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Title (representative of your presentation) . Small summary of entire presentation . Addiction. Explain how and why addiction occur in humans. Include a description of the limbic and reward system. Explain h ow the limbic and reward pathways are affected by drug use.

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title representative of your presentation

Title (representative of your presentation)

Small summary of entire presentation

addiction
Addiction
  • Explain how and why addiction occur in humans.
    • Include a description of the limbic and reward system.
    • Explain how the limbic and reward pathways are affected by drug use.
    • Other information you deem important should go here.
the drugs 1 2 slides
The Drugs (1-2 slides)

Explanation

Visuals

Pictures of drug or chemicals related to the drug it’s self

  • Explain the drugs active compounds, drug class, how the drug is synthesized (created or made from)
the drugs 1 2 slides1
The Drugs (1-2 slides)

Explanation

Visuals

Pictures of drug or chemicals related to the drug it’s self

  • Explain the drugs active compounds, drug class, how the drug is synthesized (created or made from)
  • How addictive is it ad why
  • What are some statistics on your drug that are relevant or important for us to know?
nervous system 1 2 slides
Nervous System (1-2 slides)

Visual of Neurons w/ label

Parts of nervous system

Explain the major parts of a neuron involved in cellular communication.

Axons

Myelin sheath

Axon terminal

Dendrites

Synapse/ synaptic cleft

Neurotransmitter

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Nervous System (1-2 slides)

Visual of Neurons w/ label

Parts of nervous system

Explain the major parts of a neuron involved in cellular communication.

Axons

Myelin sheath

Axon terminal

Dendrites

Synapse/ synaptic cleft

Neurotransmitter

how neurons work neurotransmission
How Neurons work: neurotransmission

Explain the basic process behind neurotransmission

How do neurons transmit messages?

What chemicals are involved?

Give a general view of how this works.

the limbic system and drug
The Limbic System and Drug
  • What neurotransmitter does your drug stimulate or inhibit?
  • What are treatments (if any) for your drug? How can people avid addiction or get better?
  • How or why do people get addicted to your drug? (if not addicted how does it play with the reward pathway?)
video breakdown video title
Video Breakdown + Video Title
  • Create 3 quiz questions as follow;
  • What is/are….
  • How/why is….
  • What if….
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Video Breakdown + Video Title
  • Find a video online that descries your drug or how it relates to changes in the brain.
  • Give a general summary of the video

VIDEO here

See Mr. S for help

conclusion
Conclusion
  • If you were asked to give a presentation to a 7th grade science class on your drug and addiction, what would you tell them?
  • Construct a paragraph here about the basic science of the brain and how your drug takes over certain parts, leading to drug addiction.