpret various amounts...
Eighth graders recongize the difference between HIV and AIDS. They explore how one finds out they have the disease and their treatment options. They discuss risky and safe behaviors when dealing with HIV or AIDS.
Eighth graders research human sexuality by completing a sexual health worksheet. In this HIV lesson, 8th graders define AIDS and list the ways it can be transmitted from human to human. Students assess their own risk and complete study...
Learners view a video on AIDS, HIV and the ways in which HIV is spread. They discuss ways to avoid contracting HIV and participate in a simulation that shows the growth of a communicable disease.
Students complete a role-play activity based upon conflict management. In this bully intervention instructional activity, students identify the appropriate steps to take when encountering a bully. Students read a poem about a bully and...
Students identify bullying behavior. In this conflict management lesson, students discuss their responsibility to report bullying and the 5 steps for a bully intervention. Students read a story about a bully and discuss the appropriate...
Young scholars research human health by identifying sexual awareness. In this sexual behavior lesson, students identify abstinence and consider if it is something they should participate in. Young scholars research the different types of...
High schoolers examine the characteristics of HIV and AIDS. They identify the liquids in which the disease is found and how it can be transmitted. They examine healthy behaviors to keep them from getting the disease.
Ninth graders identify characteristics of alcoholism, resources available to them and their family within the community and school, and look at strategies to help them increase safety and anger management strategies too.
Students watch videos to discover the amount of physical activity in film and television. They present their findings to the class after viewing a film. They discuss how perceptions in films can influence young people.
Eighth graders discuss making the wrong decisions because of peer pressure and the consequences of those actions. As a class, they identify the positive and negative consequences based on a variety of scenerios. To end the lesson, they...
Seventh graders are read the story "EMS Code Blue" and asked to share what they would do in the different situations. As a class, they discuss the importance of getting help for mental or social problems and are given a list of resources...
Students participate in a class discussion about wildfire and urban interfaces as well as risk of wildfire in the area in which they live. After reviewing a wildfire/urban interface fire safety checklist, a walking field trip is...
Young scholars collaborate in order to brainstorm and record their definitions for the terms cause and effect. They participate in a science experiment where they use vinegar and baking soda, they record their observations and discuss...
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