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Students describe alcohol s a drug that can be harmful to their bodies.
Students identify the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse. In this drug and alcohol abuse lesson, students research the dangers of drugs and alcohol and prepare a presentation for the information. Students write a paper on their presentation.
Pupils simulate a family in which the members have taken on varying roles to compensate for dysfunctional behavior. They respond to this simulation and are provided with further information and resources if appropriate.
In this health worksheet, students complete a final examination about the dangers of chemical use including drinking alcohol, using addictive drugs, smoking, marijuana use, and the effects of chemicals on growth and personal development.
Students use deductive reasoning to discover rules associated with past simple construction. They utilize past simple tense to focus on empathy and dialogical reasoning in an oral fluency exercise based on a discussion/role play of pros/cons of alco
Learners examine their behaviors and determine how those behaviors are related to their families.
Eighth graders examine the importance of caring about others and offering assistance to those in need. They read a story about a man who is an alcoholic, discuss the characters in the story and write an ending for the story, read the real ending, and take a survey to find out if they were surprised by the ending.
A short selection from Susan Cheever's article, Time Magazine Most Important People of the Century, provides the text for a reading comprehension quiz. The included portion of Cheever's article focuses on Bill Wilson and his creation of Alcoholics Anonymous. An answer key is included.
Learners investigate Judy Garland's life create a media campaign focusing on the role of drugs and alcohol in her life. Students watch a video and conduct Internet research to find out about Garland's life. Groups write a newspaper article about their findings, and create a media campaign showing the impact drugs and alcohol can have on a person's life.
Eighth graders discuss information on alcohol abuse and create an informational brochure. In small groups they conduct Internet research, create a computer designed brochure using their research information, and develop a plan to promote their brochures at their school.
Students investigate the negative affects of alcohol abuse by researching a web site. They read article written by teens before completing crossword puzzles, word searches, and matching games.
Ninth graders participate in experiments to investigate the the effects of nicotine, caffeine, aspirin, alcohol, and sleeping pills on the heart rates of Daphina. They describe the relationships between common drugs and heart rates. Students evaluate impact that drugs have on animals within the biosphere.
Students experiment to create a plastic solution. In this science lesson, students use sodium borax and polyvinyl alcohol to create their solution, then identify, discuss, and chart observations on the end product.
Students read a comic about a teen drug overdose that leads to death. In this drug awareness lesson, students role play characters in the story that react to the death of their friend due to drug use in an online forum. Students evaluate the posted discussions of the characters as a class.
In this organic and biochemical compounds learning exercise, students identify compounds as alkanes, alkenes or alcohols. They compare and contrast the similarities of each. This one-page learning exercise contains 6 problems.
Students demonstrate refusal strategies and skills to stay drug free. They discuss and brainstorm ways to refuse tobacco products or alcohol, and in small groups run a relay course that involves using the refusal statements.
Twelfth graders explore the usage of alcohol fuel. In this Current Events lesson, 12th graders research the issue of using this type of energy.  Students complete a worksheet on their research. 
In this pitch worksheet, learners make sounds using rubbing alcohol and soda bottles. Students follow 4 sets of directions and answer 4 questions.
Smoking, alcohol, drugs, and solvents are the topic of this informational presentation. The causes, effects, and health issues that arise from illicit drug use are all covered. While this appears to be a learner-driven presentation, it contains simple and solid information.
Pupils complete small group activities that involve manual dexterity. They thread a screw on a nut, pass it on to the next person, until each person has completed the task. They note the time it takes. They repeat the task wearing mittens and sunglasses which simulates being impaired by alcohol. They compare the times.