TYPES OF ACTIVITIES

Per topic above you will find a range of activities. You can choose from the activities to put your own lesson together according to the time available. You can choose for example to use the info cartoon for one lesson and in the following lesson do one of the other activities. Please see also the information on the participatory learning to know more about constructing effective lessons in order to positively change attitudes, inform young people and achieve skill building. You can also read the activity guidelines to get some extra tips per type of activity.

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Here follows an explanation of each type of activity;

Goals:
Performance objectives / young people should be able to.... These are as per the FLHE curriculum. The goals are only seen on the teacher's side.

Warm up:
Energize young people / prepare them for the subject of the lesson.
Warm up's contributes to skill building.

Info cartoons:
A presentation of the facts on the topic in question. The virtual peer educators, Mosa, Aisha, Yusuf and Maryam share the information in a dialogue form, just like a comic.
Info cartoons contribute to informing young people.

Make:
A creative activity. Can be done on the computer or on paper.
Make activities contribute to positively change attitudes and skills building.

Discuss:
A group activity
Discuss activities contribute to positively change attitudes and skills building.

Game:
An interactive and educative computer game
Games contribute to informing young people and positively change attitudes.

Quiz:
An interactive self assessment for young people
Quizes contribute to informing young people and positively change attitudes.

Tips:
A list of tips regarding this topic.
Tips contribute to informing young people and skill building.