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Department of Counselor Education


School Counselor Center Resource Catalog

 

Subject: Human Sexuality

  

BOOKS

Title:  Human Sexuality / AIDS Education:  Helping Meet the State Mandate
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Publisher: Emporia State University
Date:  1988
Categories: Human Sexuality
Format: Reference
Call Number: H5400

Summary: This manual provides an outline for quality human sexuality and AIDS education in the classroom.  It provides information on communication skills, community support and curriculum guidelines. 

(Grades 7-12)

  

Title:  Human Sexuality / AIDS Curriculum (Kindergarten)
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Publisher: Emporia State University
Date:  1989
Categories: Human Sexuality
Format: Guide
Call Number: H5401

Summary: This guide includes suggested human sexuality and AIDS curriculum for kindergartners.  The topics covered include:  positive self- esteem, communication skills, emotional development, physical growth and development, personal relationships, abuse and violence. 

(Grade K)

  

Title:  Human Sexuality / AIDS Curriculum (First Grade)
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Publisher: Emporia State University
Date:  1989
Categories: Human Sexuality
Format: Guide
Call Number: H5402

Summary: This guide includes a suggested human sexuality/AIDS curriculum for children in the first grade.  Topics covered include:  positive self-esteem, communication skills, emotional development, physical growth and development, personal relationships, abuse and violence. 

(Grade 1)

 

Title:  Human Sexuality / AIDS Curriculum (Second Grade)
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Publisher: Emporia State University
Date:  1989
Categories: Human Sexuality
Format: Guide
Call Number: H5403

Summary: This guide includes a suggested curriculum of human sexuality/AIDS education for children in the second grade.  Topics covered are:  positive self-esteem, communication skills, emotional development, physical growth and development, personal development, abuse and violence. 

(Grade 2)

  

Title:  Human Sexuality / AIDS Curriculum (Third Grade)
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Publisher: Emporia State University
Date:  1989
Categories: Human Sexuality
Format: Guide
Call Number: H5404

Summary: This Guide provides a suggested curriculum for human sexuality/AIDS education for children in the third grade.  Topics included are:  positive self-esteem, communication skills, emotional development, physical growth and development, personal relationships, abuse and violence. 

(Grade 3)

  

Title:  Human Sexuality / AIDS Curriculum (Fourth Grade)
Author 1: Emporia State University
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Publisher: ESU Press
Date:  1989
Categories: Human Sexuality
Format: Manual
Call Number: H5405

Summary: This manual is divided into sections containing activities and readings for fourth grade students.  The topics covered in each section are:  Positive Self Esteem, Communication Skills, Physical Growth and Development, Emotional Development, Personal Relationships, Sexuality, Abuse and Violence.  Each section has an introduction, with the activities and the readings following. 

(Grade 4)

   

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Title:  Human Sexuality / AIDS Curriculum (Fifth Grade)
Author 1: Emporia State University
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Publisher: ESU Press
Date:  1989
Categories: Human Sexuality
Format: Manual
Call Number: H5406

Summary: This manual contains sections with activities and readings for students in the fifth grade.  The sections are divided into topics.  The topics are:  Positive Self Esteem, Communication Skills, Physical Growth and Development, Emotional Development, Personal Relationships, Sexuality, Abuse and Violence.  An introduction is included under each topic, with the readings and the activities following.

(Grade 5)

     

Title:  Human Sexuality / AIDS Curriculum (Sixth Grade)
Author 1: Emporia State University
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Publisher: ESU Press
Date:  1989
Categories: Human Sexuality
Format: Manual
Call Number: H5407

Summary: This manual contains sections with activities and readings for students in the sixth grade.  The sections are divided into topics.  The topics are:  Positive Self Esteem, Communication Skills, Physical Growth and Development, Emotional Development, Personal Relationships, Sexuality, Abuse and Violence.  An introduction is included under each topic, with activities and readings for the student following. 

(Grade 6)

  

Title:  Beyond Tolerance:  Gays, Lesbians and Bisexuals on Campus
Author 1: Evans, Nancy J.
Author 2: Wall, Vernon A.
Publisher: American College Personnel Association
Date:  1991
Categories: Human Sexuality
Format: Text
Call Number: H5408

Summary: This text is a vital resource for those facing the complex and challenging issues that confront gays, lesbians and bisexuals on campus.  It combines theory and practical applications for developing awareness and initiating collegiate programs.  The text also includes a comprehensive list of resources for learning more about the gay, lesbian and bisexual experience on campus. 

(Grades 7-12)

  

Title:  Focus On Kids - Adolescent HIV Risk Prevention
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Publisher: ETR Associates
Date:  1998
Categories: Human Sexuality
Format: Text/Activity Book
Call Number: H5411

Summary: A community-university linked research and intervention program.  The goal of Focus on Kids is to reduce the risk of HIV infection among urban youth.  The program is built on a philosophy of education in which youth are provided both the knowledge and the skills they need to protect themselves from becoming infected with HIV.  It emphasizes community involvement, and "natural friendship groups" - where each young person is asked to invite 3 to 9 same-gender friends to join the program.  Instructions, detailed session plans, handouts, and examples are provided to help you start your own Focus on Kids program. 

(Ages 9-15)

  

Title: Unmasking Sexual Con Games (3rd Edition)
Author 1: McGee, Kathleen M.
Author 2: Buddenberg, Laura J.
Publisher: Boys Town Press
Date: 2003
Format: Text
Categories: Human Sexuality
Call Number: H5413

Summary: This text presents ten new lesson plans that give the reader step-by-step instructions in teaching teens to recognize emotional grooming and the nine emotional grooming tactics, identify distorted thinking and language cons by looking at actual letters written by emotional groomers, it helps the reader learn what their physical, emotional, and sexual boundaries should be to have healthy relationships, understand the twelve steps of physical closeness and "how far to go", and practice good friendship and dating skills.

 

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VIDEOS

Title:  Growing Up Gay and Lesbian - Questions & Answers
Author 1: McNaught, Brian
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Publisher: Front Range Educational Media Corporation
Date:  1993
Categories: Human Sexuality
Format: Video
Call Number: H5409

Summary: Award winning host Brian McNaught presents a compelling look at the challenges of growing up gay in a heterosexual world.  Discovering that you or someone you know is gay can be one of the most difficult revelations in one's lifetime.  This video tackles the issues of self acceptance and coming out to peers and loved ones.  It's a primer of strategies for effective living.  (56 min.) 

(Grades 7-12)

  

Title:  Straight From the Heart - A Journey to Understanding and Love
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Publisher: Woman Vision Productions
Date:  1994
Categories: Human Sexuality
Format: Video
Call Number: H5410

Summary: This video examines the issues parents face in coming to terms with having a gay or lesbian child.  It presents simple stories about real people: a police chief who talks about how proud he is of his lesbian daughter; a Mormon family whose son is believed to be the first gay man in Idaho to have died from AIDS and, a black woman and her two lesbian daughters who have been accused of "catching" their lesbian predilections from white people.  Perhaps one of the most moving segments revolves around Dr. Roscoe Thorne and his son Tracy, the naval aviator who was drummed out of the military in 1993 after admitting that he is homosexual.  This video presents a moving account of parents' struggles with homophobia as they journey to new understanding of the children they love. 

(Grades 7-12)

  

Title:  It's Elementary - Talking About Gay Issues in School
Author 1: Chasnoff, Debra
Author 2: Cohen, Helen
Publisher: Women's Educational Media
Date:  1996
Categories: Human Sexuality
Format: video
Call Number: H5412

Summary: Most adults probably don't see why or how schools should address lesbian and gay issues with young children.  With inspiring classroom footage, It's Elementary urges educators and parents to rethink their assumptions.  This beautifully crafted film shows what actually happens when teachers lead class discussions that address anti-gay prejudice.  It makes a powerful case that children need to be taught respect for ALL - and that this kind of education needs to start in elementary school.  (77 min.) 

(Grades K-12)

 

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