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Drugs/What you should know. 8 th grade review. December 5 th , 2012. Brainstorm: Mental Illness. April 18th, 2013. Classify the flowing drugs as STIMULANTS , NARCOTICS, DEPRESSANTS , INHALANTS, HALLUCINOGENS , OR DESIGNER: LSD BATH SALTS CRACK HEROIN METHAMPHETAMINE K2 CAFFEINE
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Drugs/What you should know8th grade reviewDecember 5th, 2012Brainstorm:Mental IllnessApril 18th, 2013
  • Classify the flowing drugs asSTIMULANTS, NARCOTICS, DEPRESSANTS, INHALANTS,HALLUCINOGENS, OR DESIGNER:
  • LSD
  • BATH SALTS
  • CRACK
  • HEROIN
  • METHAMPHETAMINE
  • K2
  • CAFFEINE
  • ALCOHOL
  • NICOTINE
  • OXYCODONE
  • November 20th, 2012
  • Explain how the following drug classification effect the body:
  • Stimulants
  • Depressants
  • Hallucinogens
  • Inhalants
  • Narcotics
  • October 5th, 2012Classify the following STD’s as either viral or bacterial:GonorrheaSyphilisChlamydiaHIV HPVHerpesTrichomonasisSeptember 28th, 2012Classify the following drugs as Stimulants, depressants, narcotics, hallucinogens, or inhalants.Alcohol Marijuana Bath saltsHeroin LSD Rohypnol Gasoline Salvia OxycodoneCocaine Meth DusterPCP Morphine PeyoteNovember 29th, 2011
  • Watch video.
  • Answer the following questions. (write down questions)
  • What is the choking game?
  • Why would anyone play the choking game?
  • How does the choking game relate to drugs?
  • 11/9/11
  • Write down the following questions that you will answer after watching a video.
  • Explain why sugary drinks are bad for a person.
  • How would you educate people about the dangers of sugary drinks?
  • 2/13/2013Brainstorm (Brainstorming means writing down what comes into your brain when thinking about something) Drugs.KnowledgeSynthetic drugsDamage to brain cellsDrugs can be a good thingWays we take the drugs1 Oral,2 snort,3 smoke,4 injectionDrug classifications. Addictions KLDIn the knowledge section write down everything you know about DRUGS.January 30th, 2012
  • Explain the following terms:
  • Drug use
  • Drug misuse
  • Drug abuse
  • February 19th, 2013Explain why drugs are vital (essential, crucial, critical, important) to society? Why do drugs become a bad thing?March 20th, 2012
  • Explain what the following drug related terms mean. If you do not know take an “educated guess”.
  • Drug use
  • Drug misuse
  • Drug abuse
  • Stimulants
  • Depressants
  • Hallucinogens
  • Narcotics
  • Inhalants
  • September 6th, 2012Explain how drugs can be useful to a person.Explain why drugs are dangerous to a person.The drug classification stimulants have what effect on the body? Give an example of a stimulant.L.Q.-Lesson questions-What you should learn today.What is the purpose of drugs?Why can drugs be bad, destructive?Drug Use is ….Drug Misuse is…Drug Abuse is….Explain how a person becomes a drug addict.DrugsDrugs are substances, other than food, that change the structure or function of the body or mind.Some drugs need a prescription or are available Over the Counter (OTC).Why drugs are taken?Medicines are drugs that are used to treat or prevent diseases and other conditions.Examples: Vaccines, antibiotics, aspirin, etc. Drug use Safely and DangerouslyDrug use is the term for taking a drug correctly, following instructions for dose, time, etc..Drug misuse: is using a drug, such as a prescription drug for its unintended purpose. Example would be taking ADD medication for weight loss or for “chemical” energy.Drug Abuse: Occurs when an individual needs to take more and more of a drug to achieve the benefit they received while first misusing the chemical. Proximity partner/Ticket out the doorSummarize in approximately (about) 20 words what you learned aboutdrugsfrom today’s lesson.Share your summary with a partner.From your “partner time” add any information you missed about drugs.September 12th, 2012
  • Watch video, answer the following:
  • What drug is being discussed in the video?
  • Which states have the most use of this drug?
  • Why did the addicts start using the drugs?
  • List some effects the abusers received from the drug.
  • Predict what will happen to you or a peer if they use this drug.
  • April 9th, 2013
  • Compare and contrast the following:
  • Over the counter medications
  • Prescription drugs
  • Illegal drugs
  • Define the following:
  • Drug useDrug MisuseDrug AbuseTerms to knowTolerance: Need for more and more of a drug to get effects.Synergism- Multiplier effect; taking of two or more drugs to get greater effect.Antagonistic- taking of two or more drugs to reduce or cancel out the effects of the drugs.Side effects- reaction to a drug that is other than person intended. Withdrawal: The bodies response to the addicted person not using the drug; includes headaches, dizziness, vomiting, flu symptoms, and delirium tremors.L.Q.’s- Things you need to learn today.Define the following terms:Tolerance Withdrawal Synergism,AntagonismSide-effects.2. How do the above (preceding) terms relate to problems with drugs? (Overdose, Addiction, etc.)3. What is the difference between a drug user and a drug addict? (Use specific terms in explanation)ToleranceStartNeed for more and more of a drug to get effects.SynergismMultiplier effect; taking of two or more drugs to get greater effect.AntagonisticNo EffectStimulantDepressant
  • Taking of two or more drugs to reduce or cancel out the effects of the drugs.
  • Side effectsReaction to a drug that is other than person intended. Withdrawal The bodies response to the addicted person not using the drug; includes headaches, dizziness, vomiting, flu symptoms, and delirium tremors.T.O.DSummarize the drug related terms (5) and drug addiction in 30 words or less.Explain the meaning of the “Sorry” picture I showed you.Share your summary with a partner.From your “partner time” add any information you missed about the drug related terms and drug addiction.April 10th, 2013
  • Write down the following questions to be answered after the video:
  • What are bath salts?
  • What effects will bath salts have on the body?
  • Why are bath salts dangerous?
  • TOD
  • Describe:
  • Synergism
  • Tolerance
  • Antagonistic
  • Side-effects
  • Withdrawal
  • 9/13/12Define the following termsTOLERANCESYNERGISMANATAGONISTICSide effectsWithdrawalJanuary 31, 2012What is meant by tolerance, when referring to drug abuse.Describe an example of tolerance.September 7th, 2012
  • Explain the following terms:
  • Medicine
  • Drug use
  • Drug misuse
  • Drug abuse
  • November 15th, 2011Explain why marijuana is a very dangerous drug.February 1st, 2012
  • Watch video.
  • Summarize video.
  • Explain your feelings toward the video.
  • November 16th, 2011Describe the drug class called depressants.Explain why alcohol is the most widely abused drug.November 17th, 2011Tomorrow is your first Current Event. Describe in detail the steps you will take to complete the assignment. 2/2/12Explain then list an example for the following drug classifications:StimulantsDepressantsMay 13th, 2013Write down questions to be answered after watching videos.What have you learned about METH?Which ad do you think was the most effective?Do you think educational ads like this are effective ways to battle drugs? Explain why or why not.April 17th, 2012What is a hallucinogen?List 3 examples of a hallucinogen.February 20th, 2013
  • Describe the following…
  • Tolerance
  • Antagonistic
  • Synergism
  • Withdrawal
  • Side effects
  • Explain how drugs enter the body.
  • February 21st, 2013
  • Read Article.
  • Describe the Adderall advantage.
  • Explain how Adderall effects the body.
  • Describe the dangers of Adderall.
  • What do you think should be done to stop the abuse of Adderall?
  • Drug ClassificationsStimulants: Chemicals that increase the functioning of the Central Nervous System (CNS).Depressant: Chemicals that slow down the functioning of the CNS.Hallucinogens: Substances both synthetic and organic that alter the perceptions, moods, behavior, and reality of the user.Narcotics: Compounds that dull the sense of pain and/or induce sleep.Inhalants: Ingredients found in household items, glue, paints, gas, that when introduced in the body cause impairment of body functions.Designer Drugs:Chemicals or other substances that are used to mimic (copycat) the effects of other drugs.April 16th, 2013In what ways can drugs enter the body?Of the ways you listed (above) which is the MOST dangerous? Explain.StimulantsChemicals that increase the functioning of the Central Nervous System (CNS).DepressantsChemicals that slow down the functioning of the CNS.HallucinogensSubstances both synthetic and organic that alter the perceptions, moods, behavior, and reality of the user.NarcoticsCompounds that dull the sense of pain and/or induce sleep.InhalantsIngredients found in household items, glue, paints, gas, that when introduced in the body cause impairment of body functions.Designer DrugsChemicals or other substances that are used to mimic (copycat) the effects of other drugs.Assignment
  • Find 5 examples of a drug for each drug class:
  • Stimulants
  • Depressants
  • Hallucinogens
  • Narcotics
  • Inhalants
  • Designer
  • TODLook at the following message.Explain what the message is trying to say about drug use.Ticket Out the door
  • Define the following drug classifications:
  • Stimulants
  • Depressants
  • Narcotics
  • Hallucinogens
  • Inhalants
  • List an example for the above classifications.
  • Explain why BATH SALTS are an example of a designer drug.
  • What is the danger of so-called “Gateway Drugs”?
  • September 10th, 2012Write down the following questions. You will answer the questions after the brief video.What things did you notice about the user while on “Adderall”?Explain the dangers of using another persons prescription drugs.What would be a better choice when it comes to the viewed scenario?Stimulants
  • Chemicals that increase the functioning of the Central Nervous System (CNS). This increase or “rush” can produce euphoria.
  • Examples:
  • Crack/Cocaine
  • Methamphetamine
  • Caffeine
  • Nicotine
  • MDMA- “Ecstasy”
  • Amphetamines – Adderall
  • Methylphenidate-Ritalin
  • Immediate effects
  • Fight or flight responses
  • Euphoria
  • Wakefulness
  • Decreased Appetite
  • Anxiety
  • Talkative
  • Blurred vision
  • Muscle spasms
  • Shaky muscle movements
  • Constriction of vascular system
  • September 11th, 2012Read Article.Answer the following.1. Abuse of prescription pills can lead to …2. How would students get the pills?3. Do you agree with the statement that these pills are “academic steroids”? 4. Should known use of these pills be considered academic cheating?Long term effects* Paranoia Aggressiveness Extreme anorexia Thinking problems, visual and auditory hallucinations, delusions (meth bites), and severe dental problemsRisk of HIVVascular issues, heart disease, Stroke, etc.Severe mental illness/SuicideDestruction of teeth, nasal cavity, vesselsMay 16th, 2013
  • Answer the following questions after the video (write down questions NOW, please.:
  • What does a drug addict look like?
  • What is addiction?
  • What drugs can you be addicted to?
  • Describe some of the risk factors that may lead to addiction.
  • Where can you get help for addiction?
  • February 8th, 2012Explain why inhalants would be considered a “Gateway Drug”?What are narcotics? Explain why narcotics are so addictive.May 16th, 2013
  • Write down the following questions to be answered after the video:
  • What have you learned about Methamphetamine?
  • Which video/ commercial did you believe was the most effective? Explain.
  • Do you believe “shock” videos are effective ways to educate about drugs? Explain your reasoning.
  • September 25th, 2012
  • Read the harmful effects of Marijuana use.
  • Explain how marijuana (weed, pot, chronic) effects the following:
  • Brain
  • Heart
  • Endocrine system (hormones)
  • Reproductive systems (male and female)
  • Throat
  • Lungs
  • Immune system
  • November 29th, 2012What are gateway drugs?Describe a drug addict.Pyramid reviewInjectInhalantsAlcoholMedicinesSynergismMethamphetamineNicotineDrug useStimulantToleranceStartPyramid reviewPsilocybinHallucinogenicMushroomsDrug MisuseDepressantsSmokeNarcoticPeyoteAntagonisticLSDDrug AbuseWithdrawalStartFebruary 7th, 2012What is a hallucinogen?List three examples of a hallucinogen.April 16th, 2012How does a stimulant react in the brain?What neurotransmitter causes meth, coke to be so addictive?How are drugs taken? Which method is the most addictive, explain why?Compare and contrast stimulants and depressants.How drugs enter the body?OralSmokedSnortedInjectDecember 3rd, 2012
  • Explain the impact the following drug classifications have on the body:
  • Stimulants
  • Depressants
  • Hallucinogens
  • Narcotics
  • Inhalants
  • Describe the ways drugs enter the body. Explain which method is the most dangerous.
  • September 14th, 2010Predict the outcome of a teen who uses inhalants or participates in the choking game.September 7th, 2010/Bell ringer
  • Explain how the following drug classifications react in the body.
  • Stimulants
  • Depressants
  • Hallucinogens
  • Narcotics
  • Inhalants
  • February 25th, 2013Describe “Gateway Drugs”.Predict the outcome of a person who uses gateway drugs. (Alcohol, Tobacco, Inhalants, Choking game)StimulantsCocaine.Slang term is (hot ice).89% to 90% of women were in prison because of meth.Caffeine.Ritalin.Depressants slow downs the heart rateslang- downers, laughing gaspill form, drinking, DUI, fines, lose your driver license, Hallucinogens LSD, Mary Jane, beans7 out of 10 people die from over dose11% of high school seniors use LSD.In 2004 8% of eighth graders used LSD. changes your vision.NarcoticsMorphine, heroinOverdose, die from heart attack.You get addicted to the drugs, and when to try to stop you will get a withdraw, the body will start to ache. You could go to jail.Slang term: smack, junk, big H, horse, Mexican mudThe more pure the heroin, the stronger the dose is.InhalantsUsually found in the houseImpairment to body function specifically the brainGlue, paints, gasolineOpen sores scaring area that is ingested Rehab or prison by assaulting somebody etc.Age limits on what you can buy Can be anything Gateway drugs September 15th, 2010StimulantsDepressantsHallucinogensNarcoticsInhalants
  • For each of the following drug classifications list two examples (names of drugs):
  • September 27th, 2012Explain why are more and more people (especially teens) are abusing prescription drugs and Legal chemicals, such as bath salts or k2..April 19th, 2012Write down the following questions, watch video, then answer questions. (Only write the red font)1. Describe the choking game.2. How do you feel about the choking game?3. Why would a teen play the choking game?October 1st, 2012Brainstorm STD’s/STI’sKnowledgeAIDS/HIV Can be sexually transmitted, infection of cells. Can be somewhat treated. There is no cure. LearnedNot always bad. Drug Use. Drug Mis-Use. Drug Abuse.Different drug can effect your body in different ways.Drugs should only be used for medical use. Marijuana. DecisionsOctober 2nd, 2012Finish the D (decisions) section of your KLD chart.October 3rd, 2012Contrast a Viral STD and a Bacterial STD.HIV leads to …STD’s can be transmitted through…February 26th, 2013Complete the L and D sections of your KLD chart.Learned:Types and classificationsSymptoms/effectsLong term effectsWay they enter body: smoke, inject, snort, oralMental issues/ frontal lobe
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