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Year 9 Revision part Three
Orphan and alone
POOR HEALTH CHOICES
GOOD HEALTH Your lifestyle can influence how healthy you are
E X E R C I S E
How much water is recommended to drink per day?
Smoking and your teeth
Life Influences Your choices
Positive or negative?
Positive life choices.
The Need to take care of the body physically and mentally. The Need to take care of the body if having a sexual relationship.
What is produced in a womans ovaries?
How often does the ovary release an egg?
Can you think of another word for a womans period. MENSTRATION
How often do women have a period?
The Male Hormone, that makes a boy become a man. What is it called?
The Female Hormone is called Oestrogen. It controls a womans periods.
Things can go wrong with a pregnancy. What are some of the complications? For example do you know what s miscarriage is?
Why do we need contraception?
Methods of Contraception. There are lots of different ways to stop getting pregnant. Not all contraception can stop you getting pregnant.
People can choose to have sex or not. If you decide not to have sex in your life do you know what it is called?
Effects of Marijuana on Female Reproductive System Smoking during pregnancy may result in premature babies and in low birth weights. Studies of men and.
Female Sex Hormones By the end of the lesson you should be able to: 1. Say 2 effects of female sex hormones, and say where the hormones are made. 2. Describe.
Aim: How can hormones influence the reproductive cycles in humans? Do Now: Using the diagrams below, which structures produce hormones? What hormones are.
The Menstrual Cycle LO: Know the hormones involved in the menstrual cycle Describe artificial control of fertility.
Reproductive System The system of organs within an organism that work together for the purpose of reproduction.
1 Developing a Human Sexuality Curriculum for Adolescents Joanne Dobrzanski, MA, LPC, LCSW
Contraception Lesson Objective: To know what contraception is To consider different methods of contraception and to understand their effectiveness.
What is sex? What is sexuality?. How do you know when you are ready to have sex? What do you do if you are pressured to have sex?
Personal & Social Education Sex and relationships Education.
OBJ: IDENTIFY AND EXAMINE THE USE AND EFFECTIVENESS VARIOUS FORMS OF CONTRACEPTION CONTRACEPTION.
Myths and Facts: Understanding sexual urban legend and its impact on prevention efforts Megara Bell Partners in Sex Education
Ch.20 The Endocrine System & Reproduction Section 2: The Male & Female Reproductive Systems.
Sexuality and Sexual Reproductive Health Laura Villa Torres Health Behavior and Health Education Gillings School of Global Public Health MSPH- PhD Student,
1 of 40© Boardworks Ltd 2008 What is reproduction? Reproduction is one of the seven life processes. Humans use sexual reproduction to produce their young.
Grade 8 Topic 3 Pregnancy Prevention. When making a decision… Be aware of all possible consequences Consider how to prevent these consequences Make a.
Basic Reproduction From
Emergency Contraceptive Pills (ECPS) Click to Begin.
Infertility Parenting. What is Infertility? n Not being able to get pregnant after at least one year of trying. n Women who are able to get pregnant but.
Human Reproduction 3. 2 Contents Infertility Birth Control Reproductive disorders.
HUMAN SEXUALITY VOCABULARY Where do babies come from?
Days 1-5: The lining of the UTERUS is shed. Blood and tissue leave the body through the VAGINA. Days 1-13: An ovum MATURES in the ovary. Day.
Sexual Health Intro to Wellness. Define the word: SEX.
Do now! Can you stick the target sheet in for the new topic please? Can you fill in the first column?
Birth Control School Based Clinic. We’re going to talk about Consequences of unprotected sex Birth Control (ways to prevent pregnancy) How to access birth.
Reproduction of living organisms: Reproduction in humans Textbook reference: PP Objective: All mammals begin their life as a tiny fertilized egg.
ENDOCRINE SYSTEM NOTES (Fill in notes using presentation)
1 of 40© Boardworks Ltd of 40© Boardworks Ltd 2008.
Unit 11 – Healthy Relationships and Sexuality Table of contents— Female reproductive system.
Human Development REPRODUCTION: Reproductive Systems Fertilization Pregnancy Child Birth.
GCSE Core ScienceHuman Biology Key words Stimulate, Inhibit, Womb, Mature, FSH, LH, Oestrogen, Progesterone.
Slide 1 of 9 You and your body WALT To know what contraception is. To consider different methods of contraception and to understand their effectiveness.
How have you changed from 8 th grade until now ?.
Aim: How can hormones influence the reproductive cycles in humans?
Contraceptives. What is a contraceptive? Why are they used? Can you name a few???
Assignment 4: The Human Reproductive System Lesson 3: Hormones & Fertility.
HUMAN REPRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES AND CONTRACEPTIVES.
2.3 Determinants of the health and development of Australia’s youth.
Growing Up (IPC Unit) Sex and Relationships Education (SRE) in Year 6 Mr Matthew Whitten Ms Gillian Bird.
Contraception. Contraception What Is Contraception –contra = “against –ception = “conception” Any method that tries to prevent fertilization.
Human Development REPRODUCTION: Reproductive Systems Fertilization Pregnancy.
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