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Publication Date: 2000
Publisher: Baylor College of Medicine
Moreno, Nancy, Tharp, Barbara, Denk, James
The Food and My World teacher-friendly guide provides background information at the beginning of each activity. Clearly stated concepts and skills, a list of required materials and an estimation of time needed to conduct activities provide a quick but efficient snapshot of each lesson. Helpful illustrations and links to other components of the unit are given as aids for planning. Questioning strategies, follow-up activities and appropriate treatments for student-generated data also are furnished. Blackline masters of student pages are provided in both English and Spanish. The Food unit Teacher's Guide provides the following activities (including Pre- and Post-Assessments).What's That Food? - What do you know about nutrition?Not Just Dirt Anymore - What is soil and how does it contribute to plant growth?Lighten Up! - How do plants produce food through photosynthesis?Plant Parts You Eat - Where do everyday vegetables and fruits come from?Food Webs - What happens to energy and nutrients in ecosystems?Digestion - What happens during digestion?Bio Build-Up - Why do pollutants become concentrated in some foods?They're Everywhere! - Where do bacteria grow?Using Food Labels - How can we use the information on food labels?Let's Eat! - How can we keep our food safe?Healthy Snacks - What are good food choices?Moreno, Nancy is the author of 'Food and My World : Activities Guide for Teachers', published 2000 under ISBN 9781888997361 and ISBN 1888997362.
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