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In this alcohol abuse worksheet, students create a flowchart to show the path that alcohol takes in the body, then write 5 negative and dangerous things that might happen if someone consumes too much alcohol.
Young scholars develop and run a laboratory comparing alcohol tolerance in flies with and without the ADH enzyme.
In this ethyl alcohol worksheet, students read about the characteristics of ethanol including the effects it has on the body when ingested and digested. This worksheet has 2 short answer questions.
Biology learners investigate the effect of sucrose concentration on yeast alcoholic fermentation. During the activity,they compare and contrast the processes of cellular respiration and alcoholic fermentation. They design an experiment to test whether the rate is affected by bread ingredients or temperature.
Students examine how drugs and alcohol impair athletic performance They discuss the reduction in aerobic activity through drug use and discover what is most affected by abuse. In their journals they write about how maintaining flexibility can improve the quality of life as they age.
Second of six lessons in a unit on dissolving, this one focuses on how sugar behaves in different liquids. Learners stir it into water, alcohol, and oil and make observations. This lesson can stand alone, but is best used as part of the whole, so make sure to check it out!
Young scholars observe demonstrations that illustrate the amount of alcohol in various drinks and how it is distributed in the body. They discover the effects of alcohol on the brain due to its high water content. They calculate alcohol content in drinks.
Students research underage drinking and read a report in the Journal of the American Medical Association about the issue. They interview experts on substance abuse and liquor store owners about their policies. Students publish their reports in the school media outlets.
Students evaluate advertisements for alcohol products. They watch a video, answer discussion questions, and create a collage using magazine alcohol ads with rewritten captions.
Students examine the benefits of alternatives to using drugs and alcohol. They discuss the concept of "the anti-drug," develop a list of alternative activities to be involved in, and design a poster illustrating their anti-drug of choice.
Get your high schoolers thinking about the factors that lead to birth defects. They examine how environmental factors and personal choices can cause birth defects in unborn children. They discover the effects of various handicaps such as blindness, deafness, and paralysis. In a role-playing activity, students act as parents who must decide what action to take for a child with birth defects. Background information, vocabulary, and suggested film titles are included.
In this alcohol fermentation instructional activity, students design an apparatus to study the alcoholic fermentation of yeast. Once complete, students answer 8 short answer questions.
Young scholars critically evaluate young peoples' comments on under age drinking. They map out valleys tieing together communities and drinking problems in a variety of situation. In addition, they correlate drinking and education in schools and their issues with this issue.
Students identify each of the different sobriety tests and how they are used to detect the amount of alcohol consumed by a person and the physical affects of drinking alcohol.
Students examine and discuss the family consequences of alcohol abuse and healthy ways to cope. They read and discuss a story, identify the feelings of each character in the story, and participate in a class discussion of healthy ways to cope with alcohol abuse in the family.
In this literary analysis worksheet, learners respond to 4 short answer and essay questions based on themes of Drugs and Alcohol in All the King's Men. Students also debate the validity of two thesis statements about the text.
Middle schoolers examine how advertising and media shape attitudes about tobacco, alcohol and drug use. They look at advertisements from newspapers and magazines to determine what message the advertisers are conveying to their audience.
Students examine the district's tobacco, alcohol, and drug policy to analyze violation situations. They brainstorm a list of behavior changes that indicate the use of tobacco, alcohol, and drugs, read and discuss the district policy, listen to a guest speaker, and complete an activity sheet.
Students examine ads for alcohol products to determine which audience the ads are aimed at in this lesson in media literacy. They use math and critical thinking skills to evaluate what audience those ads are aimed at.
Students examine the impact of drug use on good health and job success. They discuss signs that a person might exhibit if they are using drugs, develop a list of problems that may occur on the job due to drug or alcohol abuse, and listen to a guest speaker from a local company or store.