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  1.   Addiction
Alcohol, Nicotine, Smoking, Tobacco, Cancer, Heart Disease, Emphysema, Marijuana, Carbon Monoxide, Stroke
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  2.   Addiction 2
Alcohol, Tobacco, Drugs, Violence, Safety, Family, Life, Friend, Health, School
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  3.   Cycle Of Addiction
Values, Belief System, Judgements, Impaired Thoughts, Unmanageability, Ritual, Sincere Delusion, Preoccupation, Despair, Compulsivity
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Additional Lessons 1 - 10 of 340 for Addiction
  1.   Substance Abuse/Addiction
Educator Resources Lesson Plan Twelve Health-Related Lesson Plan For Educators. Session #12 Additional Resources Health-Related Websites LESSON PLAN LINKS Lesson Plan Index Handouts this Session Homework this Session Powerpoint Slides this Session Online Interactive Title: Substance Abuse/Addiction Presenter's Name: David White, EdD Content Area: Substance Abuse Session Number: 12 Materials/Resources Needed: Handout: "Alcoholism Assessment & Resources" Submit Health Questions Won't You Sign Our Guestbook? "Healthful Living" Objectives Met: 2.1 Dramatize a direct and indirect social harm resulting fro...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  2.   Addiction
...rising, unsettling, gross, or meaningful to their lives. Tell students they are going to prepare group reports and posters (or another type of presentation) on drugs and alcohol based on material found on the Web sitewww.kidshealth.org. The reports should include background information and focus on addiction and overcoming an addiction. Divide the class into groups. Have each visit the sitewww.kidshealth.org, click on "Enter Teens," and then select the section on Drugs & Alcohol. Have students note the four categories on the Drugs & Alcohol page. Then assign groups to these categories: Tobacco, Alcohol, Drugs,...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  3.   Tobacco Addiction
#4568. Tobacco Addiction Health, level: 3-5 Posted Mon May 9 20:59:27 PDT 2011 by Nicole (Nicole). Hunter College, New York, NY Grade: 4 Topic/Unit: Tobacco Addiction Time: 50 minutes Size and Type of class: General Ed. Class of 20 students Aim: This lesson is intended to teach and inform students about the harms that tobacco and...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  4.   Science of Addiction
Title - Science of Addiction By - MacNeil/Lehrer Productions (with the National Association of School Nurses) Primary Subject - Health / Physical Education Secondary Subjects - Science, Language Arts Grade Level - 6-12 "Science of Addiction" Segment Two Grade Level: Middle/High School Content Areas: English/Language Arts Key Concept:...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  5.   Internet addiction - A growing problem
Internet Addiction - A Growing Problem (10th June, 2010) The New York Times has reported on a problem that many of us have but are not aware of - Internet addiction. According to reporter Tara Parker-Pope, millions of us are addicted to being online. She says this is a growing problem that is making us more forgetful and imp...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  6.   Are You Addicted to the Internet?
...the start of the study - found that after nine months, rates of severe depression among "pathological" users were 2.5 times those of the others. The study was published Aug. 2 in Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine. It used self-rating scales to assess anxiety and depression, along with an addiction test that asks questions like "How often do you feel depressed, moody or nervous when you are offline, which goes away once you are back online?" Of the 1,041 subjects, 94 percent were classified as normal Internet users and 6 percent as moderately pathological or at severe risk for addiction. After nine m...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  7.   Potential Internet Addictions
Potential Internet Addictions Life Skills: Thinking & Reasoning Social & Civic Responsibility Communication Character Time Frame: 1 class period that runs 45 minutes. Summary: Understanding how to recognize potential dangers on the Internet can help students lead healthier lives. A student who spends disproportionate hours on the Inte...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  8.   Redefining Addiction
Overview of Lesson Plan: In this lesson, students learn about how addiction can have both physiological and behavioral effects. They then synthesize their knowledge by creating a sensitivity training session for counselors working with teenagers who are addicted to drugs. Author(s): Georgia Scurletis, The New York Times Learning Network Bridget Anderson, The Bank Street College of...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  9.   Conquering Addiction: The Betty Ford Center
Conquering Addiction: The Betty Ford Center Conquering Addiction: The Betty Ford Center Betty Ford: Religion, Social Issues and Reform Skill: Middle School Time Required: One week Standards Compliance NCSS Strand 1 Culture NCSS Strand 3 People, Places, and Environments NCSS Strand 4 Individual Development and Identity NCSS Str...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  10.   Drug Abuse and Addiction
...nal Institute on Drug Abuse Home The Brain: Understanding Neurobiology skip Main Getting Teacher's Student About NIH and glossary map navigation Started Guide Activities NIDA contact Teacher's Guide hand using a mouse Return to Lesson Plans 1 2 3 4 next PDF Files for PrintingLesson 4-Drug Abuse and Addiction; Explain/Elaborate At a Glance drug paraphernalia: pills, syringe, scalpel, beaker, mortar and pestle Photo: Corel Overview Students will examine data from animal experiments. Through this activity, a card game, and a case study, students learn that although the initial decision to take drugs of abuse is v...
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    Grade Level: 6-12


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