EDUC 7106 PBL Instructional Unit-Marion BushName _________________________________________                 Date __________...
EDUC 7106 PBL Instructional Unit-Marion BushNote: Each group will work only on their assigned food group, nutrient and pro...
1-2 quiet studentsStudents Roles are listed below as student number:1. Collaboration Rubric- Nutritional Label Spreadsheet...
EDUC 7106 PBL Instructional Unit-Marion BushName: ___________________________________________________Date: _______________...
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Graphic organizer lesson b

  1. 1. EDUC 7106 PBL Instructional Unit-Marion BushName _________________________________________ Date ___________TicktacktoeWrite notes in each section.Topic____________________________________________________________________________ Why do you need to eat Why is it important for your What are some medical healthy foods? school’s cafeteria to serve problems that can occur from students healthy foods? not eating healthy? List your food group. List your nutrient. Name 5 snacks that are sold in school’s vending machines. List 5 foods from your List 5 foods that supply your Name 5 brands of drinks that food group. nutrient. are sold in your school’s vending machines.
  2. 2. EDUC 7106 PBL Instructional Unit-Marion BushNote: Each group will work only on their assigned food group, nutrient and project roles. Whatthat means is that when doing the research you should only use your assigned food group andnutrient. All students are expected to turn in the graphic organizer, surveys, and KWL chart andeach student that has a rubric will have to complete one on each group member. Everyone willwork and do their part on each part of the assignment but only 1 menu, food nutritional labelspreadsheet, and weight comparison chart will be passed in from each group.Groups, Food Group, Nutrient, and Group Roles AssignmentGroup 1-Meat-Protein2-3 high achievers1-2 verbal1-2 quiet studentsStudents Roles are listed below as student number:1. Collaboration Rubric- Nutritional Label Spreadsheet2. Research, Survey, KWL Chart and Weight Comparison Chart Rubric3. Food Nutritional Label Rubric4. Menu Rubric5. Tally SurveysGroup 2-Bread-carbohydrates2-3 high achievers 1-2 verbal1-2 quiet studentsStudents Roles are listed below as student number:1. Collaboration Rubric- Nutritional Label Spreadsheet2. Research, Survey, KWL Chart and Weight Comparison Chart Rubric3. Food Nutritional Label Rubric4. Menu Rubric5. Tally SurveysGroup 3-Milk-vitamins2-3 high achievers1-2 verbal1-2 quiet studentsStudents Roles are listed below as student number:1. Collaboration Rubric- Nutritional Label Spreadsheet2. Research, Survey, KWL Chart and Weight Comparison Chart Rubric3. Food Nutritional Label Rubric4. Menu Rubric5. Tally SurveysGroup 4-Vegetable-water2-3 high achievers,1-2 verbal
  3. 3. 1-2 quiet studentsStudents Roles are listed below as student number:1. Collaboration Rubric- Nutritional Label Spreadsheet2. Research, Survey, KWL Chart and Weight Comparison Chart Rubric3. Food Nutritional Label Rubric4. Menu Rubric5. Tally SurveysGroup 5-Fruit-minerals2-3 high achievers 1-2 verbal 1-2 quiet studentsStudents Roles are listed below as student number:1. Collaboration Rubric- Nutritional Label Spreadsheet2. Research, Survey, KWL Chart and Weight Comparison Chart Rubric3. Food Nutritional Label Rubric4. Menu Rubric5. Tally SurveysGroup 6-Fats, oils and Sweets-fat-Fats 2-3 high achievers,1-2 verbal1-2 quiet studentsStudents Roles are listed below as student number:1. Collaboration Rubric- Nutritional Label Spreadsheet2. Research, Survey, KWL Chart and Weight Comparison Chart Rubric3. Food Nutritional Label Rubric4. Menu Rubric5. Tally SurveysSchedule for each day5 Day Nutrition Assignment15 minutes- Introduction, overview, review and discussion60 minutes-for research, collaborating and working on assignment15 minutes for questions, the closing and taking up papers, and putting up folders
  4. 4. EDUC 7106 PBL Instructional Unit-Marion BushName: ___________________________________________________Date: _________________________________________________________Group No. _______________________________________________ Weight Comparison ChartObesity is a growing problem among youths.Lesson ActivitiesThe subject is obesity among youths. Below is a chart that gives figures from 1976-2004. Youwill do research and complete the figures the years that are listed.Provide students with the following data: Percent of Overweight Youth Year Ages 6-11 Ages 12-19 1976-1980 6.5% 5.0% 1988-1994 11.3% 10.5% 1999-2002 15.8% 16.1% 2003-2004 18.8% 17.4% 2005-2007 2008-2010 2011

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