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Starting the discussion with 8- to 12-year-old children 1. Explaining and discussing the storylines Did you like playing the game? You'll see, if you play it more often, you get familiar with it. It gets easier, because you become more experienced. You've already seen that the cards contain drawings and photographs. Everything has a meaning. They have different colours, red, blue... I'm talking about the edge now, not the picture, but the edge. Where's a blue one? We're going to turn them all. And then we form two groups. Every card has a duplicate. They have different colours, but they also have numbers at the bottom. I would like you all to try... at that and at this end of the table, to arrange them by colour and number. You see, the game contains four different storylines. There are series of red, blue, green and orange cards. This orange line tells the story... of a family that has been struck by HIV, and the story runs from... The little boy. -He's at the doctor. What do you see? The boy is on every card, so the story revolves around the boy. These are the drawings. What do you think they mean? Education. -Yes, exactly. How you can get infected. -Right. And how not to. -Right. We'll talk about it later on. And the red cards? What storyline do you see? In general. Later on, we'll discuss one or two cards separately. What do you think the main story is? It's a boy who is kissing a girl. It's also education, but more about sex education. The dos and don'ts. What's on that card? -They're unwrapping a condom. Yes, they're unwrapping a condom. We'll discuss that later on. The green ones. What do you see? A girl is stopped, her mother arrives and then she calls the childline. Yes, that's the end. Easy to see, isn't it? 2. The instructor asks who wants to pick a card. Who wants to choose and pick a card? Which one do you want to pick first? -The top one. Very well. Would you like to tell us what's on the card? Safe sex? Of course! Take the children seriously. Let them give their opinion first. They often know more than we think. What does it mean? If you have safe sex, it's always right. What is safe sex? With a condom. -Right. Or with a pill. -Yes, with a pill. When do you use a condom or a pill? You use a condom when you already have sex... but if you've done it without and you don't want to get pregnant... you should take the pill, a morning- after pill or something like that. You take it the day after. -Right, and a condom? You use it while having sex. -You have to unwrap it like this. Do you know where you can buy them? -At the chemist's. Right. Where else? -At the fair. At the fair? Wow, I didn't know. Yes, when you've won, you can choose a condom, if you want. At the pharmacy, usually. -Yes, and where else? At the supermarket. -I've seen them there, too. Great. 3. The instructor picks a card I'm going to pick a card for you now. I'll decide what we're going to talk about. This one. A watch. A watch, and what else? -A pill. A pill and a date. And I heard 'morning-after pill', but it isn't. In the context of the AIDS storyline. -Medicine against AIDS, I guess. Medicine 'against' AIDS, you say. No, go on, you're right. One pill every day, or three, in the morning, the afternoon and at night. What do you know about the pills? That you will die less quickly, if you've already got it. Exactly, because how are they called? AIDS inhibitors. Decelerators. Can AIDS be cured with medicine? Unfortunately not. Not yet, you say. That's why they are AIDS inhibitors. Hopefully, they slow the process. So what do you see now? Will you die from AIDS? Yes, in the end you will. -In the end. Where do and don't people die? -In poor countries, like in Africa. It goes quicker. -Yes, because... They don't have the proper pills. -No, unfortunately not. They don't have hospitals. -Exactly. Back to the virus. It enters your body and attacks your immune system. Next you fall ill, because you get pneumonia, intestinal infection... malaria in Africa, and maybe you've heard of TB. Tuberculosis, very good. That's what people die from, not directly from AIDS itself. 4. The instructor asks a pupil to pick a card. Would you like to pick a card from these that you'd like to discuss? This one. Show everyone the card that you've picked. Can you all see? What do you see on the card yourself? A boy unwrapping a condom. -Why did you pick that card? Because it's very important. -Why do you think it's important? Usually, if you do it safe, you have a greater chance of not getting it. What's in the picture? -A condom? And what does a condom do? It usually guarantees that you won't get pregnant. And what else, apart from not getting pregnant? That you won't get HIV. -Exactly. And apart from HIV? You can join in. -Other diseases. Other diseases, exactly. Do you know what they are called? STDs. -Right. Wow, you're great. 5. Two pupils pick a card and talk about it. The others listen. We're going to discuss the green storyline now, in front of you. You can pick a card, Victoria. You want that one? Pick it up. First, you two talk about the card, while we listen. The card goes round, so everybody knows what they're talking about. After a while, I'll ask you for a reaction... after they've discussed it among the two of them. All right? Go ahead, Victoria. And could you pass the other card around, for the other children? We picked this card, because... What do you think? I don't know, perhaps something has happened. They could have broken up. Here, her mother enters the picture. -And who's that? They go to the police. She calls the children's helpline. Perhaps he abuses her or she wouldn't call the children's helpline. And here she goes to the police. I think she's abused by him. You've seen the card, too. What do you think it shows? He's pushed her off her bicycle or something like that. The boy has beaten her or abused her or something. And she quickly tries to get away. -I think so, too. Stay in line with the pupils' knowledge and experience. Some children already know a lot, others don't. Take that into account.

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Duration: 9 minutes and 28 seconds
Country: Netherlands
Language: English
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Posted by: webfoundation on Feb 20, 2012

start, 8-12 years

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