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Let´s win the race to bad habits
Let´s win the race to bad habits
Let´s win the race to bad habits
Let´s win the race to bad habits
Let´s win the race to bad habits
Let´s win the race to bad habits
Let´s win the race to bad habits
Let´s win the race to bad habits
Let´s win the race to bad habits
Let´s win the race to bad habits
Let´s win the race to bad habits
Let´s win the race to bad habits
Let´s win the race to bad habits
Let´s win the race to bad habits
Let´s win the race to bad habits
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Let´s win the race to bad habits

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Clase transversal dentro de APV

Clase transversal dentro de APV

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  • 1. Asignatura: APVEste recurso se realizará durante la semana delCentro que este año se centrara en la “Alimentaciónsaludable”El objetivo de este recurso es que los alumnos se dencuenta de la importancia de los hábitos alimenticiossaludables, y de la importancia de la utilización delinglés en un CFGM de Comercio
  • 2. Ficha para el alumnoEsta actividad se realizará en parejasA través de las descripciones en ingles deberéisdescubrir de que alimento se trataUna vez descubierto, deberéis seleccionar y buscar elsignificado de aquellas 4 palabras que mas os llamenla atención y exponérselo al resto de compañeros
  • 3. BananasWe are smooth, yellow, soft, pliable skin and edible,seedless, creamy-white, sweet flesh. and althoughmost of us are about 20cm long and 4-5cm wide,We don’t actually grow on trees. We’re grown ongiant herbs related to the Lily and Orchid family.
  • 4. StrawberryWe’re 2-5cm long, soft, red, plump and heart-shaped. Weconsist of a cluster of small fruits around the fruit stem;each single fruit having a seed surrounded by red flesh.Now there are other berries in this world but admit it, we’rethe best - sweet, succulent, easy to eat - no other berry isas good as us
  • 5. AppleJust like you we come in all shapes, sizes and colourof skin, which can range from green, yellow, orange-red to dark red.When you bite into us you’ll find differences betweenvarieties too.Our flesh can range from green, to creamy-white orgreenish-white and we also have different tastesdepending on how much sugar or acid we contain.
  • 6. KiwisIt is a small bright green fruit with a brown fuzzyexterior.It also contains antioxidant vitamin E, which can alsohelp prevent sickness and keep your heart healthy.
  • 7. OnionWe come in various shapes and colours, the mostcommon being round to oval-shaped and slightlysmaller than a tennis ball. Inside, we have thickish,moist, leaf bases which form concentric rings fromthe centre outwards.It’s our acid which makes you cry when you peel us
  • 8. PepperMost of us are glossy, smooth-skinned, and blocky(10-12cm long by 6-10cm across). We come in a range of colours most commonlygreen or red but other colours, including goldenyellow, …… Americans call capsicum ‘bell peppers’,but our correct name is capsicum. nd orange areavailable.
  • 9. CarrotMost of us have long, tapering orange-red roots, 20-28cm long and 3-5cm wide, shaped like an arrowhead.Some varieties are more rounded and shaped like a topwhilst others are harvested when very young andsmall - they’re sold in bunches.Doctors say that we improve vision, especially at nightbecause of our very high level of vitamin A (carotene).
  • 10. PizzaA dish made typically of flattened bread dough spreadwith a savory mixture usually including tomatoes andcheese and often other toppings and baked.
  • 11. TomatoOur colour and shape vary considerably dependingon our variety and where we come from. The mostcommon red, it is plump and round, about the size ofa tennis ball, with a flattened top. Some varieties areheart-shaped, some are the size and shape of a pingpong ball, some are small and tear drop-shaped,whilst others are egg-shaped. Our colours range from red to yellow-skinned withpink to yellow flesh.We’re a good source of vitamin C
  • 12. ChocolateIt comes from a tree called the Cocoa tree, or inSpanish, Cacao. The cocoa tree or chocolate tree, isfound in the Upper Amazon Basin where it can reachover fifty feet high.The fruit is thick and oval shaped, usually yellow orred, and can sometimes grow as big a as a football.The inside of the fruit is packed full of betweentwenty and sixty seeds
  • 13. We belong to the melon family and can beround, soccer ball-size or an elongated, eggshape with smooth, hard, thick, green or yellowskin or rind. Our flesh can vary from red toyellow and our dark brown seeds are arrangedaround our centre.We’re a good source of vitamin CWatermelon
  • 14. Americans spend more on fast food than on new cars,higher education and computers.While fast food may be convenient, regularlyconsuming fast food has a damaging effect on yourbody, for example:Weigth gainHigh blood pressureHigh cholesterol

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