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close this bookSchool Health Education to Prevent AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) : Students' Activities (UNESCO - WHO, 1994, 79 p.)
close this folderUnit 1: Basic Knowledge on HIV/AIDS/STD
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Looking into AIDS

Why?

You have learned something about HIV/AIDS/STD in the first part of this lesson. This is a test to find out how much you know.

How?

1. Answer true or false to each of the statements below by placing a circle around T or F.

2. When your teacher has given your class the correct answers, place a (1) in the box to the left of each statement if you got the answer correct and a (0) if you got it wrong.

3. Add up your score and place it in the box at the end of the test.

4. Then look up your score in “What does your score mean” and read your rating.

What do you know about AIDS?

A short fun test about HIV/AIDS/STD


Figure

1

F

T

HIV is caused by AIDS.

2

F

T

AIDS damages the body’s defence system.

3

F

T

There is no cure for AIDS.

4

F

T

People with AIDS often die from serious diseases.

5

F

T

STD means Standard Time in Daylight.

6

F

T

A person can have HIV or an STD and have no symptoms (not know it).

7

F

T

There is no way you can protect yourself from AIDS and STD.

8

F

T

An example of an STD is gonorrhoea.

9

F

T

It is difficult for women to get AIDS.

10

F

T

If you are strong and healthy you can’t get HIV/AIDS/STD.


Total

What does your score mean

10

Genius! Expert! You can teach the class!

8-9

Good! You are on the way to being an AIDS expert!

5-7

Well done, but you may want to look at the information again!

3-4

Review the information. You don’t want to catch AIDS or STD!

1-2

Lucky for you that this is just a test! You’ll do better next time!