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2.2: Using Reproduction – Student Materials (Human Biology)

Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12

Read the first sentence in the section to the students. Give them a few moments to share their stories if they wish. Ask if there was a time when they were given misinformation about sex or reproduction, that they later found out was not the truth. Let students know that even though this topic may be difficult, this class is an appropriate place to go for the answers to their questions.

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Conduct Activity 1-1: Teaching Children about Reproduction.

What Do You Think?

Why might young children have problems understanding the true nature of pregnancy?

What Do You Think?

Why might parents and other adults give incomplete or incorrect explanations to children about babies and reproduction?

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