DrugFree Kids

~ Exam ~

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This test has 12 questions.

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1. The science process of the drugfree kids curriculum is ___.

  a. observing

  b. communicating

  c. comparing

  d. all 3


2. Kids who use tobacco __.

  a. boast about it

  b. lie about it

  c. are ignorant

  d. are honest


3. The first slogan in the curriculum is ___.

  a. Don't buy that cigarette

  b. Don't buy that lie

  c. Don't smoke, don's cheat

  d. quit


4. Children should be able to distinguish between harmful and helpful ___.

  a. advertising

  b. substances

  c. information

  d. all 3


5. Smoking is harmful and ___.

  a. very difficult to stop

  b. impossible to stop

  c. easy to stop

  d. hard to start


6. About smoking, children are asked to make a ___.

  a. decision

  b. opinion

  c. pre-decision

  d. comment


7. Drug-use as described in this course includes use of ___.

  a. tobacco smoking

  b. chewing tobacco

  c. alcohol

  d. all 3


8. A form of dishonesty is ___.

  a. lying

  b. cheating

  c. deception

  d. all 3


9. Alcohol use impairs _____.

  a. thinking

  b. body functions

  c. for some the ability to stop drinking

  d. all 3


10. The 3rd step in stopping substance abuse is ___.

  a. assessment

  b. changing behavior

  c. maintaining behavioral changes

  d. rehabilitation


11. Alcohol is a ___ drug.

  a. ordinary

  b. harmless

  c. powerful

  d. helpful


12. I have taught at least one child the DrugFree Kids program (This is required for a CE certificate)

  a. yes

  b. no