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Title V Correlations

See how each Choosing the Best curriculum meets Title V, A-H criteria.

CTB-Title V Correlation

State Correlations

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Choosing the Best LIFE:

a complete, easy-to-use program

  • Leader guide (see picture below) details teaching objectives, outline, plan, and optional classroom exercises and homework assignments. Conveniently features student curriculum on each page.
  • Video vignettes for each lesson and optional STD slide presentation
  • Student manual with interactive exercises
  • Colorful posters to reinforce healthy choices and positive behavior
  • Handy binder for easy storage
  • Title V approved

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For Upper Middle School – 8th Grade

Direct enough to command teens’ attention, this 8-session curriculum also helps communicate, dynamically and positively, the value of committing to sexual delay. Videos that open each lesson lead naturally to discussion. Each 50-minute segment balances information about healthy choices with role-plays that help guys and girls practice saying “NO.” Topics include:

  • Sex, Emotions and Self-Respect
    Teens learn how guys and girls can sometimes view sex differently, while grappling with the emotional impact of sex before marriage.
  • Sex, Alcohol and Respect
    Teens hear painful stories of mixing alcohol and sex, as they learn startling statistics about alcohol.
  • Sex, STDs and Honesty
    A powerful video introduces students to the consequences of sexually transmitted diseases. They see for themselves the damage of specific STDs.
  • Sex, Pregnancy and Responsibility
    A real-life teen couple shares the struggle of an unintended pregnancy. After teens evaluate choices and consequences, they see the value of delaying sex.
  • Sex, HIV and Compassion
    After watching two young adults share how it feels to live with AIDS, teens separate myths from facts about HIV/AIDS, and in the process, learn compassion.
  • Sex, Love and Healthy Choices
    Teens hear others share why they’ve chosen sexual delay. After evaluating the options for themselves, students are given the opportunity to commit to delaying sex until marriage.
  • Sex, Limits and Self-Discipline
    Beginning with self-discipline, teens learn practical ways to handle sexual pressure from peers and others.
  • Sex, Saying “NO”and Courage
    Practical role-plays enable students to develop and sharpen assertiveness skills.

Choosing the Best LIFE