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Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), Day 3: HIV/AIDS - Its Impact on People
7th - 10th
High schoolers watch a video in which sixteen young people talk about how their lives have been changed by having HIV. So many people have the attitude that it will never happen to them, but no one is immune to this disease. Hopefully...
“Health Promotion and Disease Prevention: HIV/AIDS”
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
These activities and instructional handouts will help your learners to understand not only the causes, transmission, and prevention of HIV/AIDS, but also gain a deeper understanding of the chain of infection when diseases are spread.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Day 2: HIV/AIDS - Understanding the Disease
7th - 10th
One lesson in a series on sexually transmitted diseases, this activity is a good review about HIV/AIDS. Five main points in this lesson direct small groups of learners to read and present their information. They will need to make a...
The Black Death and HIV/AIDS: Which is the Worse Plague?
8th - 12th
Exploring the similarities and differences between the Black Death and HIV/AIDS, students write persuasive essays answering which is the "worse plague." This cross-curricular activity between Language Arts and Social Studies addresses...
HIV and Flu -- The Vaccine Strategy
21 mins 9th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
What is the biggest threat to a mass number of humans? Not natural disasters, but rather, pandemics! With a lecture and slide show, the speaker discusses how medical technology in the form of vaccines is bringing an end to suffering and...
Sequencing the Stages: Understanding H.I.V. Infection at the Molecular Level
7th - 12th CCSS: Designed
How does HIV operate at the molecular level? Pupils discover the progression from a healthy immune cell to one infected with HIV, watch an animation of the HIV life cycle, and finally identify each of the stages with illustrations on...
Solutions or Impossibilities? HIV Prevention for African Children
6th - 12th
Young scholars analyze maps for clues as to why students and mothers in both urban and rural areas of Africa may not fight HIV the same way as those in wealthier countries. They write an essay outlining solutions to the AIDS epidemic.