© Vasily Merkushev
The Alcohol teaching unit tackles the tough subject of alcohol and alcoholism with candor backed by cutting-edge scientific research. Hands-on activities make students think about alcohol in a totally different way. The Science of Alcohol Teacher's Guide provides the following activities.
Hey, What About Alcohol? - Pre-assessment
Liquids: Physical Properties - A Comparison of Four Chemicals
Solutions - How to Prepare and Describe Solutions Based on Volume
Measurable Effects - Measuring the Effects of Alcohol
Somebody's Body - Alcohol has Different Effects on Each Body System
Alcohol is a Chemical - Identifying Different Kinds of Alcohol
Estimating Risk - Estimating Risks and Comparing to Real Probabilities
One in One Thousand - Calculating Blood Alcohol Concentrations
And Now, What About Alcohol? - Post-assessment
Though most appropriate for use with middle school students, activities in the teacher's guide have been successfully used with students in other grade levels.
The Alcohol unit is comprised of The Science of Alcohol Teacher's Guide and a student magazine, X-Times: Alcohol.
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