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The blog takes the science behind how drug use affects the brain and body and applies it to real life. Each week, new posts can help you make connections for your students between what they see and hear and what the science has to say on the subject. Posts will also help you incorporate recent research into STEM lessons on a range of topics like brain science, e-cigarettes, marijuana use, and peer pressure. Classroom activities could include:
Discussions. In small groups or as a class, invite students to read a post and discuss the information using the provided questions to guide the conversation.
Research/Presentation Project. Ask students to select a drug and research how it affects the brain and body. Students should prepare a 10-minute presentation, including a visual, summarizing their research and whether their view of the drug changed based on their findings.
Multimedia Project. Offer students several posts to read, then ask them to develop a storyboard (scene outline) and script for a podcast, public service announcement (PSA), or video that shares the information learned. If time allows, teens could break into groups and record the podcasts, PSAs, or videos they developed.
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