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Year 7 & 8 Drugs Lesson 1 How safe is alcohol? Learning Objective To explore the risks involved in drinking alcohol. PLTS Objective Team Workers To become a cooperative classroom and supportive team members. Learning Outcomes To define and explain what drug use is.

(L5/6) To explain the impact of alcohol use on individuals, families and society. (L5/6) To evaluate how far alcohol should be freely available to society. (L6/7) Bell Work Your task is to create a law on alcohol _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ Stretch and Challenge: why do we need laws on alcohol? The effects of alcohol https://www.truetube.co.uk/film/story-heart https://www.truetube.co.uk/film/alcohol-an

d-cigarettes-dance Timed Pair Share Partner A Why can alcohol be considered a drug? Partner B What makes one alcohol drink stronger than the other? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7F5o3NSHMoM To define and explain what drug use is. (L5/6) PLTS- To become a cooperative classroom and supportive team members. Strength of Different Types of Alcohol?

Which/how many of these drinks can adults have and stay within the units limit? 750ml 1 pint lager 500ml 50ml 275ml State the unit strength of at least four alcoholic drinks Answers. 9 750ml

1 pint lager 500ml 3 2.5 2.3 50ml 275ml 1.5 Task 2-Jot Thoughts

Why do people drink alcohol? Peer pressure To celebrate To get rid of stress To copy someone who is a role model To get over problems To enhance your mood, makes you feel good, high

Because of feeling unwanted To increase confidence Trying to fit in To get attention To forget parent child conflict situations Curiosity

Makes them feel grown up To be popular Task 3- TV advert Watch the film clip. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpB1Y8be Gt0 What message is the government trying to give us in this advert? Task 4 In your teams read through the information provided. Take it in turns to identify and explain

where the information fits into your 6 hats chart. e.g. Estimated that alcohol and drink related violence costs the police force 7billion because. = ___________hat Extension- add further points to support your statements from the details around the room. LO: To explain the impact of alcohol use on individuals, families and society. (L5/6) Task 5 Level 5 Target (Spag+4) Create a poster identifying and

beginning to explain the impact of teen drinking. Level 6 Target (Spag+4) Level 7 Target (Spag+4) Write a Alcohol is a newspaper dangerous article explaining substance and the problem of

should be made alcohol a controlled consumption to drug. individuals, families and Explain how far society as a you agree with whole. this statement. LO: To explain the impact of alcohol use on individuals, families and society. (L5/6) LO: To evaluate how far alcohol should be freely available to society. (L6/7)

Plenary Pose Pause Pounce Bounce Are the laws concerning the sale and use of alcohol strong enough? Why? To evaluate how safe drugs of any kind are. (L5/7) To explain how we can protect ourselves when taking medication. (L5/6) Social effects Excessive alcohol consumption can lead to many crimes including violence, vandalism and rape.

One report found that 58% of rapists had been drinking beforehand. In total problems caused by alcohol cost the country 21 billion a year. Estimated that alcohol and drink related violence costs the police force 7billion Link the statements to the correct thinking hats sections. Tax Every alcoholic drink whether bought in a supermarket or in a pub has been taxed This tax helps fund the government and so

some people think that it earns the government more money than its costs in NHS and police bills. It is estimated that the revenue from alcohol in the UK is around 11.5billion Physical Effects Drinking alcohol can cause both long term and short term damages including skin problems, Memory can be damaged, Mood swings. Risk of high blood pressure. Damage to your liver that can cause cancer. Very addictive, Can cause depression. All: Can identify what a unit of alcohol is. Most: Can explain reasons for and against alcohol. Some: Can evaluate whether alcohol should be available.

Effects of Alcohol Misuse on Health Physical and Psychological Effects Of Alcohol Misuse Physical Shakiness

Loss of balance Loss of memory and brain damage Pancreatitisis Agitation Liver damage Stomach ulcers Loss of Memory Seizures and headaches

Psychological Schizophrenia Long-term depression Paranoia Confusion Violence Hallucinations Suicidal Thoughts Panic attacks Dramatic mood swings

Alcohol Misuse, family and Society Family break down e.g. divorce Arguments Mistrust Fallouts Increased crime Increased violence Increased costs to NHS

Financial crisis and instability Children will ashamed and lose self-esteem and confidence Costs caused by absence from work Children may be vulnerable and hopeless Arguments and domestic violence Loss of friends

homelessness Sexual abuse Cost of drug addiction treatment PD Homework Work with an adult at home to answer this question. What are the social, moral, cultural and spiritual impacts of alcohol abuse? S M S C

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