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“Health Promotion and Disease Prevention: HIV/AIDS”

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.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Classroom Considerations

  • There are several activities in this lesson that would only be appropriate for more mature learners. Ensure that your class members are ready to participate respectfully throughout the lesson
Pros

  • All activity handouts included as individual resources (see included materials)
  • Includes useful teaching tips and links to other online resources
Cons

  • Lesson can feel disjointed at points, as some activities may require more discussion and clarification than is prescribed
Included Materials

  • "Sample: Participation Permission Letter"
  • “Handout: HIV/AIDS Pre- and Post-Assessment Survey”
  • “Handout: HIV/AIDS Pre- and Post-Assessment Answer Sheet”
  • "Handout: How Diseases Are Spread"
  • "Handout: Memory Game"
  • “Overhead: Chain of Infection”
  • "Handout: HIV/AIDS Fact Sheet"
  • "Handout: Chain of Event Cards"
  • "Handout: HIV/AIDS High-Risk Survey"
  • "Overhead: Steps in Responsible Decision-Making"
  • "Handout: Scenarios to Practice Decision-Making Skills"
  • "HIV/AIDS: The Preventable Epidemic"
  • "Handout: Guidelines for PowerPoint Presentation"
  • “Step Sheet: Creating an HIV/AIDS PowerPoint Presentation”

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