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  1. The Danger Zone “The Teen Sex Scene” The Observant Prosper!

  2. The Danger Zone “The Teen Sex Scene” The Observant Prosper!

  3. Why Wait? Mark C. Farist Sequoyah High School Canton, Georgia mark.farist@cherokee.k12.ga.us

  4. IMPORTANT SEX ED. UNIT INFORMATION Class work Notebook 20 points per day for notes must label EACH DAY and DATE. 8 Days of notes X 20 points = 160 pts. Final Exam on Thursday 3/27/14 notes may be used on the exam. Please note object lessons will be covered of the final exam. You will need to be able to explain the teaching lesson for each of them.

  5. Class Days missed in the Sex Ed. Unit. You will need to go on Mr./Coach Farist’s web site to get the class notes that you have missed. The PowerPoint is titled: “WHY WAIT?” This is totally your responsibility! This also applies to those of you who miss class due to ISS/ALT. school.

  6. Abstinence Education: Making an informed decision not to participate in an at-risk under age alcohol behavior.

  7. Abstinence Education: Making an informed decision not to participate in an at-risk tobacco related behavior.

  8. Abstinence Education: Making an informed decision not to participate in an inactive lifestyle and poor nutritional behaviors.

  9. Abstinence Education: Making an informed decision not to participate in at-risk premarital sexual behaviors.

  10. Do you get tired of people yelling at you all the time?

  11. I’m ‘OUT OF the TRUNK’ TODAY!

  12. ….but I’m not here to ‘yell’ at you or ‘whack’ you over the head!

  13. FUTURE STICK • KEEP YOUR LIFE IN BALANCE. • KEEP MAKING HEALTHY CHOICES. • KEEP YOUR EYES ON A GOAL. • KEEP LOOKING UP!

  14. Just a thought…

  15. Just a thought…

  16. It’s All About How You See It.

  17. MAN BOARD

  18. XQQQQME

  19. YOUR NOSE RIGHT

  20. EXXPOSURE

  21. BAN ANA

  22. SAILING C C C C C C C

  23. B E B U S H T A

  24. GROUND FEET FEET FEET FEET FEET FEET

  25. STAND i

  26. LONG DUE

  27. HIS.TORY

  28. The Danger Zone “The Teen Sex Scene” The Observant Prosper!

  29. Abstinence Education: Making an informed decision not to participate in at-risk premarital sexual behaviors.

  30. 3 Categories Of Sexual People • The VIRGINS • The NONVIRGINS • The Renewed Virgins/Secondary Virgins

  31. Day 2 ‘PARTS R PARTS’ You are 1 In Thousands and 1 In Billions So Celebrate You! 1 + 1 = 1

  32. Day 2 PROTECTION 4 REAL Protection Provides Provision

  33. IF I SAY….. ABSTINENCE You think….

  34. NO SEX! NO DRUGS! NO TOBACCO!

  35. ONLY 2 STI’s KNOWN 79 AD 79 A.D.

  36. 1975 AD STILL ONLY 2

  37. 1975 AD ONLY 2 STI’s 37+ years later…

  38. 2013 AD OVER 40 STI’s…

  39. Motivation for Abstinence • Personal goals/plans for the Future. • Concerned about the risks • Personal/religious beliefs/values • Parents influence • Friends/positive peer influence • Coach Farist’s information/influence • Knowledge is Empowering!

  40. *DAY 3: “VitaMIND” of the day!‘BIRTH’-Day (Human Development) ALL Births Are Precious, But Not ALL Births Are Planned. *SEE HUMAN REPRODUCTION POWER POINT

  41. DAY 3: “VitaMIND” of the day!‘BIRTH’-Day (Human Development) “PURITY ISN’T A LINE YOU DRAW, IT’S A DIRECTION YOU TAKE.”

  42. Day 4‘4 Real’ PROTECTION “Programmed Sexual Exploitation” Dr. John Diggs

  43. Dr. John Diggs “Programmed Sexual Exploitation”

  44. Nationally Representative CDC Study Finds 1 in 4 Teenage Girls Has a Sexually Transmitted Disease Chicago (March 11, 2008) – A CDC study released today estimates that one in four (26 percent) young women between the ages of 14 and 19 in the United States – or 3.2 million teenage girls – is infected with at least one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases (human papillomavirus (HPV), Chlamydia, herpes simplex virus, and trichomoaniasis). The study, presented today at the 2008 National STD Prevention Conference, is the first to examine the combined national prevalence of common STDs among adolescent women in the United States, and provides the clearest picture to date of the overall STD burden in adolescent women. 3 Cataorgies of people sexually speaking