Book Creator

Say No to tobacco

by Jeanette Moore

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Smoking cigarettes is a terrible thing to do to your body
Jeanette Moore
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With guidance and support from adults, explore a variety of digital tools to produce
and publish writing, including in collaboration with peers.

Students will understand essential health concepts in order to transfer
knowledge into healthy actions for life.

Students will use Book Creator to design a
fact book detailing the hazards of tobacco use.

Students will explore the facts and details on
tobacco hazards.

Students will find different images of types
of tobacco products.

Each page should have an image with a type of
quote or reason as to why tobacco is harmful (eg. nicotine addiction)

Students will do a summary page

Tobacco is a plant that can be smoked in cigarettes, pipes, or cigars. It's the same plant that's in smokeless tobacco, known as dip, chew, snuff, spit, or chewing tobacco.
There is a high level of addiction to tobacco due to the stimulant nicotine found in it.
Thousands of people stop smoking a day by dying from it
Ways to avoid peer pressure to smoke
1. Listen to your inner voice.
2. Hang out with friends that feel the same as you do.
3. Use humor "I can't smoke. I'd never make it past my mom's smoke detector: her nose!"
4. Provide other options: Like I rather go get ice cream, or go to mall.
5. Just LEAVE!
The immune systems of smokers have to work harder every day than non-smokers.