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1 Lesson Presentation Materials for High School Students Positive Prevention HIV/STD Prevention Education Published by the Orange County Chapter of the American Red Cross (2 nd ed 2011)

2 During the next week, we will be studying: Basic HIV/STD Terminology Myths and Stereotypes Regarding Persons Infected with HIV The HIV Disease Epidemic Modes of Transmission Risk Reduction Strategies incl. Sexual Abstinence HIV/STD Testing and Community Resources Positive Prevention HIV/STD Prevention Education PP Getting Started Lesson

3 Todays Lesson Objectives Identify why it is difficult to talk about sex Establish group agreements Complete a unit pre-test Define basic terminology PP Getting Started Lesson

4 Evidence of Achievement Observance of Group Agreements Completion of Pre-Test Completion of Lesson Wrap PP Getting Started Lesson

5 Why is it difficult to discuss sex-related topics? How might some students behave when we discuss sex-related topics? PP Getting Started Lesson

6 What Group Agreements will we follow to promote mature and responsible discussions? PP Getting Started Lesson

7 Time for the Pre-Test Please… Complete your Pre-Test at home with a parent or other trusted adult. Bring it back completed tomorrow! PP Getting Started Lesson

8 What does HIV stand for? H _____________________ I _____________________ V _____________________ PP Getting Started Lesson

9 Human (not dogs or mosquitoes) Immune Deficiency (no ability to fight infection) Virus (a pathogen that takes over white blood cells)* *viruses cannot be killed with antibiotics PP Getting Started Lesson

10 After several years, an untreated HIV infection progresses to AIDS. What does AIDS stand for? A _____________________ I _____________________ D _____________________ S _____________________ PP Getting Started Lesson

11 Acquired (you get it from others) Immune Deficiency (no ability to fight infection) Syndrome (a variety of resulting illnesses and conditions)* *including cancer, pneumonia, and brain infections PP Getting Started Lesson

12 HIV/AIDS is just one of over twenty different STDs. What does STD stand for? S _____________________ T _____________________ D _____________________ Positive Prevention HIV/STD and Teen Pregnancy Prevention PP Getting Started Lesson

13 Sexually (related to sexual contact)* Transmitted (passed, spread) Disease (being sick, infected) Positive Prevention HIV/STD and Teen Pregnancy Prevention * Includes contact between penis, anus, vagina and/or mouth PP Getting Started Lesson

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15 Evidence of Achievement Observance of Group Agreements Completion of Pre-Test Completion of Lesson Wrap PP Getting Started Lesson

16 Take a Few Minutes to Complete Your Lesson Wrap Up End of Day One: PP Getting Stated

17 Myths and Stereotypes about Persons Infected with HIV Positive Prevention HIV/STD Prevention Education Day Two: PP HIV/STD Lesson One

18 Myths and Stereotypes about Persons Infected with HIV Take a few moments to journal your answer to the following question: Who are the kinds of people who get AIDS? Day Two: PP HIV/STD Lesson One Positive Prevention HIV/STD Prevention Education

19 Lesson Objectives Describe the impact of HIV/AIDS on an individual and his/her family Identify how to show compassion for persons infected with HIV/AIDS Day Two: PP HIV/STD Lesson One

20 Evidence of Achievement Participation in Class Activity Completion of Lesson Wrap Up #5 Completion of HIV/STD Pre-Test Day Two: PP HIV/STD Lesson One

21 After the video What did you hear the teens saying about what it is like to have AIDS? DayTwo: PP HIV/STD Lesson One

22 CPR keeps relationships alive! Day Five: PP HIV/STD Lesson One

23 Activity: Its All Relative

24 Evidence of Achievement Class Activity Complete Lesson Wrap Up Positive Prevention HIV/STD and Teen Pregnancy Prevention Day Two: PP HIV/STD Lesson One

25 Take a Few Minutes to Complete Your Lesson Wrap Up End of Day Two: PP HIV/STD Lesson One

26 Positive Prevention HIV/STD Prevention Education Day Three: PP HIV/STD Lesson Two HIV Disease: Effects on the Human Body & Transmission Myths and Facts

27 Positive Prevention HIV/STD Prevention Education Day Three: PP HIV/STD Lesson Two HIV Disease Take a few moments to journal your answer to the following question: When did you first hear about the AIDS epidemic? What did you hear?

28 Day Three: PP HIV/STD Lesson Two Lesson Objectives Describe the magnitude of the AIDS epidemic Identify populations becoming infected with HIV/AIDS Describe the fluids and body openings (routes of transmission) for HIV

29 Day Three: PP HIV/STD Lesson Two Evidence of Achievement Participation in Mismatch Activity Completion of Lesson Wrap Up

30 Day Three: PP HIV/STD Lesson Two

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33 One-seventh of all U.S. AIDS Cases occur in California

34 Immune System Review Day Three : PP HIV/STD Lesson Two

35 HIV Takes Over the Immune System to Produce More HIV Day Three: PP HIV/STD Lesson Two

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37 MISMATCH ACTIVITY Day Three: PP HIV/STD Lesson Two

38 Evidence of Achievement Participation in Mismatch Activity Completion of Lesson Wrap Up

39 Take a Few Minutes to Complete Your Lesson Wrap Up End of Day Three: PP HIV/STD Lesson Two

40 PREVENTING SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES Day Four: PP HIV/STD Lesson Three Positive Prevention HIV/STD Prevention Education

41 PREVENTING SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES Take a few moments to journal your response to the following question: List all the STDs you can think of! Day Four: PP HIV/STD Lesson Three Positive Prevention HIV/STD Prevention Education

42 Lesson Objectives: Identify and describe common STDs and their symptoms Identify community resources for STD testing and treatment Demonstrate setting personal boundaries in a variety of situations Day Four: PP HIV/STD Lesson Three

43 Evidence of Achievement Completion of Lesson Wrap Up Day Four: PP HIV/STD Lesson Three

44 What does STD stand for? S _____________________ T _____________________ D _____________________ Day Four: PP HIV/STD Lesson Three

45 What does STD stand for? Sexually (related to sexual contact) Transmitted (passed, spread) Disease (being sick, infected) A disease or infection you can get or give someone by having sex with them Show CDPH power point STD 101 Version A

46 Day Four: PP HIV/STD Lesson Three

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49 Evidence of Achievement Complete Lesson Wrap Up Day Four: PP HIV/STD Lesson Three

50 Take a Few Minutes to Complete Your Lesson Wrap Up End of Day Four: PP HIV/STD Lesson Three

51 Day Five: PP HIV/STD Lesson Four Positive Prevention HIV/STD Prevention Education Recognizing and Reducing Risk

52 Day Five: PP HIV/STD Lesson Four Positive Prevention HIV/STD Prevention Education Recognizing and Reducing Risk Take a few moments to journal two lists: List #1: Behaviors that spread HIV List #2: Behaviors that do not spread HIV

53 Day Five: PP HIV/STD Lesson Four Lesson Objectives Identify situations that put you at risk for HIV infection Identify abstinence as the best way to avoid HIV/STD Describe the steps in condom use Demonstrate Condom Negotiation Skills

54 Day Five: PP HIV/STD Lesson Four Evidence of Achievement Participation in Risk Continuum Activity Demonstration of Condom Negotiation Skills Completion of Lesson Wrap Up

55 Day Five: PP HIV/STD Lesson Four Risk Continuum Activity

56 Universal Precautions

57 Steps in Condom Use ?

58 The Success and Failure Rates of Latex Condoms Day Five: PP HIV/STD Lesson Four

59 Condom Negotiation Skills Distribute Condom Tokens for Condom Negotiation Skills Practice

60 Day Five: PP HIV/STD Lesson Four Evidence of Achievement Participation in Risk Continuum Activity Demonstration of Condom Negotiation Skills Complete Lesson Wrap Up

61 Take a Few Minutes to Complete Your Lesson Wrap Up End of Five: PP HIV/STD Lesson Four

62 Positive Prevention HIV/STD Prevention Education Peer and Media Pressure Day Six: PP HIV/STD Lesson Five

63 Positive Prevention HIV/STD Prevention Education Peer and Media Pressure Take a moment to journal your response to the following question: What are all the types of media you can think of ? Day Six: PP HIV/STD Lesson Five

64 Lesson Objectives Identify pressures from media, society, and peers to engage in risky behaviors Demonstrate assertiveness skills to avoid engaging in risky behaviors Day Six: PP HIV/STD Lesson Five

65 Evidence of Achievement Completion of Pressure Lines Worksheet Participation in Assertiveness Skills Practice Completion of Lesson Wrap Up Day Six: PP HIV/STD Lesson Five

66 Media Analysis Skills Day Six: PP HIV/STD Lesson Five

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68 Assertiveness Skills

69 Pressure Lines and Responses

70 Write Your Own Responses!

71 Practice Your Assertiveness Skills! Day Six: PP HIV/STD Lesson Five

72 Evidence of Achievement Completion of Pressure Lines Worksheet Participation in Assertiveness Skills Practice Complete Lesson Wrap Up Day Six: PP HIV/STD Lesson Five

73 Take a Few Minutes to Complete Your Lesson Wrap Up End of Day Six: PP HIV/STD Lesson Five. Part I. Check for Understanding Directions: Check your understanding of todays lesson by answering the following True-False questions. ALTERNATIVE: Write a journal entry, or draw an illustration, about todays lesson. T F In order to sell their products, some advertisements actually portray unhealthy or risky behaviors. T F Sometimes pressure to do something can actually be good or healthy, like stay in school, dont use drugs, and avoid an unplanned pregnancy. T F Ways to avoid a risky sexual situation include using non-verbal communication, and even walking away. T F Ways to avoid a risky sexual situation include using assertive communication to firmly state your limits and expectations. Part II. Evidence of Achievement Directions: Turn to a partner to (1) check your answers or discuss your journal entry/drawing, and then (2) demonstrate your assertiveness skills to your partner. Part III. Family-Home Assignment Directions: Interview your parent(s) or trusted adult. Ask them what they recommend you do when you are being pressured to do something you know you shouldnt do? Part IV. Reflections Directions: On the backside of this worksheet, write down (1) what your parent(s) or trusted adult recommended you do when you are being pressured to do something you know you shouldnt do, and (2) your own reflections about what your parent or trusted adult said

74 Positive Prevention HIV/STD Prevention Education COMMUNITY RESOURCES & PERSONAL CONTRACTS Day Seven: PP HIV/STD Lesson Six.

75 Positive Prevention HIV/STD Prevention Education COMMUNITY RESOURCES PERSONAL CONTRACTS Take a moment to journal your answer to the following question: What are some good reasons to keep yourself from becoming infected with HIV and other STDs? Day Seven: PP HIV/STD Lesson Six.

76 Lesson Objectives Describe how HIV/AIDS spreads through a population Identify local resources for HIV/AIDS testing Create a Personal Contract to be HIV/STD free. Day Seven: PP HIV/STD Lesson Six.

77 Evidence of Achievement Participation in the Exchanging Body Fluids Activity Completion of the Personal Contract Completion of Lesson Wrap Up Day Seven: PP HIV/STD Lesson Six.

78 Exchanging Body Fluids Activity Pick up a cup, but dont drink the liquid! Exchange your liquid with three people (unless you are a 1 or an A) Get tested Day Seven: PP HIV/STD Lesson Six.

79 Exchanging Body Fluids Activity What happened to the 1s? Why? What happened to the As? Why? How is this activity similar to the real AIDS epidemic? How is this activity different from the real AIDS epidemic? Day Seven: PP HIV/STD Lesson Six.

80 . Remember! An HIV infection will not show up immediately!

81 . Day Seven: PP HIV/STD Lesson Six Steps in Getting Tested for HIV/STDs

82 . Day Seven: PP HIV/STD Lesson Six For a list of nearby clinics, text the word CLINIC plus your ZIP CODE to 61827

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84 . Complete your Personal Contract to Protect Yourself from HIV/STDs

85 Evidence of Achievement Participation in the Exchanging Body Fluids Activity Complete your Personal Contract Complete the Lesson Wrap Up Day Seven: PP HIV/STD Lesson Six.

86 Take a Few Minutes to Complete Your Lesson Wrap Up End of Day Seven: PP HIV/STD Lesson Six. Part I. Check for Understanding Directions: Check your understanding of todays lesson by answering the following True-False questions. ALTERNATIVE: Write a journal entry, or draw an illustration, about todays lesson. T F HIV infections only spread slowly through a population, from one infected person to one other person, and so on. T F You can tell if someone is infected with HIV by looking at them. T F There are clinics in the community where you can get confidential, low-cost or free HIV and STD tests. T F To avoid sexual risk situations and to stay HIV-free and STD-free, it may be helpful to get assistance and support from friends and family members. Part II. Evidence of Achievement Directions: Turn to a partner to (1) check your answers or discuss your journal entry/drawing, and then (2) review your Personal Contract with your partner.. Part III. Family-Home Assignment Directions: Share your personal contract with your parent(s) or trusted adult. Ask them how they could help you fulfill your Personal Contract? Part IV. Reflections Directions: On the backside of this worksheet, write down (1) what your parent(s) or trusted adult said they could do to help you fulfill your Personal Contract, and (2) your own reflections about what your parent or trusted adult said.

87 This is a time in your life when your ability to control your own future is on the increase (for example, making your own choices about your education and your future). Positive Prevention HIV/STD Prevention Education Protecting yourself from an HIV or STD infection is part of your new responsibilities. Day Seven: PP Lesson Six

88 My hope for you is that you will never do anything that jeopardizes your own sexual health, or the sexual health of others, and that you are able to reach your goals! Positive Prevention HIV/STD Prevention Education Day Seven: PP HIV/STD Lesson Six

89 Evidence of Achievement Complete your Lifeline activity Participation in the Visualization activity Complete your Lesson Wrap Up Complete the Post-Test Positive Prevention HIV/STD Prevention Education Day Seven: End of PP HIV/STD Lesson Six Good job!


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