Growth and Development
1. Introduce the activity by assuring the class that many young people are concerned about that time when they grow and develop and become physically capable of producing babies (reproducing).
2.Point out that the timing of puberty (when an individual begins to notice changes) depends on genetics so we must think about the male members of our families and begin to communicate with them about our concerns.
3.Use the following masters for transparencies that can aid the facilitator's discussion.
4.Each program booklet contains the "Male Anatomy" and can be labeled by each participant.
5.Facilitator continues discussion about puberty, growth and development for the time allowed.
6.The question and answer time may be used for additional information if no questions arise.