Make sure to review the grading rubric to understand how your work will be assessed.
Please answering the following questions, writing roughly 2 paragraphs for each:
Why were sexuality education films originally developed? How did these educational attempts address changes in American technology and culture over the years (in terms of scientific advances, gender ideology, social movements, media, etc.)? Do you think films are the best way to present sexuality information? Why or why not? (5 points)
Why do you think some films included information about male masturbation, but none has anything about the same topic for females? Do you think this is appropriate? Why or why not? Are there any topics that you think need to be discussed differently for males and females? If so, what? Why? (5 points)
What components do you think are important for an effective sexuality education program, based on what you learned from the video, the material in the textbook, and your own experience? Read the Sexuality Education section at the end of Chapter 8 (p. 190-195)<<<<< Attached photos of the pages, to help answer this question. Make sure to include an APA style in-text citation for any material that you read in the textbook. (5 points)Assignment guidelines:
Use APA style formatting and in-text citations for any material you discuss that comes from the textbook (see OWL Purdue APA (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.).Times New Roman 12 point font
1 inch margins
You do not need to put your name or the title of the documentary on the top of your assignment.
To earn full points, your response should be 2.5 – 3 full pages in length.There is no minimum page requirement, but that length will allow for the level of detail required to fully answer all parts of each question.
Reference actual facts from the video in your responses.The point is to demonstrate that you watched the entire video and paid attention.
You must make connections between the video and the textbook to earn full points.