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  1. BLOCK # 9 REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM MUSCLE / MOVEMENT REVIEW (this will be on every test)

  2. Reproduction Unit

  3. Reading: • Please read pages: 238-241 in your blue health science books

  4. Intro video on website

  5. Appropriate Language & Myths about Sexuality In your packets: With your study buddy answer the following

  6. Should we use these words?(appropriate, inappropriate, depends) 1. Abstinence 2. Sexy 3. Feminist 4. Chauvinist 5. Faggot 6. Moral 7. Marriage 8. Homosexual 9. Slut 10. Tease 11. Virgin 12. Scoring 13. Gay 14. Monogamy 15. Whore 16. Feminine 17. Heterosexual 18. Horny 19. Macho 20. Straight 21. Flirt 22. Lesbian 23. Sexist 24. Wimp 25. Promiscuous

  7. Myths(True, False, IDK) • Abstinence is the only method of birth control that is 100% effective? • Older people can’t have intercourse? • Hairy males are more virile? • Birth control is a female problem? • If a couple has intercourse while the female is menstruating it is possible for her to become pregnant? • Before a girl has had her first period, she can become pregnant? • Male homosexuals are all effeminate?

  8. Myths(True, False, IDK) • Lesbians are all masculine? • A female can become pregnant the first time she has intercourse? • Adolescents who mature later than their peers will be sexually inadequate? • Too much masturbation can cause a male to run out of sperm? • A male gets an erection only when he wants to have intercourse. • Females’ breasts should be equal in size?

  9. Myths(True, False, IDK) • Males’ testicles should be equal in size? • Intercourse does not mean love? • Everybody’s doing it? • A woman cannot become pregnant if she takes a birth control pill after having intercourse? • A woman cannot become pregnant if she douches after intercourse? • Pregnancy can occur without penetration? • When a person has sexually transmitted disease, they will have symptoms?

  10. Myths(True, False, IDK) • Only people who have many sexual partners can get an STD? • Cleanliness prevents a person from catching an STD? • A majority of teenage mothers relinquish their babies for adoption? • Condoms may help prevent the spread of some sexually transmitted diseases? • Rapist are usually strangers to the victim?

  11. Create new set: Reproduction/ Skin

  12. Create new set: Reproduction/ Skin ___/ 38

  13. Practice square: Prefix Word Root(s) Suffix • Then define • Conception • Ectopic • Gestation • Lactation • Mammography • Menses

  14. Human Sexuality Vocab We will do together

  15. Human Sexuality Vocab • Conception: • Onset of pregnancy, union of sperm and egg • Ectopic: • Located away from normal position • Erectile: • Capable of becoming rigid and elevated when filled with blood

  16. Human Sexuality Vocab • Fertility: • Capacity to conceive or induce conception • Genital: • Reproductive organ • Gestation: • Development of young from conception to birth, pregnancy

  17. Human Sexuality Vocab • Intercourse: • Sexual union • Lactation: • Production and secretion of milk by the mammary glands • Mammography: • Radiological view of breast

  18. Human Sexuality Vocab • Menses: • Normal flow of blood and uterine lining that occurs in cycles in women • Menstrual: • The recurring cycle of change of the reproductive organs induced by hormones in women • Ovulation: • Release of the egg from the ovary

  19. Human Sexuality Vocab • Sterile: • Unable to produce offspring • Stillborn: • Born dead

  20. VOCAB CHALLENGE • With your neighbor • Try to match the word and definitions

  21. Questions??? • Everyone will write SOMETHING on your scratch paper …. • Ask a question! • Suggest a song for MY playlist….something that you think that I would enjoy • Wish me a happy day 

  22. Vocab Review: verbally with neighbors: can use notes

  23. Bell Ringer • Sperm Bell Ringer: on website, please read

  24. Male / Female Packets

  25. UNDERARM HAIR BREASTS DEVELOP WAISTLINE SLIMS HIPS BROADEN OVULATION PUBIC HAIR MENSTURATION

  26. FACIAL HAIR BROAD SHOULDERS VOICE DEEPENS CHEST HAIR UNDERARM HAIR SPERM PRODUCED PUBIC HAIR EJACULATION OF SEMEN

  27. Who’s who?

  28. Reproduction Anatomy Female / Male

  29. FALLOPIAN TUBES OVARY OVUM FIMBRIA UTERINE LINING UTERUS CERVIX VAGINA

  30. BLADDER SEMINAL VESICLE PROSTATE VAS DEFERENS RECTUM COWPERS GLAND URETHRA EPIDIDYMIS PENIS TESTICLE SCROTUM

  31. Understanding Vocab Challenge • Underline these words in your anatomy charts: • Prostate gland • Ovaries • Cervix • Seminal vesicles • Testes • Vas deferens • Scrotum • Vagina fallopian tubes • Uterus • Epididymis • Understanding vocab challenge: • Go through and read the definitions/ FUNCTIONS

  32. review • Q.live

  33. Practice QUiz

  34. Bell Ringer • STD Bell Ringer: Here’s Why Teen STDs Are Hitting All-Time Highs

  35. Why it is so hard to cure HIV • On website

  36. HIV/AIDS

  37. Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) EVENTUALLY ADD DISEASE AND DEFINITION TO

  38. Bacterial STDs • Chlamydia • Infects reproductive organs and causes a mucus discharge • More new cases of chlamydia than any other STD • Symptoms (often none) • Females: pain during urination, vaginal discharge or bleeding, pelvic pain • Males: pain during urination, discharge from penis • Treatment • Antibiotics • Untreated • Females: infertility, pelvic pain, ectopic pregnancy, PID • Males: can injure reproductive organs, swollen and tender testicles • Infants: illness, blindness

  39. Bacterial STDs • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) • Inflammation of the upper female reproductive tract caused by migration of infection from vagina • Symptoms • Pain in the pelvic region, vaginal discharge, long and painful menstrual periods, fever, painful urination, nausea • Treatment • Antibiotics, surgery may be needed if infection is left untreated • Untreated • Scars in the fallopian tubes or uterus, ectopic pregnancy, infertility • Chronic pelvic pain

  40. Bacterial STDs • Gonorrhea • Infects mucus membranes • Symptoms • Females: often no obvious signs, pain during urination, vaginal discharge or bleeding, pain in abdomen • Males: pain during urination, discharge from the penis • Treatment • Antibiotics, becoming more difficult to treat because bacteria is changing • Untreated • Females: PID, ectopic pregnancies, infertility • Infants: blindness, joint infection, life-threatening blood infections • Males: scarring of the urethra, difficulty urinating • Painful swelling of testicles, infertility

  41. Bacterial STDs • Syphilis • Can cause ulcers of chancres, damages nervous system and other body organs • Symptoms • Phase 1 (10-90 days): painless ulcers where bacteria entered • Phase 2 (2-8 weeks): fever, rash, swollen lymph nodes, joint pain, muscle aches • Phase 3 (2 years or more): heart and nervous system damage, blindness, loss of mental abilities, possible death • Treatment • Antibiotics, can be cured in the early stages • Untreated • Mental and physical disabilities • Infants: premature birth, severe mental disabilities, deafness, death

  42. Viral STDs • Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) • Can cause genital warts and cervical cancer • Symptoms • Females: genital and anal warts, abnormal papsmear • Males: genital and anal warts • Treatment • No treatment, warts can be treated by surgical removal, freezing, or medication • Vaccine for women against the 4 types of HPV that cause most genital warts and cancers • Untreated • Cervical Cancer, genital cancers

  43. Viral STDs • Genital Herpes • 2 types of herpes simples virus HSV-1 and HSV-2 • Symptoms • HSV-1: cold sores and blisters usually occur around mouth • HSV-2: red bumps, blisters and sores on or around genitals, fever, swollen lymph nodes • Treatment • No cure, antiviral medications can shorten outbreaks and reduce their frequency • Untreated • Infected for life, can pass on to baby infections of liver, brain, skin, eyes, and mouth, and death

  44. Viral STDs • Hepatitis • Inflammation of the liver • Hepatitis B and C can be sexually transmitted • Symptoms • Jaundice, tiredness and muscle aches, fever, dark urine • Treatment • No cure, medications may help stop spread of virus • Vaccine available for Hepatitis A and B • Untreated • Liver damage, failure, cancer, premature death

  45. AIDS video • On website

  46. Viral STDs • Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) • Infects cells of the immune system and causes AIDS • Symptoms • Phase 1 (initial exposure to 10 yrs): fatigue, weight loss, fever, diarrhea, swollen lymph nodes • Phase 2: Phase 1 symptoms, forgetfulness, difficulty thinking • Phase 3: weakened immune system, infections, weight loss • Treatment • No cure, a combination of drugs can delay the start of serious symptoms • Untreated • Malnutrition, loss of mobility, opportunistic infections, cancer, premature death