This is a powerpoint lesson perfect for Red Ribbon Week or Prevention themes. It is a complete ready-to-use lesson requiring no additional materials. In this lesson students will play cross the line where they are asked to pick a side. Two choices will be displayed on the board and students should pick one side or the other of the line (thus making a choice on which one they prefer). Make sure you discuss with students that there is no right or wrong answer they should just be honest with each other. Give students a little time with each decision. Let them know that they can change their mind, but they have to make a choice they can't stand on the line. After all the choices are finished go through the discussion questions and talk about peer pressure, staying true to oneself, etc. I always end this lesson by talking about 'anti-drugs' or reasons each student chooses to stay drug free; then students sign a banner vowing to be drug free (I allow them to list/draw their anti-drug on the banner).
Slides include 14 cross the line choices, discussion questions, and an anti-drug explanation and examples.