2Tackling Tobacco Why Do Teens Start to Smoke? List three reasons why you think that some teens start to smoke.Get together with a partner to discuss the reasons you each wrote down. Between the two of you, how many different reasons did you come up with?Slide 1 of 2
3Tackling Tobacco Why Do Teens Start to Smoke? Design a T-shirt or bumper sticker with an anti-smoking message. The message should address at least one of the reasons why you and your partner think that some teens start to smoke.Slide 2 of 2
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5Tackling TobaccoClass SurveyDo you have friends or family members who say that they want to quit smoking, but continue to smoke?yesnoSwitch to QuickTake version of the quiz.Question 1 of 11
6Tackling TobaccoClass SurveyIf you do not smoke, which reason best explains why not?I don’t want to smell like smoke.I don’t want to harm my body.I don’t want to disappoint my parents.I don’t like the way it makes me feel.I don’t want to become addicted.My friends do not smoke.Question 2 of 11
7Tackling TobaccoClass SurveyThe pressure that I have felt to smoke or use smokeless tobacco isgreater than the pressure I have felt to use alcohol or other drugs.equal to the pressure I have felt to use alcohol or other drugs.less than the pressure I have felt to use alcohol or other drugs.Question 3 of 11
8Tackling TobaccoClass SurveyIn your opinion, what is the primary reason why teens start to smoke?to fit in with friendsto look olderto look toughto be defiantQuestion 4 of 11
9Tackling TobaccoClass SurveyAfter watching this video, do you think that you will examine tobacco ads more critically?yesnoQuestion 5 of 11
10Tackling TobaccoClass SurveyWhose story had the greatest influence on your feelings about tobacco use?LavaleAshleyPamQuestion 6 of 11
11Tackling Tobacco What most motivates you to make healthy decisions? Class SurveyWhat most motivates you to make healthy decisions?thoughts of future goalsadvice from parentsexamples set by siblingsexamples set by friendsdesire to be a good role modelQuestion 7 of 11
12Tackling TobaccoClass SurveyHave you ever tried to convince another person to not start smoking?yesnoQuestion 8 of 11
13Tackling TobaccoClass SurveyWhat do you think most motivated Lavale to quit smoking?He felt he was setting a bad example for his martial arts students.Smoking was starting to affect his physical performance.He was worried about long-term health consequences.Question 9 of 11
14Tackling TobaccoClass SurveyDo you agree with Andy Lord that teens are more likely to make good decisions when they are given information and allowed to draw their own conclusions?yesnoQuestion 10 of 11
15Tackling TobaccoClass SurveyWhy do you think that teen-organized advocacy programs may be more successful in influencing teens than adult-organized programs?Teens have more respect for the opinions of other teens.Teens know how to talk to other teens.When teens deliver a message, it seems less “bossy” than when adults deliver it.Question 11 of 11
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17End of Chapter 16 Discovery Education Video Click on this slide to end this presentation.