Download e-book for iPad: A Little Book of Tobacco: Activities to Explore Smoking by Vanessa Rogers

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By Vanessa Rogers

ISBN-10: 1849053057

ISBN-13: 9781849053051

For plenty of children, smoking is all over - humans on tv and in motion pictures smoke, their mom and dad may well smoke, and plenty of in their associates will most likely smoke. If all people else is doing it, why won't they? This source is filled with actions that tell teens concerning the evidence and support them to imagine and discuss all of the matters relating to smoking so they can make optimistic, educated offerings. The actions ponder how smoking can impact overall healthiness, dependancy, tips on how to focus on peer strain, smoking and the media, younger people's attitudes to smoking, and smoking and society. actions on giving up smoking, help and motivation also are incorporated. those enjoyable yet informative actions may be nice to exploit with adolescents elderly 11-19, in teams and on-to-one. academics, adolescence employees, drug aid employees, early life offending groups and social employees will all locate this a useful source.

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Who else would have copied everyone else? Why? 2. Who would have ignored what others were doing? Why? 3. How does it feel to go against the group and be different? Remark that usually peer pressure is a term used to describe someone putting pressure on someone else to do something wrong, but actually this is not always so. Suggest that when people are with friends, or within most group situations, they tend to fall in with what everyone else is doing: sometimes, as demonstrated by this activity, without even realizing that they are doing it.

32 Warm-ups Divide the young people into groups of three and give each group a copy of the crossword and a pen. Allow enough time for each group to discuss and write their answers into the boxes, using the clues to help them. When the crosswords are complete go through the answers together, inviting the young people to check out anything they have not heard of before or didn’t understand. The group with the most correct answers wins the game and can set one more clue for another word relating to the topic of tobacco and smoking for the rest of the young people to answer.

Smokers inhale smoke – – – – into their lungs 14. Heavy smoking can make your teeth look like this 16. If you have given up you become an – – smoker 18. To buy cigarettes, you are often asked for this as proof of age 19. There are more than 4000 of these in a single cigarette 23. A collective term for people who smoke 24. One benefit of not smoking is having more of this to spend on other things copyright © vanessa rogers 2012  27. This is a common place for smokers to get cancer 31. If someone is smoking nearby you inhale – – – – – – hand smoke 32.

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