tobacco
Download
Skip this Video
Download Presentation
Tobacco

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 42

Tobacco - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 103 Views
  • Uploaded on

Tobacco . 7 th Grade Day 1 . Good Morning!. Please get out a piece of paper and a pen / pencil. . Stations. Each station has a list of ingredients Go to each station and write down what you think the product is based on the list provided Station # 4 – Different Read the question

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about ' Tobacco ' - wanda


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
tobacco

Tobacco

7th Grade Day 1

good morning
Good Morning!
  • Please get out a piece of paper and a pen / pencil.
stations
Stations
  • Each station has a list of ingredients
  • Go to each station and write down what you think the product is based on the list provided
  • Station # 4 – Different
    • Read the question
    • Write a list of 5 things
tobacco products
Tobacco Products
  • Types
    • Cigarettes
      • Finely cut tobacco rolled into a paper cylinder
      • Has been found to have over 4,000 chemicals
    • Chew – Smokeless
      • Loose leaf tobacco
      • Tobacco is absorbed through the skin
      • Over 28 cancer causing agents (carcinogens)
    • Cigars
      • Multiple types
      • Larger than cigarettes
      • Do not have a filter
      • Puffed, but typically not inhaled
tobacco products1
Tobacco Products
  • Types
    • Dip/Snuff – Smokeless
      • Fine or long cut tobacco
      • Contains fiber glass
      • Not chewed, but packed in the lips
      • Can be in pouches
    • Snus – Smokeless
      • Not as intense as dip
      • Used to bridge the gap
      • Small pouches
      • Strongly flavored
tobacco products2
Tobacco Products
  • Short – Term Effects
    • Smoking
      • Increase in
        • Blood pressure
        • Heart rate
        • Blood flow
        • Carbon monoxide and decrease of oxygen in the blood
      • Narrowing of arteries
      • Bad breath
      • Respiratory distress/discomfort
tobacco products3
Tobacco Products
  • Short – Term Effects
    • Smokeless
      • Increase in
        • Blood pressure
        • Heart rate
        • Blood flow
      • Narrowing of arteries
      • Cavities
      • Stained Teeth
      • Sores in the mouth
tobacco products4
Tobacco Products
  • Cost of
    • Smoking
      • Average pack is $5.67
      • 20 cigarettes to a pack
      • How much would it cost to smoke 10 cigarettes a day for a month? A year?
        • $85.05 – Month
        • $1034.77 – Year
      • How much would it cost to smoke a pack a day (20 cigarettes) for a month? A year?
        • $170. 10 – Month
        • $2069.55 – Year
tobacco products5
Tobacco Products
  • Cost of using
    • Smokeless Tobacco
      • Dip/Snuff
        • Average can is $4
        • How much would it cost a month to use ½ a can a day? Year?
          • $60 – Month
          • $720 – Year
        • How much would it cost a month to use 1 can a day? Year?
          • $120 – Month
          • $1,440 – Year
tobacco products6
Tobacco Products
  • Cost of using
    • Smokeless Tobacco
      • Chew
        • Average pack is $4.50
        • How much would it cost a month to use ½ a pack a day? A year?
          • $67.50 – Month
          • $810 – Year
        • How much would it cost a month to use a pack a day? A year?
          • $135 – Month
          • $1,620 – Year
tobacco products7
Tobacco Products
  • Cost of using
    • Smokeless Tobacco
      • Snus
        • Average can costs $4.40
        • How much would it cost a month to use ½ a can a day? A year?
          • $66 – Month
          • $792 – Year
        • How much would it cost a month to use a can a day? A year?
          • $132 – Month
          • $1,584 – Year
cost of tobacco
Cost of Tobacco
  • How would using tobacco products impact your ability to spend your money?
  • What on your list would be impacted and how?
homework
Homework
  • Tobacco and my life essay
  • Handout rubric and discuss
tobacco1

Tobacco

7th Grade Day 2

smoking bands
Smoking Bands
  • Why are there smoking bands in public places?
public smoking bands
Public Smoking Bands
  • Adopted statewide in 2006
    • Protects non – smokers from secondhand smoke
    • Impacts workplace and public places
      • Must remove ashtrays
      • Placement of non – smoking signs
      • If caught
        • Heavy fines
        • Can close down workplace and business
what is
What is…..
  • Secondhand smoke
    • Two types – 69 chemicals that are known to cause cancer!
      • Sidestream smoke
        • Smoke from the lit end of the tobacco product
        • Smaller particles
        • More carcinogens than mainstream smoke
      • Mainstream smoke
        • Smoke that is exhaled by the smoker
        • Larger particles (filter/lungs) and less carcinogens
long term effects
Long – Term Effects
  • Tobacco
    • Smoking
      • Heart disease
      • Stroke
      • Lung disease (emphysema)
      • Cancer
        • Lungs
        • Larynx
        • Mouth
        • Bladder
long term effects1
Long – Term Effects
  • Tobacco
    • Smokeless
      • Leukoplakia
        • Disease of the mouth
        • Causes white patches, and sores that do not heal
      • Heart disease
      • Stroke
      • Cancer
        • Mouth
        • Throat
        • Stomach
        • Pancreas
      • Tooth and bone loss
        • Mr. Gross Mouth
straw activity
Straw Activity
  • Everyone should have a straw
  • You are to breath through the straw only
    • Exercises
      • Squats
      • Jump Squats
      • Lunges
discussion
Discussion
  • How did the straw impact your ability to breath?
  • What do you think the activity represents?
  • The activity represents what it is like to breath with emphysema!
closure
Closure
  • Reminder: 8 areas of wellness homework!!
tobacco2

Tobacco

7th Grade Day 3

finger nail polish
Finger Nail Polish
  • Activity
    • Groups of 5
    • Organize desks
journal entry
Journal Entry
  • Get out your journal or a piece of paper
  • Task
    • To write/list as many situations you can that peer influence would be strong for you to use tobacco products.
    • Think about times or imagine situations that could lead to you being pressured by your peers to use tobacco products
addiction
Addiction
  • Is tobacco addictive? Why?
    • Nicotine
      • Nicotine stimulates the release of dopamine
        • This causes a good feeling
      • Withdraw from nicotine
        • Shortly after you use a tobacco product nicotine leaves the body
        • Your brain becomes dependent upon nicotine to release dopamine
        • This causes a chemical addiction in the brain to nicotine
experimentation
Experimentation
  • Tobacco products
    • Is it dangerous to experiment with tobacco products?
    • Why is it dangerous?
      • Nicotine is highly addictive
      • Immediately develop cravings
      • Asthma
    • Should we experiment with tobacco products?
      • NO!
t chart
T – Chart
  • In groups of two create a T – Chart – List multiple
    • How your peers can/do positively influence the use of tobacco products
    • How your peers can/do negatively influence the use of tobacco products
exit slip
Exit Slip
  • Why is experimenting with tobacco dangerous?
  • Why is tobacco addictive?
tobacco3

Tobacco

7th Grade Day 4

role play
Role Play
  • PP: Hey man, wanna cigarette?
  • R: NO!
    • Say no firmly
  • PP: C’mon man, don’t be a baby. Take it!
  • R: Have you seen Mrs. Godzik’s shoes today? They are really cool!
    • Avoiding by changing the subject
  • PP: Everyone is doing it. It gives you energy and makes you lose weight! Just take one!
  • R: No, I have asthma and if I tried smoking a cigarette it could kill me!
    • Giving an excuse
  • PP: Oh…. We don’t want that to happen. It’s cool!
verbal communication
Verbal Communication
  • Assertiveness is key
    • Attack the problem not the person
    • Stand up for beliefs without hurting others
  • Ways to say “NO”
    • Say no firmly
    • Repeat the word “NO” over and over
    • Give an excuse
      • Example: I tried drinking once and I got extremely sick and puked when I got home. My parents realized I had been drinking and I was grounded for a week.
verbal communication cont
Verbal Communication Cont.
  • Ways to say “NO”
    • Give a reason
      • Example: Alcoholism runs in my family and I do not want to become an alcoholic.
    • Avoid or leave the situation
    • Change the subject
    • Suggest an alternative activity
    • Ignore the problem or act dumb
      • Example: When we have a quiz and you come to class and say “Duh, I do not know what you are talking about”
verbal communication cont1
Verbal Communication Cont.
  • Ways to say “NO”
    • Find friends who feel the same way you do
      • Strength in numbers
    • Reverse the pressure
      • Focus on your friendship
      • Ask “why are you pressuring me” “ why are your on my case so much today”
    • Delay your decision
      • Shift the focus on something else or avoid answering
    • Tell your friends “I have made my decision”
non verbal communication
Non – Verbal Communication
  • Assertiveness is key
    • Posture
      • Stand up straight and proud
      • Do not slouch
    • Eye – contact
      • When using your refusal skill, look directly in their eye
      • Do not look down or show weakness
    • Confident, but not aggressive voice
      • Enough to be heard
role play1
Role Play
  • Groups of 3 – Pass out partial skit
    • Task – To fill in the blank sections on the role play and perform.
      • Three roles; resister, person pressuring, and a judge.
        • Resister: The one using ways to say “No” and demonstrating non – verbal\'s.
        • Person pressuring: the individual who is pressuring the resister to smoke the cigarette.
        • Judge: The third individual who is watching and providing feedback.
    • Everyone will play all three roles. (Rotate)
rubric for skits
Rubric for Skits

Criteria: The following is what your skits/performance will be graded upon.

  • Skit Checklist: Effectively provides the following (17pts)
  • 3 Different Ways to Say No (6) _____
  • Strong Voice (3) _____
  • Eye – Contact (3) _____
  • Strong Posture (3) _____
  • Assertive Communication (2) ____
tobacco4

Tobacco

7th Grade Day 5

use your skills
Use Your Skills
  • In groups of three you will:
    • Demonstrate tobacco peer pressure
    • Two members will be pressuring while one will be resisting
    • Each member will play both roles
      • Role 1: Each person pressuring will badger and harass the individual being pressured about smoking a cigarette. YOUR JOB is to convince him/her to smoke the cigarette.
      • Role 2: The resisters job is to use a minimum of three ways to say “No” and show the appropriate non – verbal\'s when doing so.
rubric for skits1
Rubric for Skits

Criteria: The following is what your skits/performance will be graded upon.

  • Skit Checklist: Effectively provides the following (17pts)
  • 3 Different Ways to Say No (6) _____
  • Strong Voice (3) _____
  • Eye – Contact (3) _____
  • Strong Posture (3) _____
  • Assertive Communication (2) ____
tobacco5

Tobacco

7th Grade Day 6

celebration
Celebration
  • “Today is a celebration of knowledge, so let us celebrate”
    • The health queen Judy Jagger-Mescher
ad