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Science Ambassador Lesson Plans

High School - Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

Full Circle Advertising: A Look at Teen Alcohol Use and Fetal Alcohol Syndrome [PDF | PowerPoint Presentation1]
This lesson introduces students to one consequence of alcohol abuse, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS). Students will also investigate alcohol advertisements and determine the impact these advertisements have on their behavior. Finally, the students will use what they have learned about advertising to develop new advertisements aimed at preventing FAS.

Middle School Lesson Plans - Fetal alcohol syndrome

How to Change the World [PDF | PowerPoint Presentation 1 | PowerPoint Presentation 2]
This presentation will talk about a very important topic – health. How can we improve the health of the public? We will talk about some examples of improvements, discuss how we figure out ways to improve health, and learn about prevention and intervention – the ways that we improve health. We’ll also learn about four tools for improving public health – health communication, policy development, providing services, and engineered solutions.

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