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Students select resources relating to alcohol relate dissues of drinking and driving. They explain the dangers of mixing drinking and driving. Students discuss the dangaer of drinking and driving using notes from Internet investigations. They use word processing to write an essay explaining the dangers of drinking and driving.
Students examine statistics of teenagers using alcohol and marijuana. In groups, they brainstorm the reasons why they believe usage is higher than in years past. As a class, they role-play different roles in scenerios to help them realize the effect they are having on themselves and those around them. To end the instructional activity, they review the symptoms for someone high on drugs or alcohol.
Students examine how alcohol affects the brain and what exposure to alcohol can do to developing fetuses, children, and adolescents. They observe a demonstration of the brain and the brain barrier using a cauliflower, syrup, and rubbing alcohol, and read and discuss a handout.
In this practicing scenarios and describing how to handle them worksheet, students read three scenarios about peer pressure and alcohol, write how they would react, explain their decisions and tell specifically what they might say or do in each situation. Students write three short essays.
Tenth graders consider movements to regulate alcohol and tobacco use. In this Temperance Movements lesson, 10th graders compare and contrast movements in the 1800's and the modern era as they research selected primary and secondary sources. Students write essays that compare the methods of persuasion used in the two eras to curb alcohol and tobacco use.
High schoolers investigate the interference of various drugs on an embryo through experimentation. This is an open-ended lab to allow students to see effects of various chemicals humans choose to put in their bodies and create questions they can test in future experiments.
In this alcohol worksheet, students read about measuring the amount of alcohol in a drink and they are given a formula to determine this value. Students use the formula to find the grams of alcohol in ten drinks and the number of units of alcohol in each. Students plot their data on a graph and draw conclusions.
In this alcohol and the body learning exercise, students read about the long term effects of alcohol on different parts of the human body. They answer four questions about the specific effects on different systems and organs of the body. They match seven organs to the specific long-term effect of alcohol use.
Students research the physiological and psychological effects of alcohol on the body. In small groups they read and discuss a fact sheet about alcohol, and create a news article complete with illustrations and downloaded pictures to inform others about facts they should know about alcohol.