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ALCOHOL:

  • "Targets" Lesson Plan
    For grades 7-12. Students learn to interpret alcohol advertising messages
    and understand the realities of alcohol use.

ARTS:

COLLEGE:

COMPUTERS:

DATING VIOLENCE:

DEATH, DYING, AND BEREAVEMENT:

DEPRESSION, MENTAL HEALTH, AND SUICIDE:

DIVERSITY:

DRUG ABUSE:

ETHICS:

FAMILY:

FINANCIAL LITERACY:

GUN VIOLENCE:

MEDIA LITERACY:

NUTRITION AND FITNESS:

SCHOOL:

SCHOOL VIOLENCE, CONFLICT RESOLUTION, AND ANGER MANAGEMENT:

SELF-IMAGE:

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SEX:

  • "Smart Choices About Sex" Lesson Plan
    For grades 9-12. Students will explore peer pressure as it relates to sex and their decision whether to yield to such pressure.

  • "That's My Line" Lesson Plan
    For grades 9-12. This lesson is a fun, creative, and practical way to help students identify situations and practice refusal skills when it comes to issues dealing with sexuality.

SMOKING:

SPORTS:

  • "Sports: Get In The Game!" Program Discussion Guide
    For grades 7-12. A companion to the In the Mix video.

  • "Soccer: Kickin' Butts!" Program Discussion Guide
    For grades 7-12. A companion to the In the Mix video.

  • "You Be The Coach" Lesson Plan
    For grades 7-12. Students investigate the coaching of their favorite sport through research, live or video viewing, and in-person interviews, then "coach" the rest of the class on the sport's essential skills. The lesson culminates in a discussion of why sports activity should be an important part of teens' lives.

  • "Sports Screeners" Lesson Plan
    For grades 7-12. Designed to be used in a classroom or youth group setting, this activity heightens youth's awareness of physical activity and sports in the movies and on television, while also encouraging to become critical movie and TV viewers.

TEEN IMMIGRANTS: