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Guided Reading A 1: Transition from childhood to adulthood A 2: Initiation Rites B 1: A time of storm and stress B 2: Through her studies in Anthropology, 2: she believed that it was an enjoyable time she B 3: Accept your physical makeup, 3: develop peer relationships, become emotionally independent C 1: Puberty C 2: Males and females experience many 2: physical changes. Height, weight, body shape, body hair shape, C 3: Boys who develop early tend to be 3: more self confident and independent. Girls can feel embarrassed and self conscious can D 1: Attitudes toward sex and gender 1: roles. Also cultural expectations for sexual behavior behavior D 2: They may become teenage mothers, 2: do poorly in school, or do time in prison do D 3: Pregnancy, STD’s, and AIDS Vocabulary Activity 4-1 Vocabulary 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. B A C B D ...
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2010 for the course SOCIAL STU 101 taught by Professor Mr.king during the Fall '10 term at Franklin.
- Fall '10