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Junior Activity Week 

Term 2 Health Smoking, Drugs and Legal Highs
 
 
 
Should "legal highs" be kept legal or made illegal?

Instructions:
You will be given time in the library to research 'legal highs' and the impact they have.
 
You will need to prepare a presentation to share with the class.
 
You can work in pairs, but you will need produce a presentation for your self
 
about whether they should be legal or illegal and you will need to back it up with examples, evidence, reasons for your answer.
 
 
Focus Questions:
 
What are "legal highs"?
What makes these "legal highs" so bad?
Why are so many people upset at the sale of "legal highs"?
 
Why were "legal highs" made illegal in New Zealand?
 
What is the new law around the sale of "legal highs" in New Zealand?
 
Do you think it is a good or bad thing to have "legal highs" for sale in NZ? 
Why do you think this way?




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