Short skits with a drug prevention message are a great activity for a youth empowerment group for many reasons. They are generally quick to learn, provide a sense of accomplishment, develop teamwork, provide drug information, and most students have fun doing them. They also provide an excellent opportunity for students to be exposed to being in front of an audience without having the pressure of learning a lengthy presentation. Short skits can be a great addition to many substance abuse related activities conducted by your group or to supplement an event another organization is putting on. We have found them useful before an alcohol presentation, to community groups, at PTA meetings, during DARE graduations, and at parent training programs.
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Impaired Driving Lesson Plan (Grades 11 & 12) - Royal Canadian Mounted Police
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Why Is Texting and Driving Dangerous?
To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does not alter, edit or update them. Occasionally the digitization process introduces transcription errors or other problems. TEEN-AGERS are using a new way to tell their peers about the hazards of drunken driving: by writing and producing videotaped programs for local television.
Hardly a day goes by, Chris Cianciulli says, that he doesn't see someone high or trying to get high after school. When he goes to parties, he says, he finds himself looking out for friends who may drink too many beers to drive. We look out for one another," said the year-old aspiring actor, who also attends Hartford 's School of Performing Arts. Members of the West Hartford -based group hopes that, through the drama, parents and teenagers will consider how alcohol impairs judgment.