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  • slide 1: Drug and Alcohol Awareness e-Learning Course
  • slide 2: Item No. Screen Title Screen Text Audio Script V T Graphical Notes S0000 Module Title Slide Module 20 Living a Drug Free Life none - Stinger Module Title Slide Template Image Id: 11820361 S0005 SECTION INTRO SLIDE Section One: Introduction None - 5 sec stinger Section intro slide template S0010 Introduction – Welcome Welcome to Module 20 Living a Drug Free Life. In this module you will learn:  Methods to help you change your life.  How to maintain positive attitudes.  Positive outlets for stress. Click Forward to continue. Welcome to Module 20 Living a Drug Free Life. In this module you will learn different methods that can help people who are trying to change their lives just like you such as maintaining positive attitudes and finding positive ways to alleviate stress. In the next section we will look at the different stages of drug use but first let’s review the learning objectives for this module. F Global interaction: fade in bullets one at a time. Global on-screen text for each page- Click Forward to continue. Global note: all documents open in a new window Global note: Videos play in-slide Standard content template
  • slide 3: Item No. Screen Title Screen Text Audio Script V T Graphical Notes Image Id: 13205592 S0015 Introduction – Learning Objectives By the end of this module you should be able to:  Identify the five different stages of drug use.  Recognize the potential consequences of chemical dependence or drug abuse.  Recall two different methods that can be used to make life changes. Click Forward to continue. By the end of this module you should be able to:  Identify the five different stages of drug use.  Recognize the potential consequences of chemical dependence or drug abuse. And  Recall two different methods that can be used to make life changes. F Standard objectives template S0020 SECTION INTRO SLIDE Section Two: Life Changes None - 5 sec stinger Section intro slide template
  • slide 4: Item No. Screen Title Screen Text Audio Script V T Graphical Notes S0025 Life Changes – Overview Frequent use of alcohol or drugs can get people hooked. This pattern of use can apply to any type of drug including:  Caffeine.  Tobacco.  Alcohol.  Cocaine.  Marijuana. Click Forward to continue. When individuals frequently use alcohol or drugs they often become hooked and then find it increasingly difficult to stop their habit. It is important to remember this pattern of use applies to any type of drug including caffeine tobacco alcohol cocaine or marijuana. Next let’s look at the different stages of drug use. F Standard content template Images fade in time with audio: Caffeine: Image Id: 12638853 Tobacco: Image Id: 2737742 Alcohol:
  • slide 5: Item No. Screen Title Screen Text Audio Script V T Graphical Notes Image Id: 2822734 Cocaine: Image Id: 22084035 Marijuana: Image Id: 3104388 S0030 Life Changes – Five Stages of Drug Use Five main stages of drug use. There are five main stages of drug use that an individual will go through. F Interactivity template Slider interaction - similar to below:
  • slide 6: Item No. Screen Title Screen Text Audio Script V T Graphical Notes Drag the slider to each numbered stage to learn more. Click Forward to continue. Text to display when slider is dragged to step 1: Experimental:  Short-term.  Non-repetitive.  Less than five times.  Motivation curiosity / peer pressure. Text to display when slider is dragged to step 2: Social or recreational:  Within social situations or groups.  Can be a result of peer pressure.  Risks depend on type of drug and frequency. Text to display when slider is dragged to step 3: Situational: Drag the slider to each numbered stage to learn more. Male VT – save audio file as S0030A: The first stage is Experimental use. At this stage the drug use is on a short- term basis and not repeated probably used less than five times in total. The user’s main motivation for using the drug is likely just curiosity or pressure from the people around them. Male VT – save audio file as S0030B: Stage two is Social or recreational use. This is when the individual uses the drug within social situations or within a group and is often triggered by peer pressure. The risks associated with this type of use will depend on what type of drug is being used and how often. Male VT – save audio file as S0030C: The third stage is Situational use. At this point individuals will use drugs in specific situations or perhaps when attending certain events or on special occasions such as New Year’s Eve. 184044 Slider Bottom: Storyline Interaction eLearning Brothers User drags slider to numbers 1-5 to reveal onscreen text and images shown below. Stage 1: Image Id: 47924969
  • slide 7: Item No. Screen Title Screen Text Audio Script V T Graphical Notes  Specific situations events or occasions.  Motivation feel effects of drug.  Can lead to excessive use. Text to display when slider is dragged to step 4: Compulsive:  Regular and compulsive use which impacts user’s life.  User will become depressed if supply is stopped.  Alternative drugs or alcohol will be sought. Text to display when slider is dragged to step 5: Intensive:  Frequent use to cope or gain pleasure.  Example: marijuana to aid sleep or relaxation.  Behavioral patterns can affect relationships and day-to-day life. Users are motivated by the need to feel the drug’s effects but this can often increase to the point of excessive use. Male VT – save audio file as S0030D: Stage four is Compulsive use. Individuals at this stage will be using drugs on a regular and compulsive basis and this will have a major impact on their life. If the drug supply is reduced or stopped for some reason the user often becomes depressed and will turn to alternative drugs or alcohol instead. Male VT – save audio file as S0030E: The fifth and final stage is Intensive use. At this point frequent drug use will be a coping mechanism for the individual or a means of gaining pleasure. For example drugs like marijuana may be used to help the user get to sleep or relax. Behavioral patterns such as these can ultimately affect and change relationships as well as the way the individual functions on a day-to-day basis. Stage 2: Image Id: 59345469 Stage 3: Image Id: 69407419 Stage 4:
  • slide 8: Item No. Screen Title Screen Text Audio Script V T Graphical Notes Image Id: 50228707 Stage 5: Image Id: 109815762 Text below appears at bottom of screen once all stages have been visited: Note: individuals who inject or smoke drugs such as cocaine may progress more rapidly through stages 1-3. S0035 Life Changes – Five Stages of Drug Use - Activity Let’s take a moment to complete an activity. Can you remember the 5 different stages of drug use none - Interactivity template Matching drag and drop similar to image below:
  • slide 9: Item No. Screen Title Screen Text Audio Script V T Graphical Notes Listed below are 5 statements. Match each one to the correct stage of drug use by dragging them into the corresponding box. Click Submit to check your answers. The drug has been used 3 times with friends: the user was curious to know how it would feel. Experimental Use The drug is only used within social situations: the user felt pressurized from their friends to take it with them. Social or Recreational Use The drug is used whenever the user is out celebrating with friends on special occasions. Situational Use The drug is used on a regular basis. If the user cannot get hold of the drug they will try alternative drugs or alcohol. Compulsive Use The user takes the drug to help them get to sleep each night and cope with day-to-day life. Intensive Use 186665 Tent Dragger: Storyline Interaction eLearning Brothers NOTE TO DEVELOPER: FEEL FREE TO USE A DROP DOWN MENU MATCHING TEMPLATE FOR THIS ONE.-cp User must drag each statement into boxes labelled as follows: Stage 1: Experimental Use Stage 2: Social or Recreational Use Stage 3: Situational Use Stage 4: Compulsive Use Stage 5: Intensive Use Feedback: Indicate correct and incorrect answers
  • slide 10: Item No. Screen Title Screen Text Audio Script V T Graphical Notes S0040 Life Changes – Critical Consequences Intensive and Compulsive use chemical dependence or drug abuse. It affects:  Self-esteem.  Day-to-day life.  Coping mechanisms. Consequences:  Loss of job.  Fine.  Probation.  Incarceration. What happens when you are arrested Click on the info icon to find out. Click Forward to continue. The last two stages of drug use that you just saw – Intensive and Compulsive use – are strong indicators of a chemical dependence or drug abuse. In other words the drug use is having an impact on the user’s self-esteem and day-to-day life including their ability to cope. Behavioral patterns such as these are evident within chemically dependent people. So what are the consequences of this pattern Well the consequences will vary but they can include losing a job incurring a fine probation and even incarceration. Being arrested for drug-related offences can also be an embarrassing experience. Click on the information icon to see what happens if you are arrested. F Standard content template Image Id: 21958013 Standard Info icon appears in time with audio. Text to display when user clicks on info icon: Once arrested your fingerprints and photograph will be taken followed by a strip search which involves a search of all body cavities. S0045 Life Changes – The First Step How can people change their life and break their drug habits Click on the images to find out more. Click Forward to continue. So what about the people who wish to change their life What can they do to help break their habit There are several methods that can be used to make this critical life change. Click on the images to find out more. F Interactivity template User clicks on below images to reveal text and audio: Positive attitude: Commented CP1: Hate to do this but I feel like we should have a matching activity on the stages of drug use after this row. It is critical that they understand what happens at each stage. Can you add this activity in and fix the numbering Thanks so much. Commented 2: Reply to Cheryl Powell 07/22/2016 11:04: "..." IS this the matching game above Or are we missing an activity Commented HH3R2: This comment relates to the matching drag and drop that is now on S0035
  • slide 11: Item No. Screen Title Screen Text Audio Script V T Graphical Notes Positive attitude:  Establish relationships with people who are not dependent.  Spiritual relationships may help. Positive outlet:  Exercise.  Meditation.  Hobbies.  Volunteering. Male VT – save audio file as S0045A: Maintain a positive attitude To do this they will need to establish positive relationships with other people who are not dependent on drugs or alcohol. Some people may find that a spiritual relationship will stop them from becoming an addict or help them in their struggle to stop using drugs. Male VT – save audio file as S0045B Find a positive outlet There needs to be some kind of alternative and positive outlet to enable people to cope with stress. Some good examples include exercise meditation hobbies or voluntary work. Image Id: 48301495 Positive outlet: Image Id: 111345986 S0050 Life Changes – Activity Read through the following scenario. How would you respond in this situation Male VT – save feedback audio as S0050A: It may be tempting to find an excuse to not attend the party but be aware that these tend to only work on one M Interactivity template Text entry interaction: user types response into text box. Feedback audio plays once user clicks Submit.
  • slide 12: Item No. Screen Title Screen Text Audio Script V T Graphical Notes Enter your response in the text box and then click Submit to check your answer. You have been invited by your boss to the office party. You do not want to drink so would rather not go but feel you have to in order to be accepted by your boss. How should you respond Click Forward to continue. occasion before the trust begins to fade. The best response is to be honest. You will probably find you earn more respect for telling the truth. Image Id: 10280768 S0055 Life Changes – Activity You have recently started dating someone but every time you go out you notice they always get drunk. How should you deal with this situation Enter your response in the text box below then click Submit to check your answer. Click Forward to continue. Male VT – save feedback audio as S0055A: Hmmm this can be a difficult dilemma. If you share your concerns they may not take your advice since it will depend on the stage of their addiction. You could try offering to go with them to counseling but again they might resist your offer of help. If they refuse help then the best course of action would be to end the relationship and explain your reasons why. In the end your actions and offer of help could help save their life. M Interactivity template Repeat instructions from S0045 Text entry interaction: user types response into text box. Feedback audio plays once user clicks Submit. Image Id: 102773352
  • slide 13: Item No. Screen Title Screen Text Audio Script V T Graphical Notes S0060 Life Changes – Activity Let’s explore some more scenarios. Go to the Resources area and download the Living a Drug Free Life worksheet. Read through the scenarios and document your responses and then return to this screen. Click Forward to review the answers and compare them to your own responses. None - Interactivity template Living a Drug Free Life worksheet S0065 Life Changes – Activity Review SCENARIO 1  Talk to your grandfather when he is sober.  Share your concerns with other family members.  Be honest about why you cannot attend future get- togethers. SCENARIO 2  Warn your brother he will have to move out.  Call the police.  Offer your help. Click Forward to continue. none - Standard Content Template Scenario 1: Image Id: 65110687 Scenario 2: Commented 4: Scenarios 1 and 2 are missing. Commented HH5R4: These are in the Living a Drug Free Life worksheet in the resources area
  • slide 14: Item No. Screen Title Screen Text Audio Script V T Graphical Notes Image Id: 83379948 S0070 SECTION INTRO SLIDE Section Three: Summary and Conclusion None - 5 sec stinger Section intro slide template S0075 Summary and Conclusion – Wrapping it Up Congratulations you have reached the conclusion of Module 20 Living a Drug Free Life. You should now have a better understanding of:  The five different stages of drug use.  The potential consequences of chemical dependence or drug abuse.  Different methods that can be used to make life changes.  How to best respond in situations involving other people’s drug or alcohol abuse. For questions about this course please contact NTSI via email at Congratulations you have reached the conclusion of Module 20 Living a Drug Free Life. Based on the content of this module and the activities you have completed on real-life scenarios you should now have a better understanding of:  The five different stages of drug use.  The potential consequences of chemical dependence or drug abuse.  Different methods that can be used to make life changes.  How to best respond in situations involving other people’s drug or alcohol abuse. F Summary and conclusion template
  • slide 15: Item No. Screen Title Screen Text Audio Script V T Graphical Notes ntsisentsi.com or by phone at 888- 497-4499. For questions about this course please contact NTSI via email at Ehn- tee-ess-eye-ess-ee at ehn-tee-ess-eye dot com or by phone at eight-eight- eight-four-nine-seven-four-four-nine- nine.
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