Interactive Power Point Reading Nutrition Labels Health/Fitness CBA (FITT Plan for Pat) 2-Day Food Plan
Daily Warm-ups Personal nutrition survey 2-3 days of notes with an exit ticket “Super Size Me” Movie with worksheet Class activity on portion sizes Book assignment on portion sizes Building a healthy meal Body Mass Index exercise and explanation Energy drink guess/explanation exercise Fit plan for Pat practice CBA
Warm-ups will be at the very beginning of class when the bell rings. 8 minutes to write and share responses Reviews information and learning targets from previous days Introduces new material
You will take a look at your eating habits. Rate your own habits to recommended nutrition intakes. Make nutrition goals based on the comparison.
Occasionally there will be notes to copy from the avervision. They will never last an entire period, but are necessary to be able to be ready for the assessments.
For 3 days we will watch this documentary style movie about the fast food industry. A worksheet will accompany the movie. An eye-opening experience about fast food!!!
How much food should you really be eating??? We will measure out actual servings of different foods to compare with our own actual servings.
We read as a class, and answer review questions along the way. Helps to solidify the lesson about portion sizes.
Practice for the CBA. You are baby sitting and need to feed a young child a healthy meal based on what we have learned.
Taking a look at your own height and weight Comparing your own size to the BMI scale What does it all mean? What about muscle vs. fat weight???
Taking a look at what’s in energy drinks. Are they good or bad for you? How many is too many? A look at the rumors and myths.
Reviewing the FITT Principle Preparing you for what the actual CBA will look like. Time to combine fitness and nutrition.
This is an already built Power Point that you and a partner will work on together using your own lap top. There are internet links to explore, questions to answer, and pages filled with information relating to the main nutrients.
Auburn School District Power Standard 7th grade 1.2. “Students will be able to recognize the dimensions of health.” - “Can relate personal behaviors to the dimensions of health (eg., diet, sleep, recreation, exercise, nutrition, and hydration).”
Your score will depend on how accurately you answer the questions from the worksheet at the end of the power point. Questions will include information from the power point such as: nutrient information, questions about water, exercise and fitness, and questions pertaining to the different links.
How many calories are there per gram for each of the four nutrients? After reviewing the different cultural recipe links, which food did you find most interesting? Why? What fitness related link did you find most interesting? Why?
Helps to prepare you for reading and understanding nutrition labels. Helps you understand the different nutrients. You will use this information for the rest of your life. Use when grocery shopping, cooking, dieting, preparing meals, staying fit. Will lead to higher quality of life.
Taking a look at portion sizes and food labels Comparing your typical serving sizes with the actual serving size recommended by the nutrition label.
Auburn School District Power Standard 8th grade 4.1. “Evaluates health and fitness information.” - “Analyzes health and fitness product information.”
How well do you know the different nutrients found on a food label? A worksheet will contain question about calorie amounts, nutrient amounts, sodium totals, and comparing food labels.
How many grams of fat are in 3 servings of chunk chicken breast??? If I have 2 and a half servings of the tropicana juice, how many calories from sugar am I getting??? If I have 2 servings of crunchy nut cereal, 1and a half servings of chunk chicken breast, and 2 servings of tropicana juice, how many total calories will I consume???
This assessment will help you become nutritious for life. You will be able to choose between foods that are healthier and ones that are not. This information will come in handy when grocery shopping, and cooking or preparing meals. Aim for a high quality life!
Pat is going to tell you about his nutrition and fitness plan. Help Pat come up with a plan for his diet and fitness that will have a positive affect on his health. Use “chunk” writing style. Yes, this means you will be writing in paragraph form.
Auburn School District Power Standard 7th grade 1.2. “Students will be able to recognize the dimensions of health.” - “Can relate personal behaviors to the dimensions of health (eg., diet, sleep, recreation, exercise, nutrition, and hydration).” English Language Arts (writing): Use words, phrases, and clauses to create cohesion and clarify the relationships among claims, counterclaims, reasons, and evidence. (W.8.1c)
Using correct “chunk” writing form Give ideas and information to help Pat with his fitness side of being healthy. Give information and ideas that helps Pat with his nutrition side of being healthy. Give ideas on what Pat can cut out of his current nutrition and exercise plan to help him be healthier.
Your friend John wants to lose some weight and get into better shape. He asks for your help to give him advice with exercise and eating habits. John weighs 275 pounds, and his only exercise consists of walking about 15 minutes from school to home each day. On any given day he usually eats about half of a pizza, a bag of hot cheetos, about 2 liters of soda, and snacks on things like chips and cookies. Write a paragraph in “chunk” writing form explaining to John what he can do to change his existing exercise plan to help his overall goal. Write a paragraph in “chunk” writing form explaining to John how he can change his existing diet to help his overall goal.
By successfully completing this assessment you will now have the ability to help yourself or others live a healthy life style. You will have knowledge to help both sides of a physically healthy self. (physical activity needs, and nutrition needs)
Time to put together everything that we have learned. Create a 2 day food plan for everything you eat. (breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, drinks, etc) Based on eating healthy using information from notes, USDA food guide pyramid, portion size information, nutrient information, and personal fitness levels.
Auburn School District Power Standard 7TH grade 1.1. “Students will understand the stages of growth and development.” - “Understands connections between health decisions and their impact on major body systems.” Auburn School District Power Standard 7th grade 1.2. “Students will be able to recognize the dimensions of health.” - “Can relate personal behaviors to the dimensions of health (eg., diet, sleep, recreation, exercise, nutrition, and hydration).”
Include a minimum of 3 square meals and drinks. Include recommended serving amounts from USDA food guide pyramid food groups. Include reason for choosing different foods by listing consumed nutrients, and vitamins or minerals. Include correct amount of water/fluids.
By constructing this food plan you will gain the knowledge necessary to feed yourself and family members nutritiously. By eating nutritiously you will be able to reach the goal of living a “high-quality” life.