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Tenth graders test their saliva for enzyme activity. In this enzyme lesson, 10th graders conduct an experiment to test the enzymatic activity of their saliva. They relate the lack of certain digestive enzymes with alcoholism.
The Kids are All-Right
Students explore alcohol abuse. In this health journalism lesson, students read the USA Today article titled "The Kids are All Right", respond to discussion questions regarding the article, and complete an activity based on the content of the article.
Pupils examine how drug and alcohol use diminishes our ability to perform tasks that require manual dexterity such as driving a vehicle. Using gloves and sunglasses students attempt tasks and compare it with the relationsip to an impaired driver.
Family Sculpture Demonstration
Students simulate the personal interactions in a family with an alcoholic parent. In this alcoholism lesson, students read a family situation. They simulate the interactions in the family and create a living sculpture of the dysfunction.
The Early American Temperance/Anti-tobacco Movement
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.
Health And Life Skills Outcomes
Students use skills that are directly related to alcohol, tobacco and other drug choices (e.g., refusal skills, decision making, stress reduction skills)
Causal Patterns in Density Phenomena
Students investigate the relationship between volume and mass in different liquids such as vegetable oil, rubbing alcohol and water. They measure the mass of several different volumes of each liquid and then graph the results as well as calculating the density of each liquid.
Fifth graders demonstrate effective use of assertive refusal skills when declining alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. In this assertive refusal lesson plan, 5th graders role play peer pressure situation and write a brief essay on what they would do certain situations where peer pressure is put upon them.
Biology: Humans as Organisms
Students examine body systems. In this biology instructional activity, students explore the roles of different body systems and discover the effects of smoking, drugs, alcohol, exercise, and good nutrition on human body systems.
Responding to Alcohol: What's Important?
Students examine the effects on motor functions in mice. They make observations and graph their data. They analyze the data and draw conclusions in each of the three experiments.
Students discuss the effects of alcohol abuse. They analyze alcohol advertisements and consider whether the images presented in the ads are realistic or not. They discuss alternatives to drinking alcohol.
Drug and Alcohol Prevention
Seventh graders investigate the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. They prepare a written report on the chosen topic related to drugs and/or alcohol. Students utilize technology to share the information about alcohol and/or drugs with an audience.
Healthy Decision Making Towards Alcohol and Tobacco Use
Young scholars examine and demonstrate refusal skills of smoking and drinking alcohol. They take a quiz, identify alternative activities to smoking and drinking, write a journal entry, and design an anti-smoking and anti-alcohol ad.
"Death To King Alcohol!" Temperance in the 19th Century
Students analyze songs, drawings and stories from the 19th century temperance movement. They work together in groups to form a temperance society within their classroom and analyze strategies of campaigns during the movement.
Parents and Alcohol: Who's To Blame
Students use the internet to read research to find out what other communities are doing to solve the problem of underage drinking. They interview local experts and law enforcement. As a class, they debate the pros and cons of different practices of solving the problem. They develop a better policy and present to a higher authority.
Alcohol's Path Through the Body
In this substance abuse worksheet, students examine how alcohol effects the brain and body. They tell how alcohol is made and explain the 4 stages of alcohol's effect on the brain.
How Does Alcohol Affect Each Person Differently?
In this affects of alcohol instructional activity, students read and answer 9 short answer questions in relationship to how alcohol affects an individual.
"Death to King Alcohol!" Temperance in the 19th Century
Eleventh graders utilize 19th century songs, drawings, and lecture materials to explore the temperance movement in the US during the 19th century. They form a classroom Washington Temperance Society and work in groups to analyze temperance campaign strategies
Students investigate facts about alcohol by researching a the website that is provided. They discuss the online article while in small groups before writing a report and drawing a picture that show what they have studied.
In this alcohol abuse awareness worksheet, students read about a man who celebrated his 21st birthday by consuming alcoholic drinks. They read about his drinking throughout the day and then answer 4 questions about the amount of units of alcohol he consumed.