We found 629 reviewed resources for tobacco
The Early American Temperance/Anti-tobacco MovementLesson Planet
Tenth graders consider movements to regulate alcohol and tobacco use. In this Temperance Movements lesson plan, 10th graders compare and contrast movements in the 1800's and the modern era as they research selected primary and secondary...
What's so hard about saying no? Refusal Skills Role-PlayingLesson Planet
6th - 8th
Students practice refusal skills to cope with peer pressure. In this refusal skill lesson, students work in groups to create their own skit about pressure to use tobacco. They show how they can use the 7 refusal skills taught on the Dig...
Drug Use and Abuse: Past and PresentLesson Planet
10th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Pick your poison: tobacco, alcohol, opiates, cocaine, or marijuana. An online exhibition launches a research project that asks groups to select one of the five drugs and gather information on how the use of the drug and the regulations...
What You Need to Know about Marijuana Use and PregnancyLesson Planet
7th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Some people believe that using marijuana during pregnancy is safer than smoking tobacco, but studies show several negative impacts on babies whose mothers used marijuana while they were pregnant. Use a fact sheet to educate learners...
The Tobacco Time Bomb: What's In A Cigarette?Lesson Planet
4th - 12th
For this enlightening and disturbing health lesson, students read and discuss information on smoking and closely-look at the ingredients in a cigarette. You will be amazed at the list of ingredients that are found in cigarettes. This...
Marijuana: Breaking Down the BuzzLesson Planet
7th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Teenagers get the real information about marijuana use based on the history of tobacco legislation and research. As they read an educational passage about marijuana laws, science, and changing attitudes, they address their preconceptions...
Healthy Decision Making Towards Alcohol and Tobacco UseLesson Planet
6th - 12th
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.