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Update 10/29/2014
The Health Science curriculum is now complete on IOER.

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Drugs & Addiction (Module 3)

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Thematic Lessons: Addiction, Barriers to change, Drugs of abuse, Tobacco, Alcohol, Marijuana, Prescription drugs, Substance abuse treatment. Skill Lessons: Graphing, Factor-outcome webs. Case Studies: Cocaine abuse, Teen substance abuse.

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Major Standards

  • Analyze how public health policies, laws and the media function to prevent and control illness (e.g., product and food labeling, food safety and handling, school immunizations).
  • Evaluate progress toward the attainment of a health goal.
  • Explain immediate and long-term impacts of health decisions to the individual, family and community.
  • Use resources from home, school, and community that provide valid health information.
  • Analyze how public health policies and government regulations can influence health promotion and disease prevention.
  • Analyze personal susceptibility to injury, illness, or death if engaging in unhealthy behaviors.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of health promotion and illness prevention methods using data from actual situations (e.g., impact of worksite health promotion programs).
  • Use skills for communicating effectively with family, peers, and others to enhance health.
  • Understand the effects of healthy living on individuals and their future generations (e.g., not using alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs during pregnancy).
  • Analyze how some health risk behaviors can influence the likelihood of engaging in unhealthy behaviors.
  • Explain how health and safety problems have been altered by technology, media and medicine (e.g., product testing; control of polio; advanced surgical techniques; improved treatments for cancer, diabetes and heart disease; worksite safety management).
  • Determine the accessibility of products and services that enhance health.
  • Explain strategies for managing contagious, chronic and degenerative illnesses (e.g., various treatment and support systems).
  • Demonstrate a variety of behaviors to avoid or reduce health risks to self and others.

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M3 Drugs & Addiction - Assessments

M3 Drugs & Addiction - Assessments

3.1 - Addiction

This lesson will provide a basic foundation of understanding about addic...

3.2 - Barriers to Change

This lesson will introduce students to three basic barriers to change w...

3.3 - Drugs of Abuse

This lesson will provide students with an overview of the major classes...

3.4 - Tobacco

This lesson will provide an opportunity for students to examine the curr...

3.5 - Alcohol

This lesson provides students with background information on the effects...

3.6 - Graphing

This lesson will provide students with some basic skills and practice on...

3.7 - Marijuana

This lesson will provide students with an opportunity to practice the sk...

3.8 - Prescription Drugs

This lesson will challenge students to compile evidence from graphs and...

3.9 - Substance Abuse Treatment

This lesson will expose students to some background on the identificati...

3.10 - Alexandria's Case (Patient - Drug Abuse)

Alexandria is a teenager who used to always be happy and content with li...

3.11 - Factor-Outcome Webs

This lesson will provide students with a new method in their toolkit, th...

3.12 - Teen Substance Abuse Case (Population)

Youth today face many risks, but drugs abuse remains near the top of the...

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