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Name_________________ Date__________________ Healthy Relationships and Sexuality Instructions: Using the booklet provided in class, find the answers to the following questions. Lesson 1. Being a Teen 1. Define consequences. ___________________________________ ________________________________________________________ 2. A consequence of dropping out of school may be a ____________ _______________. Lesson 2. Adolescence 3. Name 3 physical changes that take place in males during adolescence. (1)_________________ (2)_________________ (3)_________________ 4. Name 3 physical changes that take place in females during adolescence. (1)_________________ (2)_________________ (3)_________________ 5. Mood swings are a result of _____________ changes and are a natural part of being a teen. Lesson 3. Relationships and Love 6. Three skills that are essential to any healthy relationship are: a. ________________ b. ________________ c. ________________ 7. Abstinence is defined as_________________________________. Lesson 4. The Male Reproductive System 8. The main function of the male reproductive system is to produce ____________. Lesson 5. The Female Reproductive System 9. Like the male reproductive system, the female reproductive system’s main function is ___________________. 10. A myth (untrue statement) about menstruation is that it is shameful and embarrassing. The fact is that menstruation is a ___________ and _____________ body function. Lesson 6. Responsible Relationships 11. Problems with teen sex includes what 4 things? (1)_________________ (2)_________________ (3)_________________ (4)_________________ 12. A _________________ is a birth control device. 13. Which method is 100% effective in avoiding pregnancy and STD’s?________________ Lesson 7. Marriage and Parenthood 14. A __________________ is a promise or pledge. A marriage is one of the biggest ones a person every makes. 15. Besides being “in love,” another important ingredient is getting married is each partner’s emotional ________________. 16. Scientists who study marriage say that these factors are important: Age (at least _______ years old or older) Independence (having a _________ and knowing how to budge ____________ and make good decisions) Belief in marriage Approval of ______________ Being responsible Knowing each other well Having ________________ skills Having a ________________ attitude. 17. One one out of every __________ teen marriages lasts. Lesson 8. Pregnancy and Childbirth 18. During the first 2 months of pregnancy, the developing unborn bay is called an ________________. After this period and through the time of birth, the term _______________ is used. 19. Prenatal care is important because__________________________ Lesson 9. STD’s and HIV/AIDS 20. The most common of all bacterial STDs is _________________. 21. Genital _______________ are small growths or bumps that form on the sex organs. 22. Scientists have identified more than ________ strains of human papillomavirus (HPV), the virus that causes genital warts. Several of these are high-risk forms that have been lined to cervical and genital cancers. 23. Genital herpes is an _________________ STD caused by the herpes simplex virus. 24. ___________________ is an STD caused by bacteria that live mostly in the male’s urethra and the female’s vagina. 25. The deadliest of all STDs is caused by a ___________ that was unknown before 1981. It is called HIV. The final and most serious stage of HIV infection is called ____________. 26. True or False (circle one) HIV is spread through kissing. 27. True or False (circle one) HIV is spread through insect bites. 28. True or False (circle one) HIV is spread through sexual contact. 29. True or False (circle one) HIV is spread by sharing needles. 30. True or False (circle one) AIDS cannot be cured.