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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.
Students examine body systems. In this biology lesson, students explore the roles of different body systems and discover the effects of smoking, drugs, alcohol, exercise, and good nutrition on human body systems.
Biology or health classmates read a case study about a family who is dealing with fetal alcohol syndrome. The PowerPoint that is supposed to be shown is not included, but there are a plethora of web resources that can be used to help you design a lecture on the topic. As a concluding activity, pupils work together to design a policy to help decrease the use of alcohol during pregnancy in their community and then write a letter to a government official using the data that they collected.
Middle schoolers are encouraged to have a sense of the importance of being able to make wise choices. They discuss alcohol abuse and crime and safety. Students comprehend the nature and consequences of anti-social behaviour. They recognize that they have rights and to hold their own views.
High schoolers identify non-alcoholic ways to entertain and/or have fun.
Students mix solutions of polyvinyl alcohol and borax. They predict what happen and record their observations. They prepare a T-chart comparing Jell-o to their mixture.
Tenth graders identify warning signs that a driver is under the influence of drugs or alcohol. They also discover passenger responsibilities to assist the driver to ensure traffic safety. Students determine common sense practices to apply in vehicles.
Students are exposed to the dangers of alcohol abuse through the study and experimentation of alcohol on zebrafish embryos. This exercise can be used to demonstrate the effects of ethanol, cadmium, and lead on embryological development.
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.
Students identify their feelings and examine constructive ways of handling conflict. In this conflict lesson students discuss how to communicate their feelings and resolve conflicts.
For 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.
Students 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.
Students explore the topic of underage drinking. They find a focus and write a news feature/analysis that reports on what the community is doing to prevent underage drinking and some assessment of the extent of the problem.
Eighth graders research the Internet to find information about how alcohol effects the liver. They talk about how alcohol consumption affects behavior and write a report with the research information.
In this alcohol and the body worksheet, 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 create a talk show skit that demonstrates the positive and negative aspects of the use of alcohol from various viewpoints. Using information from a previous lesson they prepare, practice, and perform their talk show to the class.
Ninth graders use the internet to research the effects of alcohol and marijuana. They present strategies for resisting peer pressure.
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.
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.