Live-action roleplaying takes place face-to-face; you interact with other people through talking, acting, and occasionally combat.
Tabletop roleplaying can be done in-person or online, and focuses mainly on verbally describing your character's actions.
This is not the entire curriculum, but a sampling of the topics likely to interest readers.
You can have it so that your character kept it cleaned and sharpened all the time, so it is still durable, or it may have been forged not to long ago. Other: Pets, scars, keepsakes(like Artifacts, such as Sam's Robot or Ellie's Switchblade).SEXUAL ORIENTATIONABORTIONSEXUAL ASSAULT, HARASSMENT AND ABUSECONTRACEPTIONTEEN PREGNANCYABSTINENCESTDS AND HIV/AIDSGENDER IDENTITY/TRANSGENDERINTERNET SAFETY AND SEXTINGSEXUAL DECISION-MAKINGADOLESCENCE/DATING/ATTRACTION SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADESStudents learn that sexual orientation is “part of a person’s personality” and “defines the way he or she is attracted to others.”Different materials broach the pressures LGBT teens may face.“Gay, lesbian and bisexual teens may feel pressure to hide their sexual orientation because of prejudice,” the book used in eighth grade reads.“Sometimes family or cultural values may put pressure on a teen to hide his or her sexual identity.”A video introduces students to Sam, a gay 16-year-old from Massachusetts who said coming out had its rough moments.“I felt really alone and like there wasn’t anybody like me,” he said.The new curriculum tackles a number of previously forbidden topics, such as abortion, emergency contraception, sexual orientation and gender identity.The World-Herald took a deep dive through hundreds of pages of curriculum for middle and high schoolers. The material has been summarized, but actual wording from texts, videos, Power Points and handouts is included whenever possible.His interest in families was not limited to his own, and his sexual interests extended beyond what our society and its laws will tolerate.