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Year 9

Learning outcomes and Specification referenceEdit

B1 1.3.1 Drugs B1 Lesson 22 Cannabis
f Cannabis is an illegal drug. Cannabis smoke contains chemicals which may cause mental illness in some people. Describe the effects of cannabis on the body.
h Drugs change the chemical processes in peoples’ bodies so that they may become dependent or addicted to the drug and suffer withdrawal symptoms without them. Heroin and cocaine are very addictive. Consider the possible progression from recreational to hard drugs.
Describe the effects of heroin/cocaine addiction and withdrawal symptoms.

Full Specification TextEdit

f) Cannabis is an illegal drug. Cannabis smoke contains chemicals which may cause mental illness in some people.
h) Drugs change the chemical processes in peoples’ bodies so that they may become dependent or addicted to the drug and suffer withdrawal symptoms without them. Heroin and cocaine are very addictive.

Starter ActivitiesEdit

  • 10 minutes- You have 5 minutes to write down as many different names that you know for Cannabis.
  • You have 5 minutes to name all the effects of Cannabis on the body that you can think of.

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