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close this bookAlternative Techniques - For Teaching about HIV/AIDS in the Classroom (Peace Corps, 1996, 205 p.)
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Scrambled story

· To help students learn vocabulary in context to be better able to explain how AIDS is transmitted, and not transmitted, and how AIDS can be prevented.

Target Group:
· Students at all levels

· The participants are placed into small groups. Each group is given an envelope with many sentences in it.

· Participants must arrange the sentences in a logical order so that they form a story.

· The first attempt at this may be difficult for the participants. One suggestion is to have the students read the story first. Then, the participants must place their copies of the story in their desks. The participants can then arrange the story from memory.