Full Talk About Alcohol education resources
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The full set of Talk About Alcohol resources for all abilities, including those with moderate learning difficulties ( recommended age group 11- 18) includes:
- The 100 page award winning Talk About Alcohol workbook of lesson plans, activities and guidance.
- Access to 30 pages of guidance for the SEN scheme of work and the SEN online area of 6 lessons and power points and picture and story led activities
60 full colour laminates of activity cards and scenarios to use in class and other settings. Good for groups small and large and for one to one discussion
- The ‘Just a Few Drinks’ DVD of 4 true stories and accompanying lessons and activities.
The hard backed full set of resources for all abilities, including those with moderate learning difficulties includes:
The 100 page talk about alcohol workbook
30 pages of guidance for the SEN scheme of work
Access to the SEN online area of 6 lessons and powerpoints and picture and story led activities
60 Full colour laminates of activity cards and scenarios to use in class
The ‘Just a Few Drinks’ DVD of 4 true stories
1 Reviews for Full Talk About Alcohol education resources
Easy to Use and adaptable - Wednesday, February 15, 2017I used the AET Teacher Workbook for lesson plans and materials for the LEAF Alcohol Programme last year. I used this resource with all of Year 8 over the period of four lessons and with Year 9 over two lessons.
I found the resource easy to use. The layout is clear and there is an option to use the worksheets as they stand or to adapt them to meet the needs of your class. The suggested activities also have scope to fit in with the needs of your class and can easily be changed as questions and issues arise. I liked the flexibility of this.
The resource allowed me to feel confident when delivering these lessons as it is backed up with evidence and statistics. I found my students liked having the facts. It also used language that my students understood and allowed me to feel sure that I was giving the correct information.
The links to the website mean that the resource is ‘live’ and can be kept current. This is essential for any PSHE resource. I would recommend this resource to other teachers.