Drugs come in many classifications each with their own general effects on the central nervous system. There is also different levels of drug use and many factors that can lead to problematic drug use.Diacuss.

Drugs come in many classifications each with their own general effects on the central nervous system. There is also different levels of drug use and many factors that can lead to problematic drug use.Diacuss.

4:10 Analysis of elements

Pre-Test:

Main Idea
Drugs come in many classifications each with their own general effects on the central nervous system. There is also different levels of drug use and many factors that can lead to problematic drug use.

Supporting Detail
•    Drugs are classified as Stimulants, Depressants, Psychedelics, Inhalants, Sports Drugs, and Psychiatric Medications.
•    Levels of drug use range between abstinence, experimentation, social/recreational use, habituation, abuse and addiction.
•    Factors contributing to problematic drug use include, but are not limited to the amount, frequency, and duration of drug use, as well as heredity and/or environment.
Conclusion
Drug use is not inherently bad. Instead, it is a combination of factors that give rise to social and personal concerns involving drug use. Due to the range and combinations of factors that lead to problematic drug use, the life altering effects of an experimental “hard” drug, can actually be less severe than an addiction to a “legal” drug.

4:20 Analysis of Relationships

Pre-Test:

Relationship between main idea and supporting idea
The main idea espouses that there is no single factor that determines problematic drug use. The combination of contributing elements that cause use and abuse to differ as well as how chemical alterations in consciousness affect a person both psychologically and physically are important topics In psychology

Relationship between main idea and example
The main idea suggests that an increase in any number of the contributing factors of problematic drug use can ultimately lead to longer lasting effects and dependency. These factors include:
•    Amount of drugs used
•    Frequency of drug use
•    Duration of drug use
•    Heredity
•    Environment

Most important evidence
Drug use is a response to the basic need of human beings to cope with their environment.
Interrelationships
Some drugs are prescribed and have beneficial effects when used properly
Faults in logic
All the ideas in the passage seemed coherent
Consistency
All the ideas within the content seemed relevant and necessary to support the thesis idea
Cause and effect
Drug use can escalate as contributing factors increase

4:30 Analysis of Organizational Principles

Pre-Test:

Conclusion
Drugs, whether prescribed or illicit, affect the brains chemical balance.

Description of structure
Author captures the reader with the title of the passage. Gives the reader a clear perspective of the story. The author starts by first removing the illusions that many commonly used substances are anything other than drugs. He then proceeds to define certain terminology necessary for understanding the passage as a whole, and then goes on to explain the significance of understanding the effects of drugs both physically and psychologically.
The author then chooses to numerate reoccurring historical themes regarding drug use: The basic need of humans to cope with their environment, psychoactive drugs effectiveness based on its mimicry of natural brain neurochemicals, The ever present role of governments and businesses in the drug trade, the increased potency of drugs through technological advances, and the ongoing research into getting drugs to reach the brain faster.
The author also lists the classifications of drugs based on their general effects well as other types of drugs readily used. The author also lists the different levels of drug use and how that is one of the contributing factors of problematic drug use.

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Drugs come in many classifications each with their own general effects on the central nervous system. There is also different levels of drug use and many factors that can lead to problematic drug use.Diacuss.

Drugs come in many classifications each with their own general effects on the central nervous system. There is also different levels of drug use and many factors that

can lead to problematic drug use.Diacuss.

4:10 Analysis of elements

Pre-Test:

Main Idea
Drugs come in many classifications each with their own general effects on the central nervous system. There is also different levels of drug use and many factors that

can lead to problematic drug use.

Supporting Detail
•    Drugs are classified as Stimulants, Depressants, Psychedelics, Inhalants, Sports Drugs, and Psychiatric Medications.
•    Levels of drug use range between abstinence, experimentation, social/recreational use, habituation, abuse and addiction.
•    Factors contributing to problematic drug use include, but are not limited to the amount, frequency, and duration of drug use, as well as heredity and/or

environment.
Conclusion
Drug use is not inherently bad. Instead, it is a combination of factors that give rise to social and personal concerns involving drug use. Due to the range and

combinations of factors that lead to problematic drug use, the life altering effects of an experimental “hard” drug, can actually be less severe than an addiction to a

“legal” drug.

4:20 Analysis of Relationships

Pre-Test:

Relationship between main idea and supporting idea
The main idea espouses that there is no single factor that determines problematic drug use. The combination of contributing elements that cause use and abuse to differ

as well as how chemical alterations in consciousness affect a person both psychologically and physically are important topics In psychology

Relationship between main idea and example
The main idea suggests that an increase in any number of the contributing factors of problematic drug use can ultimately lead to longer lasting effects and dependency.

These factors include:
•    Amount of drugs used
•    Frequency of drug use
•    Duration of drug use
•    Heredity
•    Environment

Most important evidence
Drug use is a response to the basic need of human beings to cope with their environment.
Interrelationships
Some drugs are prescribed and have beneficial effects when used properly
Faults in logic
All the ideas in the passage seemed coherent
Consistency
All the ideas within the content seemed relevant and necessary to support the thesis idea
Cause and effect
Drug use can escalate as contributing factors increase

4:30 Analysis of Organizational Principles

Pre-Test:

Conclusion
Drugs, whether prescribed or illicit, affect the brains chemical balance.

Description of structure
Author captures the reader with the title of the passage. Gives the reader a clear perspective of the story. The author starts by first removing the illusions that

many commonly used substances are anything other than drugs. He then proceeds to define certain terminology necessary for understanding the passage as a whole, and

then goes on to explain the significance of understanding the effects of drugs both physically and psychologically.
The author then chooses to numerate reoccurring historical themes regarding drug use: The basic need of humans to cope with their environment, psychoactive drugs

effectiveness based on its mimicry of natural brain neurochemicals, The ever present role of governments and businesses in the drug trade, the increased potency of

drugs through technological advances, and the ongoing research into getting drugs to reach the brain faster.
The author also lists the classifications of drugs based on their general effects well as other types of drugs readily used. The author also lists the different levels

of drug use and how that is one of the contributing factors of problematic drug use.

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