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A 5 th Grade Lesson. “Drugs”. By: Emily Duncan Kaleigh Patterson Rinese Hanson. Shooting a jump shot Batting a baseball Serving a tennis ball Downhill skiing Spiking a volleyball Swinging a golfclub Throwing a football Shooting an arrow Swimming underwater Dunking a basketball.

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drugs

A 5th Grade Lesson

“Drugs”

By:

Emily Duncan

Kaleigh Patterson

Rinese Hanson

e nergizer

Shooting a jump shot

  • Batting a baseball
  • Serving a tennis ball
  • Downhill skiing
  • Spiking a volleyball
  • Swinging a golfclub
  • Throwing a football
  • Shooting an arrow
  • Swimming underwater
  • Dunking a basketball
Energizer
the standards

The Standards

HE5.5-Students will demonstrate the ability to use decision making skills to enhance health

NHES.6- Students will demonstrate the ability to use goal-setting and decision-making skills to enhance health

the topics to be discussed

Prescription Pills

  • Alcoholic Beverage
  • Street Drugs
The topics to be discussed:
slide5

Prescription Pills:a licensed medicine that is regulated by legislation to require a medical prescription before it can be obtained. The term distinguishes it from over-the-counter drugs because those can be obtained without a prescription

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Prescription drugs are the second most commonly abused category of drugs, behind marijuana and ahead of cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and other drugs.

  • Some prescription drugs can become addictive, especially when they are used inconsistently with their labeling or for reasons they were not prescribed.
    • Only take prescription that is prescribed for you!
    • Only take the amount the doctor recommends!
    • Only take the medicine if you are having the symptoms that the medicine was prescribed to you for!
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Alcoholic Beverage:a liquor or brew that contains alcohol is a central nervous system depressant and in smaller amounts can appear to have a mild stimulant effect

statistics

About 5,000 youth under the age of 21 die from motor vehicle accidents, other unintentional injuries, homicides, and suicides…all of which include alcohol consumption

  • 1,900- motor vehicle crashes
  • 1,600- homicides
  • 300- suicide
  • 200- unintentional injuries
  • More than 40% of children who tried alcohol before the age of 15 became alcoholics later in life
Statistics
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Street Drugs:a substance that is purchased from a drug dealer; it can be a legal substance but being used for the wrong reasons and sold without a prescription; it can be illegal to posses

pledge to be drug free

As a Drug Free Kid, I pledge to lead the way by:

  • Living a drug-free life
  • Showing my friends that a drug free life is more fun
  • Helping my fellow Drug Free Kids
  • Learning more about how drugs really harm people
  • Telling people the truth about the harmful effects of drugs
  • Helping my family and friends to be drug-free
  • Setting a good example to all children, by leading the way to a drug-free USA
Pledge to be DRUG FREE!
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