Monthly Archives: November 2012

Responsible Decision Making Lesson

Class on Thursday and Friday (Nov 29 & 30) began with students taking a quiz on drugs. Next, Ms. Lockwood introduced the The Responsible Decision-Making Model and students worked in pairs on a Decision Making Activity. We then began the unit on sex/sexuality with … Continue reading

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Alcohol Lesson 2

Students began class on Tuesday and Weds (Nov 27 and 28) by watching a short video on alcohol followed by a Structured Debrief. We then looked at the levels of Blood Alcohol Concentration and the effect on behavior and body functions. … Continue reading

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Lesson on Alcohol

The class on Wednesday and Monday (Nov 21 & Nov 26) began by wrapping up the tobacco lesson and looking at the benefits of quitting smoking. Students worked in pairs to ANALYSE a Cigarette Consumption Map from WHO. Ms. Lockwood also … Continue reading

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Lesson on Tobacco

Class on Mon and Tues (Nov 19 and 20) began with identifying the most commonly abused drugs world wide. Students then watched the video “No Ifs, Ands or Butts, Smoking Kills” and discussed Key Information contained in this video.

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Lesson 2 on Drugs

I hope you enjoyed your Diwali holidays! During class on Thursday and Friday (Nov 15 & 16), students began by writing down their Top 10 reasons for not abusing drugs and their top 10 ways to have fun without abusing drugs. … Continue reading

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Introduction to Drugs

The lesson on Tues and Weds (Nov 6 & 7) explored different categories of drugs. Each student became an ‘expert’ on one category and then shared key information with other students in their assigned group, so that students could complete … Continue reading

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