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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Drugs and Alcohol Questions

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Grade 6 Drugs and Alcohol
                What is harmful substance not found in tobacco smoke?
  1. Tar
  2. Nicotine
  3. Carbon monoxide
  4. Caffeine
Grade 6 Drugs and Alcohol
                        What is a stage of Tobacco Addiction?
  1. First Use/Occasional Use
  2. Regular Use
  3. Total Dependence
  4. All the above
Grade 6 Drugs and Alcohol
Chewing tobacco is not as addictive as other tobacco products such as cigarettes.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 6 Drugs and Alcohol
Early signs of mouth cancer may occur after just a few years of using spit tobacco.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 6 Drugs and Alcohol
When I stand up for someone getting bullied because they won't smoke and im not worried about it I am             Assertive            
Grade 6 Drugs and Alcohol
When I say I encourage that people don't smoke I am a            Advocate           
Grade 6 Drugs and Alcohol
A drug that slows brain and body reactions.
  1. depressant
  2. drug
  3. zero-tolerance policy
  4. fermentation
Grade 6 Drugs and Alcohol
A period of time that the drinker cannot recall.
  1. intoxication
  2. blackout
  3. blood alcohol concentration
  4. hangover
Grade 6 Drugs and Alcohol
A chemical substance that is taken to cause changes in a person's body or behavior.
  1. depressant
  2. drug
  3. zero-tolerance policy
  4. fermentation
Grade 6 Drugs and Alcohol
It takes your body two hours to burn off a single ounce of alcohol.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 6 Drugs and Alcohol
The amount of alcohol in a person's blood.
  1. intoxication
  2. blackout
  3. blood alcohol concentration
  4. hangover
Grade 6 Drugs and Alcohol
The liver begins to fill with fat, which blocks the flow of blood in the liver.
  1. driving while intoxicated
  2. overdose
  3. binge drinking
  4. cirrhosis
Grade 6 Drugs and Alcohol
A driver over age 21 caught driving with a BAC that exceeds the legal limit of 0.08.
  1. driving while intoxicated
  2. overdose
  3. binge drinking
  4. cirrhosis
Grade 6 Drugs and Alcohol
Students face stiff consequences -including suspension- starting with the first time they are caught with alcohol or other drugs.
  1. depressant
  2. drug
  3. zero-tolerance policy
  4. fermentation
Grade 6 Drugs and Alcohol
Alcohol in beverages is produced by this process.
  1. depressant
  2. drug
  3. zero-tolerance policy
  4. fermentation
Grade 6 Drugs and Alcohol
Why is caffeine bad?
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