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Food Fact or Food Fiction? PBL Project

Food Fact or Food Fiction? PBL Project
Food Fact or Food Fiction? PBL Project
Food Fact or Food Fiction? PBL Project
Food Fact or Food Fiction? PBL Project
Food Fact or Food Fiction? PBL Project
Food Fact or Food Fiction? PBL Project
Food Fact or Food Fiction? PBL Project
Food Fact or Food Fiction? PBL Project
Product Description
A project in Problem-Based Learning (PBL) style that asks the question, is it Food Fact or Food Fiction? and ends in a class presentation. Project includes project description (with a list of various food claims that students can choose to research), a day-by-day list of items for students to complete, a sign-up list to make it easy for students to sign-up for different "claims" about foods (e.g., gluten is bad for you), a worksheet for students to complete during the presentations to keep them engaged, and two different versions of assessments: one with no marks attached, and one with marks. The one with no marks is appropriate for classes where teachers have chosen to provide only a final term mark rather than a mark on every assignment, but can also be used to complement graded projects.
Total Pages
6 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
3 days
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