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1 06/01/2010 S.K. Singh Presented by: Date:

2 INTRODUCTION TThis presentation has been developed to help the teachers to prepare and to teach a programme on AAdolescence RRTIs / STIs HHIV / AIDS. Presented by: S.K. Singh, DAV Public School, Bhagalpur 06/01/2010

3 Presentation will deal with BBasic needs and problems of Adolescents especially relating to the process of growing up, sex and sexuality. RReproductive Health (R / H) BBasic Information on RTIs / STIs and HIV / AIDs IIt lays stress on the prevention of HIV / AIDs and development of assertive skills and responsible sexual behaviour. Presented by: S.K. Singh, DAV Public School, Bhagalpur 06/01/2010

4 Need & Purpose of Adolescence Education TTo heighten awareness about PProblems occurring during Adolescence Period CChanges occurring during Adolescence Period TTo develop NNecessary skills PPositive attitude Presented by: S.K. Singh, DAV Public School, Bhagalpur 06/01/2010

5 Who is an ‘Adolescent’ ? AAdolescence is the transition period of Physical, Psychological and Social Maturation from Childhood to Adulthood. TThis period extends from Puberty to the attainment of Adulthood. PPuberty: OOccurs during Adolescence. RRefers to the Physical rather than the Behavioral changes that occurs when an individual becomes sexually matured and is capable of producing offspring. Presented by: S.K. Singh, DAV Public School, Bhagalpur 06/01/2010

6 What Adolescence Education Means…? AA process of Growing up OOccurrence of Physical Changes in BBOYS GGIRLS HHIV/AIDS Education Presented by: S.K. Singh, DAV Public School, Bhagalpur 06/01/2010

7 Physical Changes in BOYS AActivation of Oil and Sweat glands VVoice Changes GGrowth of Pubic hair GGrowth of testes and scrotum SSemen Production SSeminal ejaculation Presented by: S.K. Singh, DAV Public School, Bhagalpur 06/01/2010

8 Physical Changes in GIRLS PPubic hair BBreast developments GGrowth of bony pelvis GGrowth in reproductive organs GGrowth Spurt FFirst menstruation Presented by: S.K. Singh, DAV Public School, Bhagalpur 06/01/2010

9 What is HIV / AIDS Effect of HIV on the body immune system FACTS of HIV MITHS of HIV Presented by: S.K. Singh, DAV Public School, Bhagalpur06/01/2010

10 HIV HHuman Immunodeficiency Virus is a virus that infects and weakens the body's defence or immune system. PPeople who become infected with HIV are called HIV Positive Presented by: S.K. Singh, DAV Public School, Bhagalpur 06/01/2010

11 AIDS A AcquiredOne gets it from a person who is already infected. It cannot be passed on through our genes. IDID Immune Deficiency It affects that part of our body that protect us from infections-the immune system is weakened. S SyndromeA set or a group of Symptoms. AIDS is not just one single disease. Presented by: S.K. Singh, DAV Public School, Bhagalpur06/01/2010

12  In an HIV positive person, the virus begins to reproduce in the WBCs and multiplies rapidly.  The WBC begins to make antibodies to fight HIV.  These antibodies are unable to eliminate the virus completely from the body.  The virus gradually damages and reduces the number of WBCs.  It is when these multiple infections occur that a person is said to have AIDS. Presented by: S.K. Singh, DAV Public School, Bhagalpur 06/01/2010

13 FACTS of HIV IInfected Blood Transfusion. SSharing of needles, syringes and other Instruments with a person infected with HIV. HHIV- infected Mother to new born child. UUnprotected sexual activity with an HIV infected person. Presented by: S.K. Singh, DAV Public School, Bhagalpur 06/01/2010

14 MITHS of HIV OOrdinary social contacts. SShaking hands EEating and Drinking in the same utensils BBeing bitten by mosquitoes and other insects. TThrough Air and Water UUsing Toilets and Urinals used by Infected Persons. SSneezing and Coughing. WWorking with an infected person. Presented by: S.K. Singh, DAV Public School, Bhagalpur 06/01/2010

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16 FACTS OOnce a girl has had her first period she can become pregnant. AAbstinence is the only method of preventing STD / HIV / AIDS and Pregnancy that is 100 % effective. AA girl can get pregnant if she has sex during her period. Presented by: S.K. Singh, DAV Public School, Bhagalpur 06/01/2010

17 Fallacy TThe female determines the sex of a baby. IIt is unhealthy for a girl to bathe or swim during her period. NNocturnal Emissions make a boy weak Presented by: S.K. Singh, DAV Public School, Bhagalpur 06/01/2010

18 PParents and Adolescent children TTeacher and Adolescent student Presented by: S.K. Singh, DAV Public School, Bhagalpur 06/01/2010

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22 Presented by: S.K. Singh, DAV Public School, Bhagalpur06/01/2010 Developed by: Nirender Prakash Singh, Computer Teacher


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