Your daily fix - fact or fiction
This lesson plan is designed to suspend judgement on drug use and instead look at what the socio-economic reasons for it might be. It does this initially through examining scenarios from a work of fiction and a film (starring Jennifer Lawrence). These are then considered within the context of the history of Methamphetamine (commonly called Crystal Meth or Crank) and speculation on why its use may have become so prevalent in certain areas of the USA. Understanding of concepts is checked by questions based on Bloom's Taxonomy and examination of rising levels of Khat addiction in the UK.

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Created: Apr 20, 2014

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