Toolwire Week 5

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Title| Discerning the Difference Between Issues and Problems|

Assessment B, Part 1: Email a Friend about the Issue/Problem of Interest| |
The topic of drug abuse I see it as a problem. We all know that it is a problem that many adolescent are abusing drugs but apparently we do not see to agree on a solution.|
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Assessment B, Part 2: Email a Friend about the Issue/Problem of Interest| |
I think the first problem is that many of us do not know the difference between a problem and an issue. We need to educate parents to learn how to differentiate between problem and issue.|
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Assessment B, Part 3: Email a Friend about the Issue/Problem of Interest| |
Programs need to educate parents on how to deal/talk to their kids about drug abuse. parents need to teach kids about drug abuse. |
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Assessment A: Distinguishing Between an Issue and a Problem| |
☐  Mostly issues - people might have different opinions on if a single hit could hurt, much less kill you as in the commercial. ☑  It's a problem - I think most people would agree that a single use of drugs could potentially be deadly.|

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☑  That is way too general.
☐  That is a bit general.
☐  That is a bit specific.
☐  That is way too specific.|
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☐  We need to just try every solution we can think of. Even if they don't work, we'll make progress. ☐  We need to try to turn this problem into an issue. They are easier to handle. ☑  We need to come up with as many ways to express the problem as possible.|

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☑  At lunch? No - we need to do a lot more research and thinking about this. Otherwise, we won't know if we are actually focused on a solution or not. ☐  Sure! We just need to think about where we want to go long term with our ideas, even if we don't have a specific solution in mind.|

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