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Making Proud Choices Jeopardy
Making Proud Choices JeopardyTHIS IS Making Proud Choices Jeopardy
With Your Host... YOUR NAME
Jeopardy Condoms HIV Facts STD Facts Condom Use Prevention Transmission 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500
What does AIDS stand for?$100 What does AIDS stand for? A 100
Acquired ImmunodeficiencySyndrome A 100
$200 What is HIV? A 200
The virus that causes AIDS
$300 Who can get HIV? A 300
Anyone...people are not high-risk, their behaviors are
What system does HIV affect?$400 What system does HIV affect? A 400
The immune system A 400
a healthy immune system?$500 What happens to a person with HIV that usually does not occur in people with a healthy immune system? A 500
They acquire certain rare diseases
$100 What does STD stand for? B 100
Sexually transmitted diseaseB 100
$200 Name 3 STDs. B 200
Syphilis Genital warts Herpes Gonorrhea Trichomoniasis Chlamydia HIVHepatitis B B 200
$300 Name 2 symptoms of STDs. B 300
burning upon urination discharge from penis/ vagina sores bumps itching rash B 300
that is caused by a virus?$400 What is the difference between an STD that is caused by a bacteria and an STD that is caused by a virus? B 400
Bacterial STDs can be treated and cured. Viral STDs cannot be cured, just treated. B 400
What happens to a person if they do not get treated for their STD?$500 What happens to a person if they do not get treated for their STD? B 500
It leads to other health problems like pelvic inflammatory disease, sterility,blindness, death. B 500
What are two ways to prevent HIV transmission?$100 What are two ways to prevent HIV transmission? C 100
Abstinence Condoms Not sharing needles C 100
$200 What is the only birth control method that also offers protection against HIV? C 200
A latex or polyurethane condom
Name two high-risk behaviors.$300 Name two high-risk behaviors. C 300
Unprotected anal, oral, or vaginal sex andsharing needles C 300
DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager C 400
What is the most certain way to avoid contracting an STD or HIV?$400 What is the most certain way to avoid contracting an STD or HIV? C 400
Practice abstinence C 400
What are some safer sexual behaviors (that won’t transmit HIV)?$500 What are some safer sexual behaviors (that won’t transmit HIV)? C 500
cuddling massage masturbation fantasy C 500
Name two ways that HIV is transmitted.$100 Name two ways that HIV is transmitted. D 100
unprotected sex sharing needlesfrom mother to fetus during pregnancy or childbirth mother to child through breast-feeding D 100
What are two ways that you cannot contract HIV?$200 What are two ways that you cannot contract HIV? D 200
sharing drinking glasses touching sitting in a classroom together toilet seats D 200
Name two body fluids from which HIV is transmitted.$300 Name two body fluids from which HIV is transmitted. D 300
blood semen vaginal secretions breast milk D 300
How were most children living with AIDS infected?$400 How were most children living with AIDS infected? D 400
From mother to fetus during pregnancy, at birth, or through breast milk
What is the fastest growing mode of transmission of HIV?$500 What is the fastest growing mode of transmission of HIV? D 500
Heterosexual sex D 500
$100 What is the material that condoms should be made of to protect against HIV and STD infection? E 100
Latex or polyurethane E 100
What should you put on a condom during vaginal or anal intercourse?$200 What should you put on a condom during vaginal or anal intercourse? E 200
K-Y Jelly or AstroglideLubricant, like K-Y Jelly or Astroglide E 200
What is the type of lubricant you should never use with condoms?$300 What is the type of lubricant you should never use with condoms? E 300
Oil-based, such as Vaseline or baby oil
Who buys almost half of all condoms sold in the US?$400 Who buys almost half of all condoms sold in the US? E 400
Women E 400
When do you remove a used condom?$500 When do you remove a used condom? E 500
After ejaculation but before the penis gets soft
True or False: Condoms can be reused.$100 True or False: Condoms can be reused. F 100
FALSE F 100
The penis should be erect (hard) when the condom is put on it.$200 True or False: The penis should be erect (hard) when the condom is put on it. F 200
TRUE F 200
$300 True or False: The condom should be completely unrolled before it is placed on the penis. F 300
FALSE F 300
$400 True or False: When a condom is placed on the penis some space should be left at the tip of the condom. F 400
TRUE F 400
$500 True or False: To remove a condom after sex, grasp the tip and remove it gently but swiftly. F 500
FALSE F 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is: Please record your wager.Prevention Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
Name a vaccine available to prevent HPV.Click on screen to continue
Click on screen to continueGardasil or Cerverix Click on screen to continue
Game Designed By C. Harr-MAITThank You for Playing Making Proud Choices Jeopardy Game Designed By C. Harr-MAIT
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Session 2 Key Messages You can be infected with an STD and have no symptoms. It can take years for symptoms of some STDs to develop. Having an STD raises.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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Sexually Transmitted Diseases Grouped by Bacteria's, Viruses, or Parasites.
Warm Up Name some STDs that we have talked about and what some of their side effects are.
Bacterial STI’s Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis. Bacterial STI’s Bacterial STI’s are curable; drugs (antibiotics) can be designed to kill the bacteria.
Itching, Burning, and Squirming
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