Wise Up HPV Girl Talk

Wise Up HPV Girl Talk helps to develop pupils’ understanding of HPV and its link to cervical cancer. Pupils will have an opportunity to discuss their worries and concerns and understand the need to be vaccinated against HPV infection before they become sexually active.

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Provides notes and considerations for teachers and an overview of all Wise Up resources.

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Presentations

Self-contained presentations including film and music

Prezi (1)

For classroom use: uses dynamic slide transitions.

Prezi (1) Presenter Notes
Comprehensive presentation support notes include discussion suggestions, support facts and explanations.

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Prezi HPV Girl Talk for Parents (Arabic)
Including Presenter Notes

For use at School Assemblies and Parents’ Evenings this version of the Prezi and Notes may be particularly useful in presenting to parents or community groups when supported by the FAQ Leaflet developed in consultation with the Muslim Council of Britain.

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Prezi HPV Girl Talk for Parents (Urdu)
Including Presenter Notes

For use at School Assemblies and Parents’ Evenings this version of the Prezi and Notes may be particularly useful in presenting to parents or community groups when supported by the FAQ Leaflet developed in consultation with the Muslim Council of Britain.

Download Prezi and Presenter Notes together.

Prezi HPV Girl Talk for Parents (Punjabi)
Including Presenter Notes

For use at School Assemblies and Parents’ Evenings this version of the Prezi and Notes may be particularly useful in presenting to parents or community groups when supported by the FAQ Leaflet developed in consultation with the Muslim Council of Britain.

Download Prezi and Presenter Notes together.

Prezi HPV Girl Talk for Parents (Bengali)
Including Presenter Notes

For use at School Assemblies and Parents’ Evenings this version of the Prezi and Notes may be particularly useful in presenting to parents or community groups when supported by the FAQ Leaflet developed in consultation with the Muslim Council of Britain.

Download Prezi and Presenter Notes together.

PPT HPV Girl Talk
Including Presenter Notes

PowerPoint version of HPV Girl Talk Prezi.

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Films

Also embedded within the Prezi's.

HPV Girl Talk
English

(running time 6mins 6secs)

Teen girls talk about their thoughts and feelings about HPV vaccination and respond to questions.

HPV Girl Talk
Arabic subtitles

(running time 6mins 6sec)

HPV Girl Talk film with Arabic subtitles.

Teen girls talk about their thoughts and feelings about HPV vaccination and respond to questions.

HPV Girl Talk
Urdu subtitles

(running time 6mins 6sec)

HPV Girl Talk film with Urdu subtitles.

Teen girls talk about their thoughts and feelings about HPV vaccination and respond to questions.

HPV Girl Talk
Punjabi subtitles

(running time 6mins 6sec)

HPV Girl Talk film with Punjabi subtitles.

Teen girls talk about their thoughts and feelings about HPV vaccination and respond to questions.

HPV Girl Talk
Bengali subtitles

(running time 6mins 6sec)

HPV Girl Talk film with Bengali subtitles.

Teen girls talk about their thoughts and feelings about HPV vaccination and respond to questions.

Curriculum & Additional Resources

Lesson plans and worksheets provide guidance for using stimulus resources to extend discussions and reinforce key teaching points.

Teacher Notes

Provide notes and considerations for teachers and an overview of all Wise Up resources.

Lesson Plan – Vaccination

Pupils (girls) will learn about the immune system, how vaccinations work and their impact in reducing the spread of disease throughout the world.

Worksheet A – Vaccination

For use with Lesson Plan – Vaccination.

Worksheet B – In the News

For use with Lesson Plan – Vaccination.

FAQ Leaflet

For use with Prezi for Parents’ Evening or community groups.

Developed in consultation with the Muslim Council of Britain.

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