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B.R.A.V.O.

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B.R.A.V.O.
Drugs
Substances such as tobacco, marihuana, alcohol, and prescription drugs that can change the way your body and mind act and work.

Cigarettes are made from tobacco - a tall and leafy plant that grows anywhere and everywhere in the world. The leafy tobacco plant contains a substance called nicotine, which is very addictive and deadly.

Tobacco comes in many different forms such as cigars, pipe tobacco, and chewing tobacco.



Drugs
HEALTH RISKS DID YOU KNOW
ALCOHOL
You are a S.T.A.R.
To respond to peer pressure correctly, you must...

THE LAW
THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF OUR ACTIONS
FUTURE
SITUATION
YOUR FRIEND OFFERS YOU TO TRY SMOKING. WHAT DO YOU DO?
SITUATION
YOUR FRIEND WANTS YOU TAKE PART IN AN UNSAFE ACTIVITY. WHAT DO YOU DO?
INTERNET AND SOCIAL MEDIA
BENEFITS OF
TECHNOLOGY Internet Etiquette
BULLYING
MARIHUANA
Welcome! Today we are here to talk to you about what we learned in B.R.A.V.O and how it can help us in the future.

Star is a decision making model .
S. state your situation
T. think about your choices
A. act on the best choice for you
R. review your decision
Peer Pressure
Peer pressure is when someone
your age tries to make you do
something.

The different types of
peer pressure are.....
-positive
-friendly
-teasing
-bullying

You can stop peer pressure by
-saying no
-suggest doing something different
-make an excuse or lie
-share a fact
-try to talk them out of it
-make eye contact
- use good and confident body language
- speak in a very strong voice with a good and clear message
S.
My friend wants me to take part in an
unsafe activity.
T.

A.

R.
I could take part, say no, make an excuse/lie or tell a fact!
We should say no and tell a fact!
Our choice is safe, responsible, respectful and it's not illegal.
Cancers of the lung,
mouth, lip, throat,
tongue, liver, kidney
and bladder.

Coronary heart disease,
circulatory
problems.

Tooth decay

Skin damage

Breathing problems
Second-hand smoke
is also very dangerous.
Too much of it can lead to problems similar to ones of smokers.

85 percent of smokers start before the age of 16.

It costs someone who smokes a half-a-pack of cigarettes per day more then $1,500.00
per year
B
UILDING
R
ESPECT,
A
TTITUDES AND
V
ALUES WITH
O
THERS

S. my friend wants me to smoke

T. smoke, say no, make an excuse or lie, tell a fact

A. say no and tell a fact

R. Our decision is responsible, safe, respectful, legal and helps your friend understand what smoking may do.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
Marihuana comes from the dried leaves of a Cannabis Sativa plant.

Leaves can be green, gray-ish green and/or brown.

Marihuana has a very strong smell.

The substance in marihuana is called T.H.C.

T.H.C. has gotten 20 times stronger in the last 54 years!

Long-term affects of marihuana are bronchitis, lack of concentration and motivation.

Marihuana is illegal in Canada.
WHAT TO KNOW
SHORT-TERM EFFECTS
LONG-TERM EFFECTS
Alcohol can seriously
damage your brain
and body.

It affects youth more
then adults.

It is a depressant drug.

The legal drinking age in
Ontario is 19 years of age.

NEVER combine alcohol
with any
medication.
Altered judgement

Slow reflexes

Poor balance

Vomiting

Blurred vision

Hangover


Liver disease

Poor performance

Negative impact on reputation

Depression and addiction.
Bullying is when someone purposely
tries to hurt, embarrass, or harm someone. Bullying occurs when there is a real power imbalance.


The types of bullying are
.verbal
.social
.physical
.cyber

Steps to Change Attitudes Towards Bullying
.BE AN UPSTANDER!
.support the victim
.don't be a bystander
.be inclusive
~research
~shopping
~entertainment
~stay in touch



Facts
~not all the facts on the internet are true
~people on social networks
may not be who they say they are
~once something is posted online or on social network it cannot be totally deleted
~
THINK
before
you post is it
T
rue
H
urtful
I
llegal
N
ecessary
K
ind
~don't say something
online to
someone that you
would not say to
their face
~Ask people in pictures
for permission to
use them

MUNICIPAL PROVINCIAL FEDERAL
noise

loitering
in parks

skate
boarding

CONSEQUENCES:
TICKET
Highway
traffic act

Smoke-free
Ontario act

Liquor
License act

CONSEQUENCES:
ARREST, SUMMONS,
FINE AND TICKET
Possession
of drugs

Assault

Threatening

Mischief

Theft

CONSEQUENCES:
CRIMINAL RECORD, COMMUNITY SERVICE, FINE
The B.R.A.V.O. program can help us in the future because it really goes to show you what life is and what it will be once we're older and even now. For example it teaches us to think for ourselves, what drugs and alcohol can do and how it affects us, how to stand up for ourselves and others against bullies, and to be safe online and follow rules and laws since they are there for a reason.
S.T.A.R. teaches us a way to think that's responsible, respectful, safe and kind.
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