Teaching Sexuality Education
Roselle Paulsen
Sexuality Education Resource
Centre
S.E.R.C.
Training and Consultation
Education for Parents
Resource Centre
Facts of Life Program
Health Interpretation
AGENDA day 1
Philosophy
Our values and attitudes
Influencing behavior
Puberty
Birth control
Review of lessons
Introductions
Name
School
Grades
Hopes and Fears
of teaching sexuality education
Climate Setting
What do you do to make students
comfortable?
Ground Rules
What?
How?
Why?
Sexuality Education
What are the values we promote?
What values are you teaching my child?
*Re-enforced information
*Discussion with peers
*Universal values
*A+ sexuality education
Informing parents…
Values
Looking at our beliefs
Culture
Cultural aspects of our experiences:
Gender
Sexual Orientation
Faith
Family
Economic Class
Age
Race
Heritage
Politics
Geography
S.A.K.E.
Skills
Attitudes
Knowledge
Environment
Everyone stand up…
Languages of Sexuality
Medical / scientific
Childhood
Street
Indirect / euphemistic
Someone from the Guyna Colleges
called. They said the Pabst beer
is normal.
???
See you tonight.
Using Condoms is…
S mart
A ffordable
F ashionable
E asy
R esponsible
S ensible
E rotic
X citing
We care for each other here.
Learning in a safe, caring
environment.
We are all unique and special.
An Announcement
adapted from Mary Long
This is your last warning!
If you continue to ignore me,
in showing no interest
in learning my name,
if you have not spoken to me
by the end of next week,
I will stop dreaming about you.
Although 2/3 of prime time TV
shows had sexual content,
Less than 1/10
contained reference to the
risks and responsibilities of
sexual activity or…
contraception or safer sex.
Canadian Guidelines for Sexual Health Education, Health Canada, 2003.
5 I’s of Adolescence
Independence
Identity
Intimacy
Intellect
Integrity
Activity
Calories burned/hr
Walking on sand
250
Walking on sand w. crabs 500
Swimming
Swimming w. shark escort
It’s all relative.
600
1,999
A&P
Anatomy
Puberty
Reproduction
Key Issues
Body shape and changes
Breast development (girls/boys)
Penis development/size
Hygiene
Acne
Voice changes
Menstruation, cycles
Sanitary products
Tampons…TSS, virginity, values
Emotions and feelings
Being ‘normal’
Reproduction
Video clip:
What Teens Want to Know About Sex
Reproduction
Ova in ovaries from birth
Sperm produced at puberty, as needed
Fertilization: where and how
Implantation
Fetal development
Twinning
Split into groups
Grade 5: video preview and lesson
review
7-S2: Birth Control and lesson review
Birth Control
Review A & P
Brainstorm
Address myths first
Give referrals
Lesson Review
Grade 5: lessons 1 & 2
Grade 7: lessons 1 & 2
S1: lessons 2 & 3
S2: lesson 2
Evaluations
Have a great evening.
Welcome to Day 2
Questions or observations from day 1?
Agenda day 2
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Teen Pregnancy
Responding to Questions
Activities
Index Cards
1. Hobby
2. Fun part of your job
3. Where you grew up
4. One helpful thing from yesterday
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Diseases
Infections
Transmitted
Transmissible
STIs
Sexually active
At risk
Safe sex vs safer sex
Prevention
Harm reduction
HIV
Human
Immunodeficiency
Virus
AIDS
Acquired
Immuno-Deficiency
Syndrome
No cure or vaccine
Preventable
Transmission
Sexual intercourse
Infected blood
Infected woman to fetus/baby
Infection
Antibodies form, in 6-12 weeks and
within 6 months
Symptoms appear
AIDS develops
Can be a 20 year process
HIV in Manitoba
56 new cases in 2000
108 new cases in 2005
(to Nov.)
1,097 cases 1985 – 2003
Highest rates among 20-39 year olds
Causes of Infection
In Women
IDU
Heterosexual
In Men
Heterosexual
MSM
IDU
HIV is NOT spread by:
Touching, hugging, kissing
Sharing food or linens
Being coughed, sneezed, cried on
Giving blood
Pets or insects
Pools, fountains, phones…
Globally
46 million infected globally, ever
8,500 AIDS deaths each day
5 million new infections per year
U.N. 2003
AIDS in Manitoba
12 new diagnoses in 2003
224 cases 1985-2003
Just Say No…
…will be as effective in combating
AIDS as “Have a nice day” has
been in combating clinical
depression.
Nicholas Firstenberg, Hunter College, NY.
Other STIs
Chlamydia
Gonorrhea
Syphilis
Trichomonas
Pubic lice
Scabies
Genital Herpes
Hepatitis B
Genital Warts (HPV)
HIV
STI Activity
Break into groups
Place each behavior card under the
appropriate heading –
regarding risk for STIs
Youth aged 15-24
Have the highest rates of infection in
Manitoba for:
Chlamydia
Gonorrhea
HIV
Signs
Symptoms vs being asymptomatic
What to do…
Get tested
Follow treatment
Inform partner(s)
Abstain from risk contact until advised
Treatment is free and confidential
Where to go…
Community health centre
Public Health Nurse
Counsellor
Physician
Parents
Safer Sex
Condoms and oral dams demo
“Condoms aren’t completely safe…
A friend of mine was wearing one
and got hit by a bus.”
Bob Rubin
Safe Olympics
Teenage Pregnancy
Rate per 1,000 females 15-19
Manitoba 53.1
Winnipeg 52.8
Fort Garry 21.7
Charleswood/Tuxedo 13.8
St. Vital
27
Transcona 48.7
Manitoba Health 2003
Some Predictors
Older boyfriend
Pregnant sister
Own teenage mom
No goals for further education
Disadvantaged neighborhood
Sexually abused
National Campaign to Prevent Teenage Pregnancy
CYSHHAS
11,074 students in grades 7, 9, & 11
Council of Ministers of Education,
Canada, 2003
Canadian Youth, Sexual Health and
HIV/AIDS Study
Reasons for 1st Intercourse
Grade 9 & 11, Top 4 reasons:
Love
Curiosity/experimentation
Got carried away
Influence of alcohol/drugs
CYSHHAS
11,074 students in grades 7, 9, & 11
Council of Ministers of Education,
Canada, 2003
Canadian Youth, Sexual Health and
HIV/AIDS Study
Reasons Condoms Not Used
Did not expect to have sex
Used other method of birth control
I/partner don’t like to use condoms
Had too much alcohol/drugs
How Does This Apply to
Grade 5’s?
What are the
Skills
Attitudes
Knowledge
Environment
that they need now, to protect them?
Lesson Review
Grade 5: lesson 3, 4, or 5
Grade 7: lesson 3, 4, or 5
S1: lesson 1, 4, 5, or 6
S2: lesson 1, 3, 4, or 5
Disclosures
AVOID:
Criticizing offender
Denying child’s feelings
Promises to make everything
better
Disclosures
DO:
Talk in a private place
Believe
Stay calm
Reassure
Validate feelings
Report
Referrals
Resource people BLM G8 (K-8); BLM G10 (S1/2)
Contact sheet
Books
k-8 p.215
Web sites
p.207
Parent info
p.195
senior p.147
p.139
p.127
Question Box
Information
Am I normal?
Permission seeking
Values
Personal
Shock
Concentric
Concentric
Circles
Circles
Continuum: Agree / Disagree
Myth / Fact Cards : teams
Positive Response
Puberty is…
Dating is…
Condoms are…
Growing up is…
Games / Demo’s
Vocabulary Relay
Can you do it drunk?
Jeopardy
Condom Card Race
Activities
Guest speakers
Dear Abby letters
Voting Cards
Art/posters/ads
Songs/skits/drama
Rank ordering
Referrals
serc.mb.ca
thinkagain.ca
Agencies for School Health
(link via serc)
Thank you.
Questions?
Evaluation
Draw
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Teaching Sexuality Education