CLASSROOM LESSON MATERIALS
Designed for 1 class session, which is approximately 60-90 minutes depending on how much discussion is generated.
Designed to be used in an Advisory class could range from 15-30 minutes depending on how much discussion occurs.
Fentanyl and Other Drugs:
Unit for 9th Grade
NC Essential Standards
9.ATOD.1 and 9.ATOD.2
A launching pad for discussion, independent open-ended inquiry learning activities that includes starter questions and easy links to key resources.
Meet Jennifer and Jon Epstein who lost also their son, Cal, to fentanyl poisoning. Watch Fake and Fatal: Cal's Story.
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