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CAP DDRP Lesson Plan

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CAP DDRP Lesson Plan

    Civil Air Patrol Drug Demand Reduction

    Program

    Lesson 11

    Club Drugs

This Lesson Plan Produced By Your Drug Demand Reduction Program

    Club Drugs

    PART I

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    LESSON OBJECTIVES: The objective of this lesson is for each member to: 1. Better understand the difference between some of the different types of club drugs. 2. Be able to spot some of the signs that young people may be using a club drug.

    DESIRED LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this lesson, each member will: 1. Have information on three specific club drugs and their effects. 2. Recognize some of the indications of the effects of the three club drugs.

LENGTH OF LESSON: 30 35 minutes

METHOD: Lecture and Discussion

REFERENCES:

    1. GHB, Rohypnol and Ketamine (National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA))

    2. U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

VISUAL AIDS/HANDOUTS/ACTIVITY MATERIALS: 29 Animated Slides

READINGS:

    1. GHB, Rohypnol and Ketamine (National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA))

    2. U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

WEBSITES: www.drugfree.org

    www.dea.gov

KEYS TO IMPLEMENTING LESSON OBJECTIVES: Familiarize oneself with the

    differences of club drugs and how they are related. Become familiar with the dangers and what using any of the club drugs will do to your body. Also, review applicable websites for additional

    information.

    1

    Club Drugs

    PART II

    LESSON PLAN

    INTRODUCTION

SLIDE 1 CLUB DRUGS

Club drugs are being used by young adults at all-night dance parties such as “raves” or “trances,

    and dance clubs and bars. MDMA (ecstasy), GHB, rohypnol, ketamine, methamphetamine and LSD are some of the club or party drugs gaining popularity. The use of club drugs can cause serious health problems. For this lesson, we will cover only GHB, rohypnol, and ketamine. MDMA (ecstasy), LSD and methamphetamine are covered in other lessons.

    BODY