Health and Family Life Education Student's Book 3
This course is designed to equip secondary students for success in the real world with life skills. Reflecting the CARICOM Regional Curriculum Framework, Secondary HFLE also takes into account national syllabuses, such as those from Jamaica, Belize and Trinidad.
Health and Family Life Education meets the challenges facing Caribbean societies today, and covers sensitive and relevant topics such as HIV and AIDS, violence, health and the environment. The course can be used within dedicated HFLE subject lessons or more flexibly when HFLE is integrated within other subjects, form groups, guidance and counselling lessons or after-school clubs.
- Interactive and participatory, using mini-stories, case studies and other stimulus material
- Builds healthy attitudes, motivation, values and life skills as well as teaching information
- Each Student’s Book contains approximately enough material for one 45 minute lesson per week over a year and each lesson takes a double-page spread for easy use
- Contains four distinct themes or strands which are found in each of the three years: Self and Interpersonal
Relationships, Sexuality and Sexual Health, Appropriate Eating and Fitness and Managing the Environment