1. Definitions of HIV and AIDS
2. Statistics of HIV infection rates
3. Students see how immune system works normally and how HIV affects the immune system differently
4. Transmission of HIV is explained
5. Abstinence is promoted in a positive manner as the only 100% effective way to avoid infection in a sexual manner
6. It is stressed that normal day to day activities will not pass HIV
1. Name the body's first line of defense against viruses
2. State that the immune system helps the body fight infection & that HIV weakens the immune system
3. Name two types of white blood cells that identify and destroy viruses
4. Name HIV as the virus that causes AIDS.
5. Name three main ways HIV can be transmitted.
6. List four examples of activities that will not transmit HIV.
7. Describe how taking HIV medication alters the lifestyle of a person who is HIV positive.
National Health Education Standards:1, 2, 4, 5, 7.
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