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  1. Activity manual for the teachers on health promotion using life skills approach: 8th standard

    This manual is comprised of modules for health promotion using life skills approach for adolescents in schools. It is meant to help teachers teaching 8th grade students understand and do activities in a participative manner addressing various health and developmental issues with students in the classroom. Based on student centred learning approach, modules focus on topics such as motivation, discipline, health and hygiene, nutrition, self-awareness, sexuality, and social responsibility.

  2. School-based Healthy living and HIV/AIDS Preventive Education (SHAPE). Primary level: teacher's manual

    A teacher's guide was developed as part of the School-Based Healthy Living and HIV/AIDS Preventive Education (SHAPE). The guide comprises of four sections: Healthy living and understanding your body; Health and diseases; Social skills for healthy living; and A sound mind in a sound body. These four sections cover a wide-range of topics such as physical health, common diseases, health-related social skills, and the need for mental and physical health. In every lesson, objectives, evaluation methods and follow-up activities are included to facilitate student-centred learning. …

  3. Preventing HIV/AIDS/STI and related discrimination : an important responsibility of health-promoting schools

    The document provides information that will assist individuals and groups to: make strong case for increased efforts to prevent HIV/AIDS/STI through schools; understand the nature of a Health-Promoting School; and plan and implement HIV/AIDS/STI prevention and health promotion as part of developing a Health-Promoting School.

  4. Growing into healthy sexuality: for grades 6-8

    This publication is part of the Teenage Health Teaching Modules, a comprehensive health education curriculum for middle and high school students. The eight sessions in this module emphasizes the importance of developing a healthy sense of self, understanding gender roles, and making safe, respectful decisions. The module includes three optional sessions on puberty and incorporates clear messages about abstinence. …

  5. Life skills on adolescent reproductive health: package of lessons and curriculum materials

    The package contains lessons on five main areas of life skills that adolescents would need to develop in order to gain positive and adaptive behaviours that help them make decisions and manage the challenges of their lives concerning their reproductive and sexual lives. The five main sections of the package are: Self-awareness, assertiveness and negotiating; Communication; Decision-making; Values clarification; and Global setting and Career planning. …

  6. Primary education syllabus

    This syllabus is an improvement of the existing 8-4-4 education syllabus and is available in two volumes. In order to remain relevant in the midst of the changing needs of the society, this new primary school curriculum has incorporated vital emerging issues, which include: industrial transformation of the country, environmental education, health issues like drug abuse and HIV and AIDS pandemic, gender issues, human rights, child's rights, moral values and social responsibility. The document provides both general and specific objectives for each grade. …

  7. Botswana: primary: junior secondary syllabi: religious education

    The content of the revised Three Year Junior Secondary Religious Education syllabus reflects Christianity as the major religion in Botswana whilst accommodating other religions such as Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism and Baha’i Faith. The content also incorporates emerging and cross curricular issues including human sexuality and HIV/AIDS in relation to religious beliefs. The revised Religious Education Syllabus is suitable for learners of all religious persuasion as it does not indoctrinate nor denigrate other religions.

  8. Primary school guidance and counselling curriculum guidelines

    This guideline has been published following the revision of the National Policy on Education Government paper in 1994. Deliberate efforts have been made to integrate HIV and AIDS education in this curriculum. The aim of this curriculum is to help primary, secondary and junior school teachers to define HIV and AIDS to their students and provide basic information on how it is transmitted. This finalized curriculum is welcome as it will provide support and guidance to teachers who have been implementing the programme without support. …

  9. Junior secondary syllabus: Sesotho

    The contents of this syllabus is in Sesotho language except for the title and first page, which states: "Beware !!! Sharing blades, toothbrushes and needles can give you HIV". Page 32 mentions HIV and AIDS " Mafu a tsoaetsanoang - a likobo HIV and AIDS Mokaola."

  10. Junior certificate history syllabus

    This history syllabus is designed for junior schools in Lesotho and is made for three forms (A, B and C) corresponding to the grades of junior school. Forms A and B do not mention HIV and AIDS. …

  11. Primary syllabus: standards 6, 7: higher primary

    The primary syllabus outlines the curriculum aims, timetable/allocation for each subject, suggested activities, concepts/skills/attitudes, learning outcomes and the resources available. The issue of HIV and AIDS is raised under the 'health education' topic, where they describe HIV and AIDS, its causes, signs and symptoms, mode of transmission, prevention, care and support of infected persons and also its effects and complications.

  12. Geography: Junior Certificate Syllabus

    The Junior Certificate Syllabus integrates environmental issues, population and family life education. Geography and its tools are used to explain the impact of HIV and AIDS on population; specifically, to explain population statistics, structure and variation because of the impact of HIV and AIDS. The syllabus is for 3 forms (A, B and C) corresponding to junior schools grades. It outlines the general, specific and end of level objectives, content (structure, time, marks and questions) and notes for each form. …

  13. Revised national curriculum statement grades R-9 (schools) policy 2002

    The Revised National Curriculum Statement is not a new curriculum but a streamlining and strengthening of the Curriculum 2005. Its purpose is to lay the foundation for a single national core syllabus, focusing on the structure and design of the curriculum, teacher orientation, training and development, learning support materials, provincial support to teachers in schools and implementation time-frames. …

  14. My future is my choice

    This is a skills-based peer education programme addressing HIV prevention and risk behaviour reduction. The programme, which is based on an adaptation of two existing curricula, was developed and implemented in Namibia through a partnership between the Government of Namibia, UNICEF and the University of Maryland's School of Medicine. The curriculum addresses sexual health, pregnancy prevention, STIs, HIV and AIDS, and alcohol and drugs. …

  15. National HIV/AIDS Preventive Education in Primary Schools, Secondary Schools and Teacher Training Colleges

    Since the first incident of HIV/AIDS in Kenya was reported in 1984, the Government responded with the sessional paper No.4 of 1997 detailing its policy framework on HIV/AIDS. This has resulted in a five-year national strategic plan on HIV/AIDS control.Consequently, on 25th November 1999, His Excellency the President declared HIV/AIDS a national disaster. …

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