Urban Version

A-H Requirements

The Choice Game has as its overall goal and purpose to exclusively teach the social, psychological, and health gains to be realized by abstaining from sexual activity until marriage.

10 integrated parts include all of the A through H requirements:

Part 1- STDs Urban teaches youth about sexually risky behaviors that can lead to life long diseases and other consequences.

Part 2 - Drugs Urban explains the harmful effects of destructive substances and how they dramatically impair decision-making abilities.

Part 3 - Communications/Refusal Skills demonstrates for youth effective and ineffective communication strategies and shows youth to take control of their lives and stand up for what they believe in.

Part 4 - Influences Urban examines how sex is used to sell products including alcohol and cigarettes.  Teaches how poor decision making can lead to STDs, a broken heart or an unplanned pregnancy when faced with peer pressure involving marijuana, alcohol and sex.

Part 5 - Teen Pregnancy Urban examines a real life unplanned pregnancy from both the teen mother’s and father’s points of view including feelings, lifestyle changes, and lost opportunities that having a baby out of wedlock creates.

Part 6 - My Family/Myself teaches the changing relationships that youths have within their family and, explains how these relationships affect their decision-making.  Examples are provided of youths’ feelings of self-esteem and self-respect and the role that they play when faced with difficult choices.

Part 7 - STDs Midwest provides statistics and information that the only guaranteed protection is abstinence from sex until marriage, intravenous drug use and alcohol.

Part 8 - Drugs/Alcohol Midwest examines the harmful effects of destructive substances and how they dramatically impair decision-making abilities; teaches that under age drinking and illegal drugs can destroy lives and futures.

Part 9 - Influences Midwest explains the social, psychological and health gains realized by abstaining from non-marital sexual activity; teaches that human sexuality includes deep emotional and psychological aspects.

Part 10 - Teen Pregnancy Midwest curriculum has as its exclusive purpose to teach abstinence and is consistent with the abstinence-until-marriage message.

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Abstinence ONLY Curriculum

This curriculum addresses each of the A-H Requirements as follows:

A.  The Choice Game teaches:

B.  The Choice Game teaches:

C.  The Choice Game does not promote or encourage the use or combining of any contraceptives in order to make sex "safer."  The Choice Game teaches:

Scientific Evidence On Condom Effectiveness for STD prevention, June 2000, pg 14 prepared by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institute of Health, Department of Health and Human Services, July 20, 2001.

D.  The Choice Game teaches:

E.  The Choice Game teaches:

F.  The Choice Game teaches:

G.  The Choice Game teaches:

H. The Choice Game teaches:

Future Topics

Suicide/depression; Internet safety; versions for Down’s Syndrome, Autistic, Hearing Impaired, Hispanic and Native Americans.