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Puberty Powerpoint Presentation

Overall rating 3 out of 53.5 (10 ratings)

Last updated 25 January 2014, created 11 January 2007, viewed 28,599

Presentation tackling some myths about puberty in a true/false exercise followed by a wriitten task.

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from TWILIGHT22, 25 January 2014
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Thank you this will prove useful.

from Lessie, 07 November 2012
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Saved lots of time thanks

from kmicklewright, 18 January 2012
(report comment) 4 out of 5

I have adapted the activities a bit and added same/opposite sex attraction, but it's a great resource that's saved me loads of time - thank you!

from Jo151, 15 May 2011
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Opposite sex?. Last statement on the boys/girls table implies that all boys and girls will be attracted to the opposite sex - yet we know that 1 in 3 will have feelings of attraction to the same sex, or to both sexes, and that often these feelings are heightened during puberty as we make decisions about our identity.

from Tanya Thomas, 25 June 2010
(report comment) 2 out of 5
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