Health - Smoking

Health - Smoking
Health - Smoking
Health - Smoking
Health - Smoking
Health - Smoking
Health - Smoking
Health - Smoking
Health - Smoking
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26 MB|24 pages
Product Description
This package follows the grade 3 and 4 Ontario curriculum and is an interactive and informative way to deliver your Health program. It comes with worksheets and answer keys. This package covers all of the curriculum with regards to Substance Use, Addictions, and Related Behaviours for grade 4 and is thus your complete package.

*****American spelling added at end of package*****

Excellent resource for a grade 3/4 split class as well.

The following are all the grade 4 curriculum expectations which are covered:

Substance Use, Addictions, and Related Behaviours

C1.4 identify substances (e.g., nicotine, carbon monoxide, tar) found in tobacco products and smoke (e.g., cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, chewing tobacco, snuff), and describe their effects on health

C2.3 demonstrate the ability to make and support healthy, informed choices about smoking, using their understanding of factors that affect decisions about smoking and a variety of personal and interpersonal skills and thinking processes (e.g., applying decision-making, assertiveness, and refusal skills; thinking in advance about values and personal choices; identifying the pros and cons of both making a change and not making a change; being aware of peer pressure; avoiding situations
where people will be smoking; using conversational strategies, such as saying no strongly and clearly, giving reasons, changing the topic, making a joke, asking a question) [CT]

C3.2 describe the short- and long-term effects of first- and second-hand smoke on smokers and on people around them

The following are the grade 3 curriculum expectations covered:

Substance Use, Addictions, and Related Behaviours

C1.2 demonstrate an understanding of different types of legal and illegal substance abuse (e.g.,dependency on nicotine in cigarettes or caffeine in coffee, energy drinks, and colas, or sugar and salt in sports drinks, or alcohol in beer, wine, and spirits) and the impacts of abusing these substances on themselves and others (e.g., dependencies or addictions, financial stresses, legal issues, health issues,
environmental issues)

C2.3 apply decision-making strategies to make healthy choices about behaviours and the use of various substances in ways that could lead to dependencies, identifying factors that should be considered (e.g., short-term use of medications can be helpful for an illness, but misuse of some medications could lead to dependency or harm; moderated television watching or computer use can
provide healthy entertainment or new learning or be necessary to complete school work, but too much screen time can reinforce sedentary habits and inactivity, which can lead to social isolation and increased vulnerability to physical ailments; cultural teachings can provide guidance when considering the impact of using substances) [CT]

Total Pages
24 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
1 Week
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