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Content Compairison Between Peer-to-Peer Presentation and Current Saline High School Health Curriculum
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Abstinence Presentation
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Core Messages:Peer PresentationCurrent Health Curriculum.
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Abstinence is defined by an individual and means different things to different people. It's important to know what abstinence means to you.xx
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It's the only method of birth control, HIV and STD prevention that is 100% effective.xx
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It is important to discuss one's definitions of sex and abstinence with partners and parents.xx
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Reasons teens have sexx +x
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Reasons teens waitx +x
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Defining Abstinence Activity - Students personal definition (on paper) alternatives to sex. Discussion about communication and personal definitions. x +x
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HIV/AIDS Presentation
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Core messagesPeer PresentationCurrent Health Curriculum.
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HIV is spread through oral, vaginal or anal intercourse, blood sharing and mother to baby.xx
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Many people do not show the symptoms of HIV/AIDS and don't know they are infected with HIV. As a result, it is not possible to tell by looking as someone whether or not they have HIV/AIDS.xx
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There are many ways to prevent getting HIV.xx
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Community resources are available for HIV testing.xx
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Difference between HIV & AIDSxx
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Transmission fluidsxx
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Identifying No Risk, Low Risk & High Risk Behaviors - It's not who you are but what you do that puts you at risk. xx
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HIV Testing Information - Types of testing and what it entails, where one can get tested, how often. xx
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Healthy Relationships & Consent Presentation
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Core messagesPeer PresentationCurrent Health Curriculum.
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Define and discuss consent; participants will gain a better understanding of what consent is and how to practice itxx
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Breakdown healthy relationships so that participants are able to identify what constitutes a health relationships; this includes a discussion regarding abuse and unhealthy relationshipxx
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What is consent, what isn't consentxx
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Laws of consent in Michigan xx
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Consent Scenariosxx
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Healthy Relationship Bill of Rights - Qualities of a relationship we all have a right to (fairness, negotiation, respect, honesty, trust, care)xx
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Unhealthy Relationships - Teen Power & Control Wheelxx
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Unhealthy Relationships in the mediaxFPL
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"Survivor" vs. "Victim" - The power of languagex
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Contraceptive Methods Presentation
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Core messagesPeer PresentationCurrent Health Curriculum.
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Identifies the key advantages, possible problems and effectiveness rates (when used correctly and consistently) of different contraceptive methodsxx
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Identifies which contraceptives protect against STDs and which have no protection against STDsxx
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The Contraceptive Chart with above information (SAME CHART CURRENTLY USED IN HEALTH CLASS) xx
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Visual of contraceptives xFPL/Parenting
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Anatomy Presentation
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Core messagesPeer PresentationCurrent Health Curriculum.
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Know your normal – every person's body is different, it's important to be familiar with your reproductive anatomy to gain comfort and understanding of one's sexual body.x
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Whether you're a man or a woman, your body is MADE to create pregnancies, regardless of how much you may/may not want to be pregnant (or get someone pregnant).x
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Don't be afraid to say it! – as a society, we've created TONS of slang words to talk about our reproductive anatomy. It’s time we all started using proper, medically-accurate terms.
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Female and male anatomy terms and definitions x
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Charts/PPT displaying F&M anatomy & physiology x
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LGBTQ+ Presentation
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Core messagesPeer PresentationCurrent Health Curriculum.
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Identify and define the various identity-terms used by members of the LGBTQ community.x
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Breakdown the concept of "sexual orientation" into attraction, behavior, identity; be able to differentiate between them.x
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Relate the health disparities faced by most LGBTQ youth to the broader movement for LGBTQ equality and justice.x
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LGBTQ terms and definitions matching activityx
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Genderbread Person - Gender identity, gender expression, biological sex, sexual orientationx
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3 concepts related to secual orientation: Attraction, Behavior & Identity (Also part of Genderbread Person)x
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Self reflection to above informationx
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Michigan Youth Risk Behavior Survey Statisticsx
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What it's like to be LGBTQ in schools (statistics on the safety & mental health of LGBTQ youth)x
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Pair-Share-Reflection - Student's responses to the above datax
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LGBTQ Facts Walk-around activity: Students observe the statistics on posters around the room and reflectx
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Key: x covered by presenter FPL = Covered in Family & Personal Living Class (elective)
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x+ covered to greater extent P = Covered in Parenting Class (elective)
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