TEACHING ABOUT HUMAN SEXUALITY AND FAMILY: A SKILLS BASED APPROACH is designed to provide students with the necessary skills to teach Sex Education to children of all grade levels. The text's "life skills applied to content" approach incorporates the seven new national standards established by the profession as desired outcomes of Health Education curricula, with an emphasis on communication, problem solving, decision-making, stress management, and goal setting as they apply to human sexuality content. The authors also address sensitive and controversial issues in sexuality such as gender, sexual orientation, family planning, pregnancy, parenting, sexual violence and sexuality portrayed in culture and society. It is suited to be a standalone text or a great companion to Weinstein/Rosen's TEACHING CHILDREN ABOUT HEALTH, SECOND EDITION.
Table of Contents
2. Sexual Development: A Bio-Psycho-Social Approach.
3. Sexual Behavior.
4. Gender Issues in Human Sexuality Education.
5. Sexual Orientation and Variations.
8. Pregnancy and Childbirth.
9. Contraception and Abortion.
10. Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
11. Sexual Violence.
12. Society and Culture.