Alcohol Teacher Resources

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Students investigate importance of branding and messaging, especially as they relate to party products like alcohol.
Students create a diagram showing the effects of alcohol on the brain and then create a lesson plan to teach this information to middle school students. They contact middle school teachers and make arrangements for students to actually enact their lesson plans.
In this alcohol and the body worksheet, students use a diagram of the body and match each body part with the short term effects after consuming alcohol. Students answer 4 questions about the side effects of alcohol on the body using the Internet and a given website.
In this alcohol and dehydration worksheet, students experiment with potato cells and various strengths of ethanol to study the dehydrating effects on living cells. They observe their results and answer four questions about the effects of the different concentrations of alcohol on the cells.
For this alcohol worksheet, students study the dehydrating effects of alcohol on potato chips. Students take the mass of the chips before and after soaking in alcohol for 24 hours. They record their results and summarize the effects of alcohol on living cells.
High schoolers examine the reasons people use alcohol and discuss the negative things that can happen when mixing sex and alcohol. For this lesson on risky behavior, students explore the ways in which they can reduce the risks involved when mixing sex and alcohol. High schoolers read Veronica's Story and work in groups to brainstorm questions for a deeper discussion on the topic.
Fourth graders examine the statistics when it comes to teens and drug and alcohol abuse. In groups, they research the side effects of four different drugs. Using the information, they perform a skit, or puppet show to share their data with the class.
Introduce your class to alcohol content. In order to become aware of the varying strengths of alcoholic drinks, class members complete a chart and plot a bar chart with the results. They make observations about the results.
Learners study the basic disease concept of alcoholism. The determine that alcoholism is progressive and explore the levels of progression. They name the three factors contributing to the cause of alcoholism and explain each one with examples.
Seventh graders learn about John Kellerman, a youngster who was born with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. They learn how alcohol and pregnancy doesn't mix.
Fifth graders explore how it is up to them to say no to alcohol.
Fifth graders identify short and long term effects of alcohol use. In this effects of alcohol lesson plan, 5th graders participate in activities to understand what it feels like to have alcohol in their system. With the teacher they make a chart of the effects of alcohol on their organs. Then in small groups they create a poster describing those effects and write a letter describing effects.
Ninth graders identify characteristics of alcoholism, resources available to them and their family within the community and school, and look at strategies to help them increase safety and anger management strategies too.
Students read articles about alcohol poisoning from teenGetgoing.com. They discuss as a class ways to help the victim and how they would react to the situation. They role-play with the teacher, acting as the victim at first and then allowing students to reverse roles.
In this introduction to alcohol worksheet, students read through the paragraph and fill in the 27 blanks with the most appropriate answers.
Students sing the song "I Am Strong." They discuss why drugs and alcohol are bad for them. Students draw a picture showing themselves saying no to drugs. They write a short description about their picture.
Students break into small groups and listen to the procedures and guidelines for developing a slideshow presenting using PowerPoint. They then use the Internet to research alcohol, tobacco, and drug use, misuse, and abuse and create a story board for their slideshow using the information gathered during the research phase.
Students identify the effects and consequences of using and abusing alcohol and drugs. In this drug education lesson, students watch a video about underage drinking. Students research an assigned drug and compose a PowerPoint presentation to educate their classmates about the drug. Students present the information.
Through an engaging video and quiz, learn about the effects of alcohol on specific regions of the brain, as well as general effects on the body.
Seventh graders research about the characteristics and harmful effects of tobacco, alcohol and illegal drugs. For this health science lesson, 7th graders organize the information they found on the internet and create a PowerPoint presentation. They present their findings in class.