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  • Announcements Grades? Posted and Updated Grades? Posted and Updated Start Bringing Your Books (PUT NAME IN IT)!!! Start Bringing Your Books (PUT NAME IN IT)!!! Overview remainder of Class: Overview remainder of Class: Final Coming. Final Coming. Lab: Thursday (Work Due Friday) Teen Pregnancy Portfolio Project Lab: Thursday (Work Due Friday) Teen Pregnancy Portfolio Project Budget? Budget? Facts? Facts?
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  • Intro to Puberty
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  • Disclaimers.. Im not here to take the place of your parentstalk to them! Im not here to push my values on you. Not everything you learn in school is to be used today.this is the last health class you will take! Sense of Humor- Optional
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  • The 21 st Century Version of the Birds & Bees... A little boy goes to his father and asks "Daddy, how was I born?" The father answers, "Well, son, I guess one day you will need to find out anyway. Your mom and I first got together in a Chat room on Yahoo. Then I set up a date via Email with your mom, and we met at a Cyber-Cafe. We sneaked into a secluded room, where your mother agreed to a Download from my Hard Drive. As soon as I was ready to Upload, we discovered that neither of us had used a Firewall, and since it was too late to hit the Delete button, nine months later a blessed little Pop-Up appeared and said: You've Got Male." A little boy goes to his father and asks "Daddy, how was I born?" The father answers, "Well, son, I guess one day you will need to find out anyway. Your mom and I first got together in a Chat room on Yahoo. Then I set up a date via Email with your mom, and we met at a Cyber-Cafe. We sneaked into a secluded room, where your mother agreed to a Download from my Hard Drive. As soon as I was ready to Upload, we discovered that neither of us had used a Firewall, and since it was too late to hit the Delete button, nine months later a blessed little Pop-Up appeared and said: You've Got Male."
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  • Group Work (1. Number Packet) ABC BrainStorm-Page 2 (Rules.) ABC BrainStorm-Page 2 (Rules.) Journal Entry One-Page 3 (Discuss/Notes) Journal Entry One-Page 3 (Discuss/Notes) Pre-Test, Basics-Page 4-5 (As much as You Know Now) Pre-Test, Basics-Page 4-5 (As much as You Know Now) Responsibilities & Consequences-Page 7 Responsibilities & Consequences-Page 7 (Review-At least 5 R / 5 C)
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  • The Least You Need to Know -Puberty- Endocrine System Endocrine System Hypothalmus Gonadotropins Pituitary Gland LH & FSH Ovaries / Testis Estrogen Testosterone Progesterone Hypothalmus Gonadotropins Pituitary Gland LH & FSH Ovaries / Testis Estrogen Testosterone Progesterone Everyones timeline is different Everyones timeline is different
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  • Secondary Sex Traits *Menstruation *Sperm Maturation
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  • FYI on Twins
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  • The Least You Need to Know -Chromosomes- Physiological gender is determined by chromosomes Physiological gender is determined by chromosomes Human cells = ______? Human cells = ______? Who determines? Who determines? What is Gender? What is Gender?
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  • Think, Menstruation + Sperm Maturation = Menstruation + Sperm Maturation = Only if.. Only if.. What is the difference between. What is the difference between. Being Physically/Emotionally ready? Being Physically/Emotionally ready? At least 5 Responsibilities and At least 5 Responsibilities and At least 5 Consequences At least 5 Consequences Define abstinence Define abstinence Personal Personal Medical Medical relational relational
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  • Teen Pregnancy Assignment (s) Turn in: IN ORDER PLEASE Turn in: IN ORDER PLEASE 1. Teen Pregnancy Fact Sheet 1. Teen Pregnancy Fact Sheet 2. Baby Budget. 2. Baby Budget. 3. Pregnancy: A real life risk 3. Pregnancy: A real life risk BRING YOUR BOOKS
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  • ABSTINENCE: Not Engaging in any risky sexual behaviors Oral Oral Vaginal Vaginal Anal Anal Skin-to-Skin Skin-to-Skin
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  • Michael Phelps Competing When He Was Young
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  • The Least You Need to Know: Identify the basic components of the male and female human reproductive systems. Describe the basic functions of the various components of the male and female reproductive systems. Describe the basic stages of the menstrual cycle and distinguish among ovulation and conception.
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  • Similarities / Differences Develop very similar structures of sex glands Develop very similar structures of sex glands Two genital tubes Two genital tubes Manufacture the hormones of the other sex. Manufacture the hormones of the other sex. Hormones of one sex are often used to treat illness in the other sex. Hormones of one sex are often used to treat illness in the other sex. Both sexes have reproductive organs call GENITALS or GENITALIA, designed for the purpose of intercourse and conception. Both sexes have reproductive organs call GENITALS or GENITALIA, designed for the purpose of intercourse and conception. Only the female has organs for pregnancy and childbirth. Only the female has organs for pregnancy and childbirth.
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  • Male Reproductive System 1 A. Two functions: A. Two functions: 1. produce sperm cells 1. produce sperm cells 2. deposit sperm cells in female reproductive tract 2. deposit sperm cells in female reproductive tract the testicles (produce sperm/testosterone) the testicles (produce sperm/testosterone) the duct system, which is made up of the epididymis, the vas deferens, and the urethra (passageways) the duct system, which is made up of the epididymis, the vas deferens, and the urethra (passageways) the accessory glands, which include the seminal vesicles, prostate gland, and cowpers gland the accessory glands, which include the seminal vesicles, prostate gland, and cowpers gland Nutrients Nutrients Mobility Mobility Protection Protection the penis (delivery) the penis (delivery)
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  • Teen Pregnancy Assignment (s) 2. Baby Budget. 2. Baby Budget. 3. Pregnancy: A real life risk 3. Pregnancy: A real life risk 1. Teen Pregnancy Fact Sheet 1. Teen Pregnancy Fact Sheet Typed Typed Title the page Title the page 1 page 1 page At least 7 facts At least 7 facts From at least 3 sources From at least 3 sources Provide url for each source Provide url for each source Must include 1 graphic Must include 1 graphic
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  • Male Anatomy Review http://www.teachingsexualhealth.ca/media/less ons/5_AnatomyPhysiologyHO_MaleAnatomy.p df http://www.teachingsexualhealth.ca/media/less ons/5_AnatomyPhysiologyHO_MaleAnatomy.p df http://www.teachingsexualhealth.ca/media/less ons/5_AnatomyPhysiologyHO_MaleAnatomy.p df http://www.teachingsexualhealth.ca/media/less ons/5_AnatomyPhysiologyHO_MaleAnatomy.p df
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  • Computer Lab Reminder Thursday
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  • Male Reproductive System 2
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  • Announcements Grades? Grades? All Make-Up Due Thursday All Make-Up Due Thursday Books (PUT NAME IN IT)!!! Books (PUT NAME IN IT)!!! DUE TOMORROW DUE TOMORROW WEDNESDAY=LAB Recent Development Assignment WEDNESDAY=LAB Recent Development Assignment FinalStudy Guide online FinalStudy Guide online
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  • Review
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  • Computer Lab Reminder Wednesday
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  • Male Anatomy Review http://www.teachingsexualhealth.ca/media/less ons/5_AnatomyPhysiologyHO_MaleAnatomy.p df http://www.teachingsexualhealth.ca/media/less ons/5_AnatomyPhysiologyHO_MaleAnatomy.p df http://www.teachingsexualhealth.ca/media/less ons/5_AnatomyPhysiologyHO_MaleAnatomy.p df http://www.teachingsexualhealth.ca/media/less ons/5_AnatomyPhysiologyHO_MaleAnatomy.p df
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  • Male Organs Scrotum: Temperature Regulation/ House the Testicles Scrotum: Temperature Regulation/ House the Testicles Testicles: sperm and testosterone production Testicles: sperm and testosterone production Sperm: the sex cells produced by the males testicles which can fertilize the females ovum. Sperm: the sex cells produced by the males testicles which can fertilize the females ovum. Epididymus: Where sperm mature Epididymus: Where sperm mature Vas Deferens: Passageway from epid to seminal vesicles Vas Deferens: Passageway from epid to seminal vesicles Seminal Vesicles: stores mature sperm and contribute fluid towards ejaculation (semen) Seminal Vesicles: stores mature sperm and contribute fluid towards ejaculation (semen) Prostate Gland: contributes most of the fluid in semen. Prostate Gland: contributes most of the fluid in semen. Cowpers Glands: secretes fluid to make semen and neutralize acid during sexual excitement. Cowpers Glands: secretes fluid to make semen and neutralize acid during sexual excitement. Urethra: where urine and semen leave the penis. Urethra: where urine and semen leave the penis. Penis: male reproductive organ Penis: male reproductive organ
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  • Swimming for your life A sperm is a tiny package with a big responsibility to fertilize the egg and create a human life. So that tiny package is loaded with gear for its important journey. A few facts: Daily sperm production by a healthy man: 10 million to 50 million Contents of average ejaculation: 120-600 million sperm; (millions deformed) Maturation

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