Shows a seventh-grade class as they view and discuss an animated film which traces human growth from conception to adulthood. Differences in male and female structural development are emphasized. A mixed group of seventh grade youngsters in a class situation view and discuss animated film. The film traces human growth and development of the organism from mating through pregnancy and birth, then from infancy through childhood and adolescence to the adult form. Differences in male and female structural development are emphasized.
December 2, 2021 Subject:
There was A name for this
"The Birds and the Bees"
"a little blood..." My ass! Cindy Naguire collapsed right in front of our class in 7th grade. She claimed she almost bled to death.
So cutting that cord doesn't hurt much. What about that foreskin? Not even mentioned.
Good film relating stuff I didn't think they even knew yet.
July 15, 2017 Subject:
Aunt Sarah doesn't lke you either.
Not a bad sex ed film, that mainly uses a animated film to talk about how your body changes. It starts out amazingly though, with a kid leafing through a book of naked African kids while the parents nod approvingly! Then we go to class, but before the film, we get some lessons on a FREAKING OVERHEAD PROJECTOR! Oh, did I love seeing one of those again.