Viral, Bacterial, AIDS, HIV Infections
- Disease Prevention and HIV/AIDS Education- Compare viruses to other micro-organisms.
- Disease Prevention and HIV/AIDS Education- Demonstrate decision-making and refusal skills for HIV prevention.
- Flu Prevention - The purpose of this teaching plan is to instruct newly hired employees to a healthcare facility during in class orientation of the importance of flu prevention, awareness and immunization.
- HIV project- Students will be able to research and find possible solutions to a problem using a biological database.
- HIV Transmission Game- To increase awareness of how quickly HIV and other STDs can be spread and how they can be stopped and to illustrate effects of peer pressure.
- Infectious Disease - To demonstrate using unknown solutions, how we can spread an infectious disease from one person to another.
- Noncommunicable/Communicable Diseases- To have students engaged in an activity where they research noncommunicable and communicable diseases.
- Risky Behavior - This activity is to impact upon the students the extent their behavior has to do with the possible contractions of HIV and how they can control their lives.
- Safety and Sanitation - TLW demonstrate food preparation skills.
- Self-Care: Women's Health - To develop a proactive approach to getting recommended screenings for women with high-risk factors in order to prevent or rehabilitate an illness before, during, and after it may occur.
- STD Web- To give the students a first hand opportunity of seeing that when they are sexually active they are at risk of becoming infected with any type of STD.
- Teen Pregnancy - This lesson is about teenage pregnancy the sexuality that starts and the birth control that may prevent pregnancy and dieases that are hand in hand with having sex.
- Viral Models - Students will discover how the structure of a virus makes it an effective agent of infection.