Bermuda as a nation wants to educate its young generation about HIV/AIDS and its prevention. One of the best ways this can be attained is to come up with programs to teach the youth on the importance of protecting themselves from HIV/AIDS through abstinence or engaging in safe sex.
For this program to be effective, the educators must choose the most effective presentation tools that can get the teenagers interested in learning. Teenagers’ attention span is very short (Ross, Dick, & Ferguson, 2016). This means that they will not give much attention to any program they do not consider interesting. For this reason, the presentation to the teenagers should be packaged in a way that it is thought-provoking and visual in nature (Kinsman et al, 2017). For example, the educators should ensure their presentation has many visual aids such as flip charts, posters, graphs, and actual tools that can help the students understand what is being presented to them by the educators.
These methods of presentation are advantageous in that visual aids to enable teenagers to learn and understand the various statistics associated with HIV/AIDS in the Bermudan society (Björklund & Larsson, 2018). The graphical presentations with pictures of actual people dying with HIV/AIDS may also make teenagers appreciate the actual magnitude of the disease hence they can take the prevention measures being taught to them very seriously (Kinsman et al, 2017). It is important to mention that research shows that HIV/AIDS prevention programs that taught using demonstrative strategies such as using images and graphs have more effect on reducing the rate of HIV spread in society. This would be the best strategy to use in the Bermudian project.
Björklund, E., & Larsson, M. (2018). A Visual History of HIV/AIDS: Exploring The Face of
AIDS film archive. Chicago, IL: Taylor & Francis, 2018
Kinsman J, Nakiyingi J, Kamali A, Carpenter L, Quigley M, Pool R, et al. Evaluation of a
comprehensive school-based AIDS education programme in rural Masaka, Uganda. Health Educ Res. 2017;16:85–100.
Ross DA, Dick B, Ferguson J, editors. Preventing HIV/AIDS in young people: a systematic
review of the evidence from developing countries. Geneva: World Health Organization; 2016. UNAIDS Inter-agency Task Team on Young People; p. 348. p. (WHO technical report series, 938)
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