Lessons for Pregnancy

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  • Family Planning - Birth Defects - … Standard 7 Objective 2 Explain the human reproductive process, infertility, pregnancy, and steps that lead to a healthy lifestyle. Materials: Attachments … prevent birth defects. Identify problems that are associated with pregnancy: toxemia, ectopic pregnancy and stillbirth, spontaneous abortion. Healthy lifestyle and birth defect …
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  • Stages of Prenatal Development - … 90 minutes. to prepare and have a safe and enjoyable pregnancy. Main Curriculum Tie: Child Development Standard 20.0102-03 Objective … occur during the three trimesters of pregnancy. 3. Students will list symptoms or signs of pregnancy. Instructional Procedures: Introduction: Have the students …
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  • Freedom of Expression in Special Places - … the two pages contained one story on student experiences with pregnancy and another story about the impact of divorce on students … substantial disorder in school. There was no evidence that the pregnancy article would show administration agreement with the sexual norms expressed … the age and maturity of the readers, especially since teenage pregnancy occurs in every high school in the United States. School …
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  • How Did You Learn About Sex? - … far more likely than their white counterparts to have unplanned pregnancies and contract sexually transmitted diseases." The article notes, Nationwide, one … students as young as 11 on topics like anatomy, puberty, pregnancy and the risks of unprotected sex, the focus was to … teach them about safe sex in the hopes of reducing pregnancy, disease and dropouts. Students: Tell us what you think about …
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  • Reading Club | Sex Ed - … collection of teaching materials and resources about sex and teenage pregnancy. Also related, see this post on The Times's Motherlode … generation, it has been known that the number of teen pregnancies have been decreasing each year. So even if we were … that that may be the reason for so many teen pregnancies and sexual diseases. The teenagers are not informed formally and …
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  • Should the Morning-After Pill Be Sold Over the Counter to People Under 17? - … after unprotected sex, the pill halves the chances of a pregnancy.) What do you think of this decision? Read more about … after unprotected sex, the pill halves the chances of a pregnancy. Ms. Sebelius's decision on an emotional issue that touches … related collection of resources on Adolescent Health | Sex and Teenage Pregnancy
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  • Teen Moms... Adult Dads - … information accordingly. II. OBJECTIVES 1. 2. 3. III. Students will pregnancy. Students will Students will welfare, and understand how difficult life … activity should be taught to teens by the school. 9. Pregnancy avoidance should be taught to teens by the school. 10 … (1994) say they became pregnant by adult men. Ohio youth pregnancy counselors say some teenage girls gravitate to adult men because …
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  • Decision-Making - Lesson 1 - … . Have students label the two extra marks as follows: 1 = pregnancy. 2=STI. Some students may refuse to write these down … fit into your planned lifeline? In the case of teen pregnancy, what other goals would likely have to be cancelled, altered … lessons dealing with sexual decision making, sexual intercourse or adolescent pregnancy. 4 Advocates for Youth. (2007). Teaching Abstinence as a Part …
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  • Studying Contraception - Lesson 1 - … is the only sure way of avoiding the risk of pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases. Postponement of initial sexual activity, adherence … eliminates the risk of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) or unplanned pregnancy. This is only true if the definition includes eliminating any … genital, genital to genital or body fluid to genital contact. Pregnancy can occur without intercourse if sperm is ejaculated near the …
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  • Safer Sex - Lesson 1 - … is the only sure way of avoiding the risk of pregnancy or sexually transmitted infections (STI). “Safer” sex practices are included … % safe sexual behaviour. Any form of sexual contact includes risk. Pregnancy can occur without intercourse if sperm is ejaculated near the … ? ? Possible consequences include exposure to an STI and/or /HIV, pregnancy, and emotional impacts. 3. What are some “safer” sex practices …
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