A ready to use lesson (from KS3 upwards) to meet the PSHE/SRE Statutory Curriculum. Editable Powerpoint with 60 minutes worth of material.
I can explain what an STI is using examples
I can correctly offer advice and suggestions on how to check and treat STI’s.
I can evaluate arguments for and against learning about safe sex in school.
The lesson encourages students to discuss Sexually Transmitted Infections
and to learn about the symptoms and treatment for HIV/AIDS, Gonorrhoea, Chlamydia, Genital Warts and Genital Herpes. Students learn about the role of a GUM clinic and are challenged with problem-based scenarios to apply their knowledge about safe sex.
The Lesson includes:
PowerPoint -8 slides (includes videos)
Resources- Research Table (using Publisher), Information Sheets (using Word) Scenario Cards (using Word) Exit Tickets (using Publisher)
PowerPoint and resources are in comic sans, with size 14 font and slides have a yellow background to ensure that it is SEN inclusive. The lesson includes differentiated learning tasks that challenge students to be critical thinkers. The lesson includes assessment for learning opportunities and develops wider literacy skills.
The PowerPoint has teacher notes with suggested teaching ideas and questioning, as well as suggested timings. The Lesson and resources are non-specialist friendly.
Tried and tested lesson used by both specialist and non-specialist staff across inner city schools in the Northwest.
If you want to save time and want all your resources in one place, why not download the Student Workpack for this lesson, which has everything included which can also be used to ‘catch-up’ absent students and support lower ability students. Also download the lesson on Consent and Safe Sex, which can be found at the shop ‘Empowered Learning’ on Tes, along with other PSHRE and Citizenship lessons.
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