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close this bookSchool Health Education to Prevent AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) : Students' Activities (UNESCO - WHO, 1994, 79 p.)
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close this folderUnit 1: Basic Knowledge on HIV/AIDS/STD
View the documentHIV/AIDS/STD - Basic questions and answers
View the documentLooking into AIDS
View the documentHIV, AIDS, STD - What do they mean?
View the documentHow a person gets HIV*
View the documentYou can’t get AIDS by...
View the documentWhat do you believe?
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View the documentWhat is your risk?
close this folderAre you at risk?
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View the documentProtect yourself against AIDS
View the documentDear Doctor Sue
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View the documentWhat happens with HIV infection?
View the documentHow do you know if you have HIV/AIDS?
View the documentTesting for HIV
View the documentTest: What you know...about testing
View the documentAIDS help - Who? Where?
View the documentYou be the doctor
View the documentAre you a responsible person?
close this folderUnit 2: Responsible Behaviour: Delaying Sex
View the documentReasons to say NO
close this folderTo delay or not to delay
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View the document“Lines” and more “lines”
View the documentGuidelines: Help to delay sex
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View the documentAffection without sex?
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View the documentAm I assertive?
View the documentWho’s assertive?
View the documentAssertive messages
View the documentYour assertive message (class)
View the documentYour assertive message (individual)
View the documentResponding to persuasion (demonstration)
View the documentResponding to persuasion (class activity)
View the documentResponding to persuasion (individual)
View the documentYou decide
View the documentDealing with threats and violence
View the documentBeing assertive every day
close this folderUnit 3: Responsible Behaviour: Protected Sex
View the documentThe condom
View the documentArguments people use against using condoms
View the documentHow to use a condom (explanation/demonstration)
View the documentCondom practice
View the documentNo to unprotected sex (demonstration)
View the documentNo to unprotected sex (class participation)
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close this folderUnit 4: Care and Support
View the documentWho discriminates?
View the documentThe story of two communities
View the documentWhy compassion?
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View the documentHow to’s of caregiving
View the documentHow to keep yourself safe
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View the documentCompassion, tolerance and support


A resource package for curriculum planners

Students’ Activities

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