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Teenage Pregnancy Lesson Plan 4 - Myths of Teenage Pregnancy
Using the Human Barometer approach, students review their learning over the past 3 lessons. Changes in attitudes are noted in the Agony Aunt activity.
Connect the Learning
Remind the pupils of previous learning that is related to the lesson.
Teacher led discussion. Recap key points of lessons 1-3.
The Big Picture
Give to students at start of the lesson.
Explain how this lesson fits into the whole topic of work. This is particularly important at the beginning of a topic.
Final session of four that looks to dispel some of the key myths of teenage pregnancy.
In the first five minutes of the lesson inform pupils what they will have learnt by the end of the lesson.
Students to be more knowledgeable of the facts and fiction relating to teenage pregnancy. To be able to appreciate the moral considerations associated with teenage pregnancy from a gender point of view. To be able to access sources of help if required.
Present new information through as many of the senses as possible.
Freeze frame technique. Put male student in the position of receiving news that he is about to be a father, and a female student that she is to be a teenage mum. What happens next?