Becoming Smokefree. Lesson 1. Activity 1. Draw and write everything you know about smoking. Learning Objectives. I can understand the facts around smoking. I can understand what is meant by secondhand and thirdhand smoke. I can understand how secondhand and thirdhand smoke affects others.
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Draw and write everything you know about smoking.
I can understand the facts around smoking.
I can understand what is meant by secondhand and thirdhand smoke.
I can understand how secondhand and thirdhand smoke affects others.
Tar – a sticky black substance, known to cause both cancer and lung damage.
Carbon monoxide – a gas found in car exhaust fumes.
Benzene – found in petrol fumes and causes leukaemia.
Ethanol – used in anti-freeze.
Ammonia – used to embalm dead bodies.
Hydrogen cyanide – an industrial pollutant.
Arsenic – rat poison.
Facts around smoking.
Tobacco smoke contains 4000 chemicals around 50 of which are known to cause cancer. Some of these chemicals are:
Facts around smoking.
It affects arteries increasing the likelihood of circulatory problems, strokes and heart attacks.
Nicotine is a powerful , addictive drug that affects the brain and the heart. In large quantities it is extremely dangerous.
Every year, over 81,400 people in the UK die through smoking tobacco (2009 data).
Smoking causes over 3,000 fires every year in the UK.
When somebody smokes the carbon monoxide in the smoke passes from the lungs into the blood vessels.
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Secondhand Smoke is dangerous for everyone.
Secondhand smokes involves involuntarily breathing in other people’s smoke, either from the burning tip of a cigarette or from smoke that has been inhaled and then exhaled by the smoker.
Thirdhand smoke is the toxic particles that build up and can remain on surfaces, fabric, clothing and car interiors long after tobacco has been smoked.
Secondhand and thirdhand smoke is breathing in other people’s smoke from the cigarette, their breath or on clothes and furniture..
Secondhand and thirdhand smoke affects other people’s health.
We have learned lots of facts around the dangers of smoking.
What have we learned?
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