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Project Menu: Tobacco Assessment 6R

Due Date:

 
Choose one of the following projects to demonstrate your knowledge of the dangers of tobacco.

 

Tobacco Comic Strip

Create a comic strip story that helps teens to realize why they should say NO to tobacco products; you may focus on either chewing tobacco or cigarettes.

Requirements:

  1. Creative Title
  2. 7-8 Body Frames (Must have 6 frames for story line!); can be 2 3s, or 3 2s, etc.
    • 3 negative consequences of tobacco (1 physical consequence, 1 addictive consequence, and 1 other consequence) that occur in a realistic timeframe
    • Artistic design: several colors, final-draft-quality drawings
    • Thought bubbles and/or narration boxes to help reader clearly understand story line with proper English, free of spelling and grammar errors.
    • You may use one frame as a title or end.

 

Tobacco Poster

Create an anti-tobacco poster that includes the Health Canada warning, an original anti-tobacco slogan, and 5 negative consequences of tobacco.

Requirements:

  1. 11x17 poster with a coloured background and drawn-on border
  2. Must include the Health Canada Warning
  3. 5 negative consequences of tobacco (Labeled & Pictured)
    • 3 long-term physical effects
    • 1 effect that shows the addictive nature of nicotine
    • 1 additional effect
  4. An anti-tobacco slogan
  5. A picture or graphic

 

Tobacco Ad

Alter a tobacco ad to accurately reflect the danger of tobacco products.

Directions:

1.      Cut your 8 x11 ad in half (vertically, horizontally, or diagonally).

2.      Glue half of the ad onto a sheet of white paper.

3.      Re-draw the other half of the ad, changing at least 3 aspects of it to reflect the dangers of tobacco. Your changes must demonstrate 3:

o        1 physical effect of tobacco

o        1 effect that shows the addictive nature of nicotine

o        1 additional effect of tobacco

4.      Must include the Health Canada warning

5.      Glue the other half of the ad to the back of the paper so that Mr. Roache can compare the original version to your new version.

 


Grading Rubric: Tobacco Comic Strip

Requirement

Value

Score

Creative title

2 points

 

Free from spelling/grammar mistakes (- 1-2, 3-4, 5-6)

3 points

 

All pictures, speech bubbles, and captions are neat and legible

3 points

 

Pictures are in full colour and clearly and accurately represent the scene

3 points

 

Fluid story line

3 points

 

3 negative consequences of tobacco

Physical consequence

3 points

Addictive Cycle

3 points

 

One additional consequence

3 points

 

Overall appearance and impact

2 points

 

Total

25 points

 

Grading Rubric: Tobacco Poster

Requirement

Value

Score

Neat and easy to read; coloured background and border

2 point

 

Free from spelling/grammar mistakes (- 1-2, 3-4, 5-6)

2 point

 

Health Canada Warning

2 points

 

Anti-tobacco slogan

2 points

 

Pictures & graphics are convincing

2 points

 

5 negative consequences of tobacco

Physical consequence

3 points

Physical consequence

3 points

 

Physical consequence

3 points

 

Addictive consequence

3 points

 

One additional consequence

3 points

 

Total

25 points

 

Grading Rubric: Tobacco Ad

Requirement

Value

Score

Neat and easy to read makes sense!

2 points

 

Several colors used to match attached ad

2 points

 

Health Canada Warning

1 point

 

3 changes to the original ad

1 change that shows a physical effect of tobacco

5 points

 

1 change that shows the addictive nature of tobacco

5 points

 

1 additional change

5 points

 

Total

20 points