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      Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
      Access Health Information, Products, and Services
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      Influence of Culture, Media, and Technology
      Interpersonal Communication
      Goal-Setting and Decision-Making Skills
      Advocating for Health


 
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Grade 7  
Health, Approved 2006  
4    Influence of Culture, Media, and Technology
4    Students analyze how information from peers influences health.   
  
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Anti-Drug Ads This site from the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign allows middle and high school students to view all the popular Anti-Drug advertisements using either QuickTime Player or RealPlayer. They can also read the transcript from the ad. (SDFSCA Approved Activity A.iii - Activities that teach students that most people do not illegally use drugs.)

Submitted by: Batch 3
From: Designed Instruction
Does Your Friend Have A Drug Problem? This quiz from the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign helps middle and high school students determine whether they should talk to a friend about their drug use. (SDFSCA Approved Activity B - Activities that involve families, community sectors, and a variety of drug and violence prevention providers in setting clear expectations against violence and illegal use of drugs and appropriate consequences for violence and illegal use of drugs.)

Submitted by: Batch 3
From: Designed Instruction
Kids Most Influenced by Siblings' Drinking and Smoking This summary of the findings of a study by Dr. Abby Fagan, first published in the 2006 issue of American Journal of Drug Issues, provides useful information for teachers and community leaders on the contributions and influence of parents, siblings, and peers on teen drug use. (SDFSCA Approved Activity C - Dissemination of drug and violence prevention information to schools and the community.)

Submitted by: Batch 2
From: Designed Instruction
Peer Pressure This interactive resource from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) will help middle school students learn about peer pressure, different forms it can take, and refusal strategies. (SDFSCA Approved Activity A.iv - Activities that teach students to recognize social and peer pressure to use drugs illegally and the skills for resisting illegal drug use.)

Submitted by: Batch 2
From: Designed Instruction
Send An E-Card This resource from the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign allows middle and high school students to send an e-card with an anti-drug message to a friend. (SDFSCA Approved Activity A.iii - Activities that teach students that most people do not illegally use drugs.)

Submitted by: Batch 3
From: Designed Instruction
Smoking This resource from the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign gives middle and high school students information on smoking and smokeless tobacco and marijuana. It also contains advice on helping a friend who is smoking. (SDFSCA Approved Activity A.i - Activities that address the consequences of violence and the illegal use of drugs.)

Submitted by: Batch 3
From: Designed Instruction
Step Up This two-page brochure (PDF) from the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign gives middle and high school students tips on how to help a friend or sibling who uses alcohol or drugs. (SDFSCA Approved Activity B - Activities that involve families, community sectors, and a variety of drug and violence prevention providers in setting clear expectations against violence and illegal use of drugs and appropriate consequences for violence and illegal use of drugs.)

Submitted by: Batch 3
From: Designed Instruction

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