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Meth Prevention Lesson

The Meth Prevention Lesson provides teens in middle and high schools with the facts, tools, and resources to understand the risks of methamphetamine and to influence their peers. This standard-based lesson leverages MethProject.org and provides teachers with engaging, easy-to-use materials to lead a 45-minute class.




After the class, students will understand:
  • The short- and long-term effects associated with methamphetamine use
  • The danger and toxicity of the ingredients in Meth
  • The mechanisms of Meth addiction
  • The effects of Meth on the brain, body, relationships, and the community
  • The risks of trying Meth, even once
  • How to communicate the risks of Meth to their peers and take action to prevent Meth use

The Meth Prevention Lesson employs 4 central instructional strategies:

  • "What Do You Know" Worksheet
    Six statements to engage students and get them to think about what they know about Meth
  • Interactive Content
    Interactive facts, personal stories, and videos present information from a variety of perspectives
  • Discussion Questions
    Open-ended and specific questions spur classroom discussion
  • Peer Engagement and Advocacy
    Exercises designed to equip teens with information and tools to take action and influence their peers

At the beginning of the 45-minute lesson students will test their knowledge of Meth with the 6-statement "What Do You Know" Worksheet. The class then will explore these 6 statements through discussion of selected content on MethProject.org.

Teacher Materials
  1. Lesson Overview: a one-page summary of the Meth Prevention Lesson
  2. Teacher's Guide: step-by-step instructions for the teacher to lead students through an exploration of each topic. The guide includes instructions on the most impactful content on MethProject.org and suggested discussion questions
Student Handouts
  1. What Do You Know: a one-page handout for students to reflect on 6 statements to gauge their knowledge of methamphetamine
  2. What Do You Know: teacher key
Supplemental Materials
  • Youth360 (wreckED) - a community-based program designed to educate youth about substance abuse through an engaging presentation meant to challenge their behavior toward drugs and alcohol. The program provides the opportunity for teens to fully reflect upon the choices and consequences associated with alcohol and drug abuse and to continually keep themselves and their friends in check.
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  • Optional 3-Day Lesson - 3-Day version of the Teacher Guide that includes group projects




Leverage MethProject.org in Your Classroom
MethProject.org equips teens with facts, tools, and resources to understand the risks of the drug and to influence their peers. Designed to spark exploration and engagement, MethProject.org brings to life the breadth of research on the subject in a way that is highly interactive and accessible to young people.

Play Georgia Meth Project Ads on Morning Announcements, in Health Classes or at School Assemblies
To play the Georgia Meth Project public service advertisements in your school, you can download the ads at View Ads or e-mail info@georgiamethproject.org to request a copy of the ads on DVD.

Donate Advertising Space for Georgia Meth Project Ads in Your School Newspaper
To find out how you can place Georgia Meth Project ads in your school publications, e-mail info@georgiamethproject.org.

Speak Up
Read and share the powerful stories, artwork and other forms of expression about Meth on the Speak Up section of our website. Visit Speak Up and encourage students to contribute to the discussion by posting their own content.

Download Meth Project Icons and Wallpaper
Download images for your school's computers to use as screen savers and wallpaper.

Tell Us What Your School is Doing to Support the Georgia Meth Project
What is your school doing to spread the Georgia Meth Project Not Even Once message? E-mail us at info@georgiamethproject.org and share your involvement so we can post this information on our website. Photographs are always welcome!
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