A two (2) slide Powerpoint presentation slide (that is easily opened in Smartboard formats) intended to start a discussion on why we consume food.
This is a 40 minute lesson where students identify and articulate reason for eating including understanding the difference between hunger and appetite.
This is part one of a three part lesson we will be doing this week in preparation for Back to School Night.
This mini-lesson will work on selecting a treat to prepare for parents, determining how many will be needed then determining the ingredients & tools/appliances needed.
I use this in my beginning foods and nutrition class to better explain how liquid and solid fats differ and its nutrition.
This can be used in a chemistry class or a freshmen foods class. With a little background lesson on the basic idea of bonds, students can get this idea easily. I used Cornell n
Vortex sort game for identifying dominant flavors of ingredients.
Students will sort various food items into Sweet, Sour, Salty or Bitter.
A quick bellringer or closing activity for when you are discussing the dominant flavors, taste, or contrasts.
If your students enjoy this game, they may enjoy