In school we had just finished the HIV/Aids curriculum in school. We do this week to two week long program every year, of course as we get older the information becomes more complicated. I think that it is a good thing to teach every year because it helps kids become aware. One of the main ideas that is always repeated every year is that a person should choose to stay abstinence in order to have a good chance of not catching an STI or possibly HIV, that along with not sharing needles is repeated. However, this year, a new addition was added that I think helped us learn. The game of Jeopardy was used to help us review everything we learned in the unit. It was a fun way of trying to remember and we really tried to rack our brains. I think that when it comes to learning and high school students, creating a fun and creative way to learn helps. Sometimes long and tedious speeches don't catch a students attention.