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Alcohol Awareness (Grade 9)

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Alcohol Awareness

1. 
Matching: Fill in the blanks regarding use of alcohol, use the word bank provided.

Word bank:
judgment, coordination, reaction time, short term memory, vision, enthusiasm, aspirations, balance, behavior, physical prowess

1.                                                                  is blurred
2.                                                                  is slowed down
3.                                                                  is impaired
4.                                                                  is erratic
5.                                                                  can be lost



2. 
A term used to describe the after effects of drinking too much alcohol.
  1. intoxication
  2. blackout
  3. blood alcohol concentration
  4. hangover
3. 
A state in which a person's mental and physical abilities are impaired by alcohol or another substance.
  1. intoxication
  2. blackout
  3. blood alcohol concentration
  4. hangover
4. 
Which of these is NOT a factor that influences the onset and severity of the short-term effects of drinking?                       
  1. body size and gender
  2. food in the stomach
  3. time of the consumption
  4. rate of consumption
5. 
The consumption of excessive amounts of alcohol at one sitting.
  1. driving while intoxicated
  2. overdose
  3. binge drinking
  4. cirrhosis
6. 
What is tolerance?
  1. It is the amount a person can drink before feeling any effects
  2. It is the amount a person can allow his or her friends to drink.
  3. It is the amount a person can drink before vomiting.
  4. It is the need for increasing amounts of alcohol before feeling any effects.
7. 
What should you do to speed up the process of "sobering or reducing BAC?"
  1. Nothing will work, time is the only way.
  2. Lots of coffee.
  3. Tomato juice and lemon
  4. Mouthwash
8. 
Which B.A.C. level is likely to cause death?
  1. .08
  2. .21
  3. .37
  4. .01
9. 
What B.A.C. is considered legally drunk in most states?
  1. .50
  2. .05
  3. .80
  4. .08
10. 
How long does it take your body to break down one standard drink? (1.5 oz hard liquor, 5 oz wine, 12 oz beer)
  1. 30 minutes
  2. 60 minutes
  3. 90 minutes
  4. 120 minutes
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