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Catalyst 5/20/ 14

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  1. SONG: THE VELVET UNDERGROUND - HEROIN Catalyst 5/20/14 Write down and answer the following questions on your Catalyst sheet: Why is heroin so dangerous? What is one way in which governments are reducing the harm of heroin?

  2. Finals (Writing Component) NEXT WEEK FRIDAY MAY 30 4-5 short answer questions on this drug unit Make sure you study your notes and understand the effects of drugs on the brain and on society

  3. Gallery Walk! • Pair up! 1 piece of paper for each pair. Number your paper 1-8. • There are 8 pictures of common household items on the walls • For each picture, answer the following in a sentence or two: • Can this be used as a drug? How? • What effects will it give you? • We will go over the answers in 10 minutes • Those correctly identifying ALL pictures will receive 3 tickets each

  4. Gallery Walk Debrief How are all these common household “drugs” related?

  5. 10.9 Inhalants (Solvents) 5/19/14

  6. Inhalants • Inhalants are drugs with intoxicating vapors that are breathed in without burning or heating • Most inhalants exist legally for other purposes • Usually sprayed into a plastic bag then “huffed” or inhaled directly from an open container • Has properties of stimulants, depressants, and hallucinogens • Does not fall in any single category

  7. Examples of Inhalants Petroleum products (gasoline, propane, butane) Household chemicals (paint thinner, glue) Nail polish remover Nitrous oxide (NOS) Aerosol cans (hairspray, deodorant)

  8. My Strange Addiction: Huffing Gasoline

  9. Effects of Inhalants • Range from alcohol-like intoxication to intense euphoria to hallucinations • Headache • Nausea & vomiting • Slurred speech • Loss of motor coordination • Wheezing • “Sniffer’s rash” around the nose • Hallucinations • In general, smaller amounts = intoxication & larger amounts = hallucinations

  10. Harms of Inhalants Many chemicals in inhalants can destroy myelin, the protective cover on nerve cells Inhalants can also permanently damage brain cells by blocking their oxygen, known as brain hypoxia Heart damage Liver failure Muscle weakness Reduced blood cell production

  11. Teens & Inhalant Abuse https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8LpFqVyx62o

  12. “Sudden Sniffing Death Syndrome Kills with One Puff” In your supergroups, take turns reading the article Answer the guided reading questions on your notes

  13. Achieve3000 Time! • Go to www.achieve3000.com on your iPads • Go to Mailbox, then click on “Healthy Fries?” • Do the following: • Before Reading Poll • Article • Activity • After Reading Poll • Thought Question