Class Summary - Today you will be using the google doc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TSHuH83kBV1f3OCBLXkmNKfPquFVxK0A7zNeU4b8PTk/edit?usp=sharing to reflect on the activities that you do. As always you will need to save it as YOUR NAME 4/27 - 4/28 Alcohol Lesson and share it back with me when you are done. Activity #1 - Watch the video clip below from the hidden camera show 'My Kid Would Never'. This camera puts kids in situations where their parents are watching from a hidden camera to see what they would do. When you are done watching the video, answer the first question on the google doc.
Activity #3 - A couple years ago, I took a couple student athletes from our school to go and listen to a man named John Underwood talk. John has worked with nearly all sport federations including the Department of Education, DEA, Department of Justice, National Federation of High School Athletics, NCAA, NHL, NFL, NBA, the U.S. Olympic Committee, Finland, Japan, Austria, South Africa, Brazil, Taiwan, Romania Olympic Committees, Sport Canada and the International Olympic Committee. John Underwood has been Human Performance Consultant for the U.S. Navy SEALS the US Air Force and other Special Military Projects. Most recently John Underwood addressed the world Olympic body at the ASPC Elite Sport Forum in Durban South Africa, He is also a consultant and frequent presenter to Olympic sport science agencies worldwide. This dude knows his stuff. .The 'Life of an Athlete Human Performance Project' has been constantly looking for the most recent research in the important aspects of young people's lives like nutrition, sleep, training, recover, etc.It has created the manuals that have been constantly updated and used by many high performance populations. Go here and look at what John says about alcohol and the athlete. Use this site to answer #3 on the google doc. http://www.lifeofanathlete.us/science/4569593741
Objectives - Students will analyze why young people get into a car with a driver who has been drinking. (Standard 2 Analyzing Influences), Students will list health effects of underage drinking (Standard 1 Core Concepts)