Sexuality and U
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Grade 4-6

 

Telling Others Where to Find Sexual Health Information
(A short-term WebQuest suitable for grades 4-6)

In this WebQuest students will prepare a poster, web page or insert/ad for their school handbook/newsletter that tells young people how and where to find sexual health information. They are also asked to communicate, through their design and information, the benefits of using that source as well as potential barriers. The information for these communication tasks is found on selected web sites and from local sources.
 
It’s OK to Ask Questions (1): Prepare a Report
(A short-term WebQuest suitable for grades 4-6)

In this WebQuest students will prepare a report on questions that concern youth about puberty and anatomy. Students will research credible online lists of the most common questions and answers, and then summarize and answer the questions they think are most important in their report

It’s OK to Ask Questions (2): Prepare a Brochure
(A short-term WebQuest suitable for grades 4-6)

In this WebQuest students conduct research to help them prepare a health brochure for their classmates or school. Students will research articles and lists of common questions, and then design a brochure that addresses these issues. As an extension of this activity, you or the students can ask the school, local health clinic or Doctor’s office to display these materials.

Physical Changes During Puberty: Test Your Knowledge
(A short-term WebQuest suitable for grades 4-6)

In this WebQuest students test basic knowledge by taking a quiz, reading some selected articles and web pages, preparing a “public” question for a class discussion and submitting a “private” question to a credible website.