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Educate your class about blood alcohol levels by combining health with math practice. Class members read a little bit about blood alcohol concentration and then solve some problems related to determining alcohol levels and alcohol processing.
What should young people think about before drinking alcohol? Have your class consider the eight reasons listed here, some of which are facts, and others opinions. Pupils rank each statement from one to eight, where one is the most persuasive reason and eight is the least persuasive.
Learners obtain a clearer understanding of their knowledge about alcohol, recognize that their attitudes, beliefs, & knowledge about alcohol may be different from their peers, and gain experience with scientific methods.
Students investigate alcohol safety by researching the Internet. In this drugs and alcohol lesson, students discuss the legal drinking age and brainstorm the problems drinking can cause. Students complete a worksheet about making good choices.
Students investigate how even low concentrations of alcohol affect a person's functioning. They examine alcohol-related risks affect both the individual and the public. They create a policy for alcohol use and defend its use.
Ninth graders use the Internet to research the liver and the effects of alcoholism. In this alcohol addiction lesson students divide into groups and get information on their topic.
Middle schoolers are introduced to the effects of drugs, alcohol and tobacco. In groups, they research how drugs and alcohol affect the body in terms of getting the nutritional values that it needs to be healthy. They also discuss how emotions and their self-worth can affect their likelihood in using drugs and alcohol.
Students, in groups, research the physical, psychological and social effects of alcohol and marijuana on the people who use them. They prepare a class presentation with their research.
Biology classes will bubble with excitement as they complete this assignment. Beginning with an informative overview of cellular respiration and fermentation processes, the highlight comes as an experiment in determining the rate of alcoholic fermentation in yeast. This is accomplished by providing various concentrations of sucrose solution and measuring the amount of carbon dioxide produced during respiration. This lab sheet will keep young scientists organized and on-task.
Students examine how alcohol companies use sponsorship of sports to promote their products. They complete a survey, analyze the results, and research the sports sponsorship portfolios of five beer companies.
Students explore reasons the alcohol industry needs replacement (new) drinkers and how it exploits the needs and desires of young people in order to foster brand loyalty.
High schoolers analyze ads and learn about the effects of alcohol. Note that the PowerPoint mentioned in the procedure is not included, so you will need to prepare your own presentation. After the lecture, segue into fetal alcohol syndrome. Your class will research physical and emotional characteristics of this birth defect. Finally, they develop a public service announcement to discourage the use of alcohol. Teacher's notes, resource links, worksheets, and a grading rubric are available for your use.
Make your young scholars critical consumers of media, and foster an awareness of how culture is reflected and shaped by media. This resource covers how alcohol advertising presents and promotes gender stereotypes. After a discussion on stereotypes, learners examine alcohol ads and create a survey to find out how their peers feel about alcohol, advertisements, and gender. Some ads used in this resource may be inappropriate.
In this alcoholism in Russia activity, students read the article, answer true and false questions, complete synonym matching, complete phrase matching, complete a gap fill, answer short answer questions, answer discussion questions, write, and more about alcoholism in Russia. Students complete 10 activities total.
Fifth graders describe effects of alcohol on the brain and body. They identify effective statements for saying "no" to alcohol and underage drinking.
Students investigate the various effects of alcohol on the brain. They discuss why they think young people drink, take a true or false quiz about misconceptions about alcohol, and discuss the results of the quiz.
In this alcohol and the body worksheet, students are given the facts about alcohol absorption in the body. Students use a given diagram to label the areas of the body where alcohol is absorbed. They also label the organs of the body that are affected by alcohol.
In this blood alcohol worksheet, students read about the factors that affect a person's blood alcohol concentration. Students use a given formula to calculate the amount of alcohol in a list of four different drinks and apply their results to determine the amount of alcohol in the bloodstream after a given time. Students plot their results on a graph and answer two more questions.
In this alcohol worksheet, students read about responsible alcohol drinking and effects of alcohol on the body. Students answer 3 questions in pairs or a small group using the "Fact Zone" on the "Talk about Alcohol" website. They also discuss under age drinking as a group.
In this kids and alcohol worksheet, students read the article, answer true and false questions, complete synonym matching, complete phrase matching, complete a gap fill, answer short answer questions, answer discussion questions, write, and more about kids and alcohol. Students complete 10 activities total.