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close this bookSchool Health Education to Prevent AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) : Handbook for Curriculum Planners (UNESCO - WHO, 1994, 88 p.)
close this folderB. Sample materials for introducing the curriculum and for teacher training
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View the document1. Checklist for focus group with students (situation assessment)
View the document2. Sample agenda for parent meeting
View the document3. Sample letter to parents
View the document4. Sample introduction to parent activities
View the document5. Sample instructions to parents
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View the document7. Peer leader training guide
View the document8. Test items for student evaluation (with correct answers)
View the document9. Needs analysis for the teacher training programme
View the document10. Three-day teacher training agenda
View the document11. Teacher satisfaction with training workshop

6. Sample questions - student to parent

We can always learn from past experiences. What your parents experienced when they were younger can be a valuable lesson for you.

1. If they are willing, interview your parents, or another adult relative, with the questions listed below.

2. Interview them separately.

3. You may only want to select certain questions to ask them.

4. Write their responses on a piece of paper.

Possible questions:

1. Who in your family/community talked to you about sex when you were young?
2. How old were you?
3. What did they tell you?
4. If nobody talked to you about sex, would you have liked them to? Why?
5. Do you think it was accurate/useful information?
6. How would you have liked to have received your sex education?
7. How old were you when you had your first boy/girlfriend?
8. What did you do when you spent time with him/her?
9. Did you think about birth control when you were young? Why or why not?
10. Did girls ask boys out? Do you think this would be all right today?
11. Did boys give presents to girls? Why?
12. What STDs were a concern during your youth?
13. How did your friends protect themselves from them?
14. If you could change things, would you do things differently? Which things?