Tobacco Lessons: A TPT #1 Best-Selling High School Teen Health Unit

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  1. ★★★★★ This "High School Health" program is an editable Word and PowerPoint "For Print" curriculum AND files are also "Online" on Google Drive!➡️ This resource is the #1 Best-Selling High School Health Curriculum" on TPT!☑️ Highlights of This Health Resource:This program strives to give teens the tools
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★★★★★ This "Tobacco Unit" is a fresh, impacting approach to reiterate the negative effects of tobacco, vaping, juul, and of smoking cigarettes, which is the #1 cause of preventable death of adults in the United States!

This is an editable “For Print” curriculum created in Word and PowerPoint, AND a digital resource for BOTH GOOGLE DRIVE and MICROSOFT OFFICE USERS!

  • ★ALL STUDENT DOCS for this “Tobacco Unit” are uploaded onto Google Slides and Forms.

  • Assign Health worksheets in your Google Classroom or paperless environment using these high school student worksheets, surveys, and tests created on Google Slides with fill-in text boxes! Includes 6 Google Forms. 3 Grade Level Google Slideshows with fill-in text boxes for the middle school program are also included!

  • Also compatible with Microsoft platforms! Simply download my "Student Docs Google Slideshow" (which includes fill-in text boxes) to your computer (Yes- text boxes remain intact!) and upload and assign on your online Microsoft platform!

  • Includes a step-by-step instructional video I created to show you not only how to navigate my files and folders; but also how to use the Google Slideshows, how Microsoft users can use my Google Slideshows, how to send only one day's lessons to your students, how to add new information/pages to a Google Slideshow, how to edit and upload worksheets, how to voice-over slides, how to add an instructional video on top of slides, uploading to Google Drive tips, how to set up files for an organize Google Drive, and more!

  • If you upload this unit's PowerPoint and convert to Google Slides; then voice-over audio teacher instructions, you can send audio lessons home for a FULLY INDEPENDENT STUDY UNIT! (Full instructions included!)

  • GREAT PHOTOS! I just finished an amazing update. There are now all-new photos on all Tobacco PowerPoints!

  • NEW! I separated the high school and middle school "Tobacco Units" so each will now be sold separately! If you need the "Middle School Tobacco Unit," check back soon!


Here is more about this unit:

-VAPING INFORMATION!: There is no question to the dangers of vaping! (68 deaths have been confirmed in 27 states and the District of Columbia as of February, 2020*)

-Teach students the dangers of cigarettes, chewing tobacco, e-cigarettes, and vaping! The top 4 causes of death in the U.S. are all related to smoking! They are:

  1. Diseases of the heart
  2. Cancer
  3. Strokes
  4. Chronic lower respiratory diseases

-NEW slides from the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) and NIH (National Institute on Drug Abuse) will help you discuss dangers with your students, and also give you many weblinks to do further research yourself as well!

A "Vaping Newsletter" project is also included.


★This unit is ALL ABOUT TOBACCO. Here are my 2-Week Alcohol Unit and my

3-Week Drug Units if you need to teach these topics as well!


★This resource is taken directly from my Full Semester/Year High School Health Curriculum, and my Middle/Junior High School Health Curriculum, which are both #1 Best-Selling Health Curriculums on TPT!


Here is what buyers are saying about this resource:

-"Students loved this unit."

-"Very easy to follow and students loved the activities and walked away with a much larger understanding of the topic!"



-"Students enjoyed it and found it informative."

-"Relevant" - "Interactive" - "Comprehensive"


ALL FUTURE UPDATES ARE INCLUDED!! All new lessons, activities, and any changes that I create for this unit are FREE!! Simply go to your "My Purchases" folder and download anytime!


The High School Section of this Unit Includes*:

-2 Weeks of lessons!

-81 pages of Teacher Directions that tell you what to say!

-165 slides in two PowerPoint presentations that walk you through

-An anonymous teen survey to collect statistics from your students on how many of them have already tried alcohol, tobacco, and other risky behaviors.

-State, National, and Common Core Standards met in each lesson now part of "Table of Contents" for easy reference!

-Newly updated. 28 video links!

-Newly Updated. All new PowerPoint photos!

-★Watch a video to see this program's amazing organization!


Day 1:

-Anonymous Student Survey

-The Dangers of Tobacco


-How Smoking Affects Your Body: Discuss Chronic Bronchitis, and Emphysema

-“Inhaling From Just One Cigarette Can Lead to Nicotine Addiction”

Day 2:

-Dangers of Chewing Tobacco

-e-cigarettes and the dangers of vaping PowerPoint

-"Texas 15-year old's death is youngest vaping lung injury fatality in the U.S."

-Centers for Disease Control Vaping Information

-"Why is Vaping Bad for You" video.


Day 3:

-Cancer Information

-"C-A-N-C-E-R" Warning Signs

-“Quit Brochures”


Day 4:

-Second-Hand Smoke

-Affects on Pregnant Smokers

-$ Spent on Cigarettes

-State Laws

-Work on “Quit Brochures”

-"Tips to Quit Smoking" Handout

Day 5:

-”Ad Appeals” to Learn What Appeals Advertisers Use

-Marketing Psychology: Interactive Activity where Students Analyze 15 ads

- A 30-slide Guess the Ad PowerPoint Presentation


-"Tobacco Unit Test"

Day 6:

-The Brain and Habits

-Why Tobacco is so Hard to Quit!

-"Habits Survey"

-“Cleansing a Bad Habit”

Day 7:

-More on Habits and Addition

-“Adding a Healthy Habit” Worksheets”

-“Support Your Peers Calendar”

Day 8 and 9:

-“Tobacco Packs” Media Literacy Art Project”: FUN!! Students become tobacco advertisers and design a cover for a cigarette pack using at least one ad appeal.

My students really enjoy this unit, and they always come up with some of the most creative and funny cigarette packs for the media literacy project!

Day 10+:

-NEW VAPING NEWSLETTER PROJECT! Students Create "Dangers of Vaping Newsletters" using articles and template provided.



You might also be interested in my:

- Full Semester/Year High School Health (#1 Selling Health Curriculum on TPT!)

- Middle/Junior High School Health Curriculum. (#1 Best Selling on TPT)

- Full-Year P.E. Curriculum (#1 Best Selling P.E. Curriculum on TPT)

- High School Health and P.E. - BUNDLE AND SAVE $73.00

- Middle/Jr. High School Health and P.E. - BUNDLE AND SAVE $83.00






* Documents are editable and included in Word and PDF formats.

* Ask your school district to purchase this curriculum for you!

* Purchase Orders are accepted!

* Additional license for other teachers to buy this product are reduced! (Click the license button during purchase)


Need P.E.; or Elementary, Middle School, or High School Health Programs?

Here are ALL my #1 Best-Selling Full-Year Stand-Alone Curriculums:

- Full Semester/Year High School Health (#1 Selling Health Curriculum on TPT!)

- Middle/Junior High School Health Curriculum. (#1 Best Selling on TPT)

- Full-Year P.E. Curriculum (#1 Best Selling P.E. Curriculum on TPT)

- Middle/Junior AND High School SEQUENTIAL Health Curriculum

- High School Health and P.E. - BUNDLE AND SAVE $73.00

- Middle/Jr. High Health and P.E. - BUNDLE AND SAVE $83.00

- 3rd Grade Full-Year Health Curriculum

- 4th Grade Full-Year Health Curriculum

- 5th Grade Full-Year Health Curriculum

Here are my 1 to 4-Week Health Units:

Nutrition Unit (My #1 Selling Unit!)

Drug Unit

Alcohol Unit

Tobacco Unit

Sex Ed. Unit (Makes this topic easy to teach!)

Self-Esteem Unit

Stop Bullying: Empathy/Violence Unit

Stress Unit

Body Systems Unit

Body Systems Unit

Dangerous Decisions Unit

Conflict Resolution Unit

Environmental and Community Unit

Diversity and "Celebrating My Identity" Unit

Mental Health Unit

Diseases Unit

Best Beginning of a School Year Ever Unit

1-Week Ending a School Year Unit

1 to 4-Week P.E. Units:

3 to 4-Week Basketball Unit

3 to 4-Week Flag Football Unit

3 to 4-Week Volleyball Unit

3 to 4-Week Softball Unit

Cardio Workouts and Weight Room Unit

50 Low Organized Games Inside the Gym Unit

1 to 2-Week Badminton Unit-FREE!

Independent Study Units:

Independent Study Sex Ed. Unit

Independent Study Nutrition Unit

Special Education Units:

3-Week Sex Ed. Unit for Special Needs Students

Thank you so much for previewing.

Mrs. S.


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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, well-chosen details, and well-structured event sequences.
Conduct short as well as more sustained research projects to answer a question (including a self-generated question) or solve a problem; narrow or broaden the inquiry when appropriate; synthesize multiple sources on the subject, demonstrating understanding of the subject under investigation.
Gather relevant information from multiple authoritative print and digital sources, using advanced searches effectively; assess the usefulness of each source in answering the research question; integrate information into the text selectively to maintain the flow of ideas, avoiding plagiarism and following a standard format for citation.
Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research.
Determine the central ideas or conclusions of a text; trace the text’s explanation or depiction of a complex process, phenomenon, or concept; provide an accurate summary of the text.


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