We’ve seen the effects drugs can have on individuals and society. Now it is up to you to successfully pass this on to others. Some guidelines I want you to follow from ATI philosophy:
  • The message should make your audience think, be inspired, make smarter choices, be informed, be wary but not seem like a scare tactic, a guilt trip or labelling.
  • Should not judge or show disrespect to those who use drugs but should not excuse drug use.
  • Don’t make drug use seem normal, common, cool or funny
  • Avoid showing drug use and drug paraphernalia


Criteria:
This is a group project with two to three members, but for every group member you must have a different medium for your campaign. Though you work as a group, each member is the coordinator for one of the media. No hand drawn posters or hand written work will be accepted for this project.
Three drugs within one category must be chosen for your campaign and must be well researched. Each student is responsible for researching one drug.
ALL CAMPAIGNS MUST BE COMPLETELY ORIGINAL. USING A PART OR PARTS OF EXISTING CAMPAIGNS IS UNACCEPTABLE AND WILL RESULT IN A FORFIETED MARK FOR THE ENTIRE GROUP
All information must be sourced from a valid site and you must have one print resource. See the link below for online sources. Library books will be made available during class. See me if you use a source other than the ones provided.
Presentation: Your group will be asked to present your campaign to the class. See presentation criteria handout.
If the subject of drugs gives you any unease please see me to discuss an alternate topic for your campaign.

The project link:
http://gss.sd42.libguides.com/psychology

A great example of an anti drug campaign. Also gives drug info.
http://www.abovetheinfluence.com/

An excellent example of an Anti-drug Campaign Facebook Page created for this project.
https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/206751676015180/