...A Quest to Find the Truth about Tobacco A WebQuest for 6th Grade (Health)
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Introduction: D.A.R.E needs
your help to convince people all around the world to stop smoking! You
have been hired to create a public service announcement that will tell
people the dangers and negative effects smoking can have on you.Be
convincing--this could be a matter oflife or death. The Task: For this
project you will be assigned a specific age group in order to create a
public service announcement. Your ad must appeal to this specific age
group in order to educate them about the dangers of smoking. Your ad
must give them facts on why they shouldn't smoke and information on how
to quit. Keep in mind the differences between each group, (interests,
pop culture, the way it will affect their bodies based on their age).
You will create the public service announcement to be aired on TV so
make sure: The following groups of people will be targeted through our project:- Youth/teenagers - Adults Work in your assigned group to create the most effective Public Service announcement- and have fun! The Process: Part 1-Research
• Pick a group of 5 other students
• Go to your teachers and get assigned your age group
? Group 1= Youth
? Group 2= Adults
? Group 3= Youth
? Group 4= Adults
• Look under the resources to find the websites that are for your group
• After doing research make sure you can address the following
questions (to make sure everyone has a job in your group, maybe assign
every person a different question to find the answer to)
• What are the effects of cigarettes?
• What diseases are caused by cigarettes?
• What makes cigarettes addictive?
• How do cigarette companies target certain age groups?
• Once you can answer all of these questions it is time for your
group to make your public service announcement (PSA) for D.A.R.E
Part 2- Shooting the PSA
• Get a video camera from your teacher and as a group plan how to
make a PSA that targets your specific age group and that includes the
information you found
• After planning out your PSA…start filming!
• When you are happy with your final project turn the camera in to
your teacher, you will view all the different public service
announcements as a class
Video includes less than five facts that are not relevant to persuading viewers to not smoke or quit smoking. Facts are not organized or presented in a creative way.
Video includes less than five facts. These facts are not relevant but are presented in a creative way.
Video includes five facts that are relevant to the topic but are not organized or presented in a creative way.
Video includes five facts that are important in persuading viewers to not smoke or quit smoking. Facts are presented in a creative way that will impact the audience.
Length of Video
Video was less that 30 seconds
Video was 30 seconds to a minute
Video was 1 minute
Video was 1-2 minutes
The group required additional "out of class" time to finish video.
The group required additional class time to finish video.
he group completed the video on time.
Group members did not work well together. More than one person in the group did not complete their assigned task.
The students cooperated with other members of the group, but the workload was put onto one or two people in the group.
The students cooperated with other members of the group, but the work was not spread evenly between group members. (one or two members did not contribute enough)
The student cooperated with other members of the group. Each student completed their assigned task.
Video is not focused on assigned group
Video is somewhat focused on the assigned group
Video is focused but could be more directed towards assigned group
Video is directed entirely towards assigned group
that you have all learned about the dangers of smoking. You should now
feel a great sense of accomplishment in knowing that you could have
saved one or more groups of people from the dangers of smoking! Give
yourself a pat on the back! Thanks for all your help! To find out more information on the dangers of smoking and how to quit visit www.smokefree.gov Credits & References: http://www.nosmokingsigns.com/nosmokingsticker.htm
-website where the no-smoking picture was from
-website used to help make Webquest rubric
PA.HSPE.10.1.6.DSTANDARD: Explain factors that influence childhood and adolescent drug use.PA.HSPE.10.1.6.D.1> peer influencePA.HSPE.10.2.9.BSTANDARD: Analyze the relationship between health-related information and adolescent consumer choices.PA.HSPE.10.2.9.B.1> tobacco products