No, the science book in the CE1 class in Cameroon does not talk about sexuality
Since October 5, 2020, the day the start of the new school year in Cameroon, the image of the page of a book in which we describe how to make love has been around social networks. The caption indicates that this is a page from the science book in the CE1 classroom program in Cameroon.
We have checked for you, the answer is: NOT
"What is making love?" "Making love is a very intimate moment between two adults." The rest of the content of the outstanding page is really reserved for adults. Hence the overwhelming reactions since the publication of the content of this page on social networks including Facebook and Whatsapp. In 12 hours, the post recorded 472 comments and 166 reactions in a Facebook group. Most of the comments question whether the content of this page is really included in the program for children in elementary class 1, knowing that in this class the age group is 6-8 years.
To find out if this page is filmed from the science book to the program in CE1 class, we have leafed through the science book in the program in said class for this year 2020-2021. `` Majors in Sciences, Sciences and Environmental Education Practical Hygiene and Health Education CE1 '', this is how the science book is called in the program in the class of CE1 in Cameroon. 3 authors signed this manual, Daniel Thierry Tondji, Ndi NlandElie and Essi Rachel Irène edited by Asva Educaton.
What is the Book about?
The 72-page book deals with environmental education and practical hygiene and health education at 1ages sequence. The 2th Introductory sequence covers topics on agriculture and practical hygiene and health education. The physical environment and practical hygiene and health education characterize the lessons of the third sequence. The 4th sequence her, addresses the technical environment and practical hygiene and health education. The living environment and practical hygiene and health education on the 5thth and 6th sequence. In the said document illustrated by comics, at no time does one speak of reproduction.
Information confirmed by Prof. Marcellin Vounda Etoa, the permanent secretary of the National Council for textbooks and teaching materials. In a radio press release signed on October 7, he said that 'The curriculum for this subject in this class covers environmental education, practical hygiene, and health education. No sequence or lesson in this program relates to sexuality or human reproduction.. ''
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