Mark 17-18, 2018 (Cover Center- Waterford)
Peer Resistance Skills
Peer Resistance Skills (PRS) is a curriculum module lesson in peer pressure and techniques for saying “NO”,
that is taught by high school students to younger 4th and 5th grade students.
It is proven effective, science-based, and produces behavior change.
*Reduce the likelihood of younger peers using alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.
*Educate younger peers about types of peer pressure they will or have encountered.
*Teach younger peers skills and techniques for saying “NO” effectively and appropriately.
*Present high school students as positive role models who care about their younger peers.
*Have fun while teaching.
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