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By Vanessa Rogers

For plenty of youth, smoking is far and wide - humans on tv and in movies smoke, their mom and dad could smoke, and lots of in their pals will most likely smoke. If every body else is doing it, why should not they? This source is jam-packed with actions that tell youngsters in regards to the proof and aid them to imagine and speak about all of the matters concerning smoking so as to make optimistic, trained offerings. The actions think of how smoking can impact healthiness, habit, the right way to focus on peer strain, smoking and the media, younger people's attitudes to smoking, and smoking and society. actions on giving up smoking, aid and motivation also are integrated. those enjoyable yet informative actions could be nice to take advantage of with kids elderly 11-19, in teams and on-to-one. lecturers, formative years staff, drug help staff, adolescence offending groups and social staff will all locate this a useful source.

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True. In 2007 electronic locking devices based on proof-of-age (via electronic cash cards or a European driving licence) were installed in approximately 500,000 vending machines across Germany to restrict the purchase of cigarettes to those over the age of 16. 43 A Little Book of tobacco 9. False. According to the UK NHS the children of smokers are three times more likely to smoke. 10. True. Statistically those that give up smoking have increased health benefits over time. uk). 44 Warm-ups The Art of Shopping Aim This activity encourages young people to think about the influences that affect their shopping and lifestyle choices.

Smokers inhale over 2000 chemicals from a cigarette FALSE copyright © vanessa rogers 2012  TRUE 8. In Germany they have electronically locked cigarette vending machines, and you have to have ID to prove you are over 16 to use them 9. The children of smokers are twice as likely to become a smoker as they grow older 10. Ex-smokers live longer than people who keep smoking copyright © vanessa rogers 2012 FALSE Warm-ups Quiz answers 1. False. Three hundred people in the UK die each day from smoking.

Point out that nobody told them to follow what the others were doing; they just fell into doing it. If the young person ignores what everyone else is doing and returns to where they were, then they resisted the pressure to conform. Ask them: 1. Why didn’t you do the same as the rest of the group? 2. Why did you do something different? 3. How did that feel? 62 Making Decisions About Smoking Review the activity to discuss what happened: 1. Who else would have copied everyone else? Why? 2. Who would have ignored what others were doing?

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