Presentation on theme: "PSHE – Tobacco Education Smoking – The ‘cost’ of Smoking Yr 8 Lesson 2."— Presentation transcript:
PSHE – Tobacco Education Smoking – The ‘cost’ of Smoking Yr 8 Lesson 2
PSHE – Tobacco Education Lesson Objectives: To consider the ‘true’ cost of smoking. To develop confidence and the skills of negotiation and assertion.
PSHE – Tobacco Education Intended Learning Outcomes: Pupils will have: Worked individually or in pairs to consider their knowledge and attitudes towards smoking. Used the skills of financial capability to assess the cost of smoking; personally and to the wider community. Taken part in drama based scenarios to develop communication, negotiation and assertion skills.
PSHE – Tobacco Education Success Criteria: Understand that the ‘true’ cost of smoking is far greater than simply financial. Be more confident utilising negotiation and assertion skills
PSHE – Tobacco Education Activity Complete the ‘Before’ column of the Before and After sheet. I think … I know … I would like … BeforeAfter
PSHE – Tobacco Education Consider What is the cost of a packet of 20 cigarettes?
PSHE – Tobacco Education If a person smoked 10 cigarettes a day how much would they spend on cigarettes over: a week a month 6 months a year
PSHE – Tobacco Education How much would this person spend over the course of: 5 years 10 years 20 years What else could they have done with their money?
PSHE – Tobacco Education The cost to the NHS of treating illness and disease associated with smoking is estimated to be £5.2 billion a year (2005/6). How does this make you feel? What are your thoughts about this? What are your reasons?
PSHE – Tobacco Education Scenarios Consider What are the issues for you? What are the issues for your friend? How are you feeling? How is your friend feeling? What are your options? How would you like the situation to end? How can you make it end this way? What will you do if the situation does not end as you would like it to? How do you feel after the situation has ended as you wanted it to? How do you feel after the situation has not ended as you wanted it to?
PSHE – Tobacco Education 1.You and one of your best friends fall out. The next day you see you them chatting and laughing with someone they don’t usually spend time with. Your friend is smoking and asks you to come over. You are offered a cigarette; you would like to make up with your friend but don’t want to smoke …
PSHE – Tobacco Education 2.You are out with a group of friends; it is the middle of the day on a Saturday. You decide to go for something to eat. As you sit down outside one of the group brings out a packet of cigarettes and lights up. They then pass the packet around the group. It comes to your turn …
PSHE – Tobacco Education 3.There is a new pupil at your school and you are asked to mentor them to help them settle in to their new routines. You both end up getting on well and they invite you to their house after school. When their parents go out they get out a cigarette and light it, they offer one to you and you refuse. Your friend asks you again and says that everyone at their old school smoked …
PSHE – Tobacco Education 4.A member of your family is Smoking and they offer you a cigarette. They tell you that they were about your age when they started …
PSHE – Tobacco Education Activity Complete the ‘After’ column of the Before and After sheet. Have there been any developments? I think … I know … I would like … BeforeAfter
PSHE – Tobacco Education By the end of this lesson, I will:- Lesson 2 Understand that the ‘true’ cost of smoking is far greater than simply financial. Be more confident utilising negotiation and assertion skills.
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