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1 Drivers Edge: Interactive slides and videos Drivers Edge: Interactive slides and videos CATEGORY: Copyrighted Driver Education School Literature Copyright (C) 2002 InterActive Enterprises These electronic slide shows are produced by InterActive Enterprises. Microsoft PowerPoint ® was used to create the presentations. Each segment includes discussion questions and may include illustrations, photographs, videos, animations, etc. Contact us at for more information at: 852 Martin Dr., Palatine, IL with suggestions, comments, questions or for more information. This slide show is a type of educational media and is copyrighted in regards to slide layout, text and arrangement. You may modify, delete, or add to for your own use but you may not redistribute. One set of slides per school as contents may be copied to the computer’s hard drive. Networking in a computer lab is also allowed. See other restrictions in regards to graphics as required by agreements with graphic providers. RESTRICTIONS: “This product/publication includes images from Microsoft Design Gallery, Animation Factory, Corel MegaGallery and Corel Gallery 1,000,000 and Click Art which are protected by the copyright laws of the U.S., Canada and elsewhere. Used under license. These images are for viewing purposes only in this series and may not be saved or downloaded for other uses. Other images used by permission are from: In-Motion magazine, General Motors; selected videos from the U. S. Dept. of Transportation (Moving Safely Across America) Many other images are from the public domain. A limited warranty or guarantee is in effect upon initial receipt of this product. Any defective product will be replaced upon notification within 90 days of receipt of product.

2 Unit: Alcohol and Marijuana Day #4 Alcohol and Drug Problem Solving The primary learning outcomes desirable from this 4th lesson are as follows: 1)Become aware of some possible alcohol and drug scenarios that can be encountered by youth 2)Exercising brainstorming solutions to make relevant applications of typical problem scenarios 3)Understand that in some situations they may need the assistance of others to keep them out of danger 4)A realization that a common ground of mutual understanding is important with their parents in respect to many driving related issues

3 This lesson is designed to take approximately 50 minutes… --Students should break up into groups of three to brainstorm the follow situations and arrive at a consensus group solution. Each group will then share its thoughts with the rest of the class one at a time. This lesson also incorporates 3 handout sheets that are on the CD. Duplicate them for each student Unit: Alcohol and Marijuana Day #4 Alcohol and Drug Problem Solving

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6 14) If a friend is about to drive after drinking there is nothing you can do about it. FALSE Alcohol survey question 14

7 It’s late Saturday afternoon, and you’ve been waiting twenty minutes for your 18 year old brother to pick you up from soccer practice. He finally shows up. You smell alcohol on him, he is slurring his words, and not in a good mood…but insists he is able to drive. The field is five miles from your home, your father is out of town and your mother is taking care of your younger brothers and sisters. You have no money on you…but there is a cell phone in the car. I would:____________________________________ (your objective is to get yourself and your brother home safely)

8 You baby sat tonight for 2 children while their mother went to party. The mother, who is your mother’s best friend offers to drive you home. But she is so drunk she had trouble getting into the house at 2 am. She pays you but you need every cent of the money for new clothes so you don’t want to take a cab. I would tell her: _________________

9 Your 17 year old sister has a date with her boyfriend. He just came in the door and he’s obviously drunk since he knocked over a lamp and has talked only nonsense. You go up stairs and tell your sister he is drunk. She tells you to mind your own business. You know they are going in his car to a party on the other side of town. Your parents are next door with friends. I would:_________________

10 You are getting a ride home from a friend. His date is with him in the front seat, and you are with yours in the back. You’d like to be concentrating on your date, but your friend is pretty drunk. What would you do?_____________

11 Your dad has been drinking and watching the ball game on TV. He insists he will take you and your mother shopping. I could: ___________________ You are getting a ride home from a friend. His date is with him in the front seat, and you are with yours in the back. You’d like to be concentrating on your date, but your friend is pretty drunk. What would you do?_____________

12 If at a party, my friends start pressuring me to drink… (but I do not want to) I can tell them:_____________ Are they really friends?

13 If a friend of mine was about to ride in a car with a driver who had been drinking I could: ______________________ If at a party, my friends start pressuring me to drink… (but I do not want to) I can tell them:_____________

14 My friend who doesn’t want to take a drink because she will be driving, is being pressured by others to have a drink. I could: ________________

15 I’m starting to really feel the effects of the three beers I drank, but my two friends say its time to drive over to the arcade. But, I really don’t feel I could drive safely and and my friends are likewise, in no condition to drive. I could: ____________________ My friend who doesn’t want to take a drink because she will be driving, is being pressured by others to have a drink. I could: ________________

16 Several people at this party are pressuring you to smoke grass with them. You keep telling them it’s not for you…but they don’t back-off. What could you do? ___________________

17 Protect yourself Volunteer to be a designated driver. Always use a safety seat belt. Use four-lane highways whenever possible. Avoid rural roads. Avoid travel around midnight (especially on Fridays and Saturdays) Drive defensively. Be sure no one brings alcohol with them into car “Here take my keys, I’ve had enough!” “Good decision!”

18 15) Teens should discuss the alcohol-driving problem with their parents and come to an agreement on what to do when problems arise. TRUE Alcohol survey questions 14-15

19 Teen/Parent Driving Contract Issue: Using drugs or alcohol; taking a ride with someone who is under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Rule: I will not use alcohol or other drugs. It is against the law. I will not put my life in danger by riding with anyone who has used alcohol or drugs. Agreement: If I ever ride in a car where anyone, including me has used alcohol or drugs I will be allowed to drive only with my parents for 6 months. THIS ASSIGNMENT IS DUE ON: ________________________ Parents and teenage drivers should take time to review the issues, privileges and responsibilities associated with driving. State how each issue will be handled in your household. Then make an agreement about compliance with that rule. For example:

20 50 ways to say NO to drinking Circle 5 responses below that fit your personality and * the one you would use now. Near the end of the class period everyone will stand up, and in a convincing way say the one they like best…pretending you are being pressured to drink when you’d rather not. ON YOUR HANDOUT SHEET…

21 List five rules for passengers in cars you will drive: (on the back side of your 50 ways to say NO sheet) 1) 2) 3) 4) 5)


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