Resource: FDA Tobacco Education Resource Library

Published June 12, 2023

FDA Tobacco Education Resource Library

The Tobacco Education Resource Library from the United States Food and Drug Administration offers three lesson plans designed for grades 6 – 12. These are variously aligned to Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Math, and to Next Generation Science Standards.

The lessons are:

  1. Teens and Vaping: The Real Health Consequences, 50 minutes
  2. Vaping Research Project, 40 minutes
  3. Sizing Up E-Cigarette Marketing, 45 minutes

Printable, downloadable information sources:

  • Vaping facts and misperceptions, 8.5 x 11” poster
  • How to Talk to Kids About Vaping, 8.5 x 11” poster
  • Fact: Vaping Harms Your Health, 8.5 x 11” poster
  • The Risks of Vaping Digital Issue, four-page magazine for middle and high school students
  • More Print Materials & Downloads

Teachers Blog:

  • How to Educate Students About the Dangers of Vaping
  • How to Spot Stealth and Disposable E-Cigarettes
  • How to Discuss E-Cigarettes and Nicotine Addiction with Youth
  • How to Help Teens Stay Nicotine-Free
  • Helping Student Athletes Avoid Vaping

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