In the first program in the Sex Education continuum (see complete continuum), we provide provides a unique “boys-only” format for puberty education. It compares female and male reproductive anatomy and introduces the physiological changes that occur during adolescence. Educators address secondary physical changes such as voice change, increased production of sweat and oil, acne, and the growth of body hair, as well nocturnal emissions and spontaneous erections. Please note that an RCC female educator may be teaching this program.
- Increase their knowledge of human anatomy
- Understand that changes are a normal part of human development
- Increase their comfort in discussing and caring for their changing bodies
ISBE Health Standards: 23.A.2a, 23.C.2a, 23.C.2b,
ISBE Social Emotional Learning Standards: 1A.2a, 1A.2b
National Sexuality Education Standards: AP.5.CC.1, AP.5.AI.1, PD.5.CC.1, PD.5.INF.1, PD.5.SM.1, PD.5.CC.2, PD.5.AI.2, PAD.5.CC.3
*Meets IL school code section 105 ILCS 110/3