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Should a dad let his 17-year old son have a graduation party with alcohol in their basement? Use this true story to grab your students' interest and hone their decision-making skills in this alcohol refusal role-play lesson!


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This lesson includes:


  • Step-by-step teacher directions that suggest what to say, and FOLLOW A 58-SLIDE POWERPOINT!
  • Editable in Word, PowerPoint, and PDF formats!
  • Dangers of alcohol, including dangers to a teen brain and an interactive alcohol poisoning slide
  • Tragic true stories to learn from
  • -A discussion about why it's sometimes difficult to say "No."
  • A 10 question quiz for students to guess top pressure lines people use
  • A true story where a dad lets his 17 year old son have an alcohol party in their basement and a discussion to see if students think this is a good idea or not 
  • Brainstorming dangers of an alcohol party in a basement
  • Partner role-play task cards with scenarios included


>> Integrated Skills Based, Content Based / Knowledge Based. The best of both worlds.

>> Meets HS/MS National Health Education Standards. 

>> Meets HS/MS Technical Subjects Health Common Core Standards.

>> Meets Washington State’s rigorous Health Education Standards.


This lesson also includes these optional lesson extensions!:


  • A follow-up "Role-play Quiz" with Teacher Key included
  • A 3-person written role-play activity with an observer recording sheet and scenarios included
  • A great "Decision-Making Worksheet"
  • A "Pros and Cons Decision-Making Worksheet" for long-term decisions that are not made in the "spur of the moment"
  • A "Refusal Skills Cartoon" idea and template!
  • Learning Target Posters and 3 "Learning Target Daily Check-off Sheets" to choose from
  • Optional "How to Be More Assertive" video link



What the Day of the Lesson Looks Like:


  • This interactive and impactful lesson starts out with some dangers of alcohol.


  • Next, students take a fun "Peer Pressure Lines Quiz."


  • Students brainstorm solid reasons for saying "No" to alcohol, and point out other dangers of alcohol besides drinking and driving, (Like what else could go wrong in a basement where teens are drinking... like accidents, fights, drinking and driving, alcohol poisoning...!)


  • And lastly, students practice saying "No" to alcohol in an engaging partner "Role-Play Task Card Activity."



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★ This lesson is taken directly from my Full Semester/Year High School Health Curriculum, and my Middle/Junior High School Health Curriculum, both are “#1 Best-Selling Health Curriculum” on TeacherPayTeachers website!!






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