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Energy Drink Dangers Sub Plans: Teen Health Curriculum + 6th-12th

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This substitute lesson plan is such a great lesson, you may end up wanting to teach this fun lesson yourself! One buyer described this lesson as: "One of the BEST lesson plans I have ever encountered."

 

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>> 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.

 


 

Why Purchase This Resource:

 

  • SO EASY FOR A SUB: Lessons are student-driven and all instructions are in the "Student Direction Packet", so no direct teaching is required.
  • Student packet WALKS STUDENTS STEP-BY-STEP THROUGH THE ACTIVITY!
  • Students learn the dangers of energy drinks, caffeine, and sugar
  • "Too much added sugar can be one of the greatest threats to cardiovascular disease" -Harvard Health Publishing
  • NOW students can do the whole lesson online on Google Slides! Or print to teach in the classroom
  • This is one of my hottest selling lessons and it's NEWLY REVISED with the latest energy drinks on the 2022 market!

 


 

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

 


 

Meets Standards:

 

  • Meets 4 State Standards
  • Meets National Health Standards 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7
  • Meets Common Core Standards for Reading 3, 4, and 7

 

Here is how to use this lesson:

 

  • "Teacher Directions" tell you about the activity and include a sheet to fill in for your sub with pertinent information like student seating and taking roll.

 

  • Background articles for the teacher on energy drink dangers are provided.

 

  • STUDENTS CAN NOW DO THIS WHOLE LESSON ONLINE on Google Slides; OR, the teacher can choose to print materials for sub and tuck away for that emergency sub day, OR full printing directions are included for the sub as well!

 

  • Students start by taking the"How Healthy Are You Eating?" survey to get them hooked into the lesson and to see how their own eating habits rate.

 

  • Next students read cautions on the dangers of energy drinks, caffeine, and sugar.

 

  • Then, students work in pairs using two amazing websites to chart the caffeine and sugar in:
    • Energy drinks | Energy shots | Soda pop | Coffee | Tea

 

  • While working online will save paper, directions for printing data from online is given!

 

Lesson Follow-up:

 

  • Last, student read the summary of several articles on the dangers of caffeine and sugar, and fill out a personal activity "Reflection."
  • 2022 "Caffeine and Sugar in Energy Drinks Worksheet Key" is provided.
  • Follow up with a "Grocery Store Scavenger Hunt" homework assignment
  • Links to 11 amazing videos!
  • Links to articles on real life tragedies due to energy drinks

 


 

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THIS LESSON AND ALL ITS MATERIALS ARE INCLUDED IN OUR FULL SEMESTER PHIGH SCHOOL HEALTH CURRICULUM" and our "MIDDLE/JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL HEALTH" PROGRAM, AND IS ALSO IN MY 3-WEEK NUTRITION UNIT.

 


 

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      Sara P.

      Just as advertised, this is a great resource for a sub. I have also just used it myself as a mini-lesson and the kids liked it and can relate to it.