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Healthy eating lesson 2


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Healthy food unit lesson 2

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Healthy eating lesson 2

  1. 1. Introduction There are different kinds of food and we have three essential meals a day. Food is important for our health, so we have to take care for our body.
  2. 2. At the end of the lesson I will be able to : - To identify (Healthy eating) (10 minutes) -To demonstrate food groups through colors (10 minutes) - To classify food into five groups(15 minutes) -To search and find out food daily servings(10 minutes)
  3. 3. watch the movie and find out the answer for this question.
  4. 4. watch the movie again and find out the answer for this question.
  5. 5. Orange for Green for Red for Blue for Purple for
  6. 6. Grains Vegetables Fruit Meat and beans Milk
  7. 7. Use this web site to find the daily food servings
  8. 8. Grain Group Servings: Vegetable Group Servings: Fruit Group Servings: Meat and Beans Group Servings: Milk Group Servings:
  9. 9. Assessment strategy 1-Questions -What are the five food groups? -Give examples for the five food groups? 2-Performance 3-Research skill rubric
  10. 10. Model answer Healthy Eating Healthy eating means eating a variety of foods that give you the nutrients you need to maintain your health, feel good, and have energy. These nutrients include protein, carbohydrates, fat, water, vitamins, and minerals. Nutrition is important for everyone. When combined with being physically active and maintaining a healthy weight, eating well is an excellent way to help your body stay strong and healthy. What you eat can affect your immune system, your mood, and your energy level.
  11. 11. Model answer Orange for grains Green for vegetables Red for fruits Blue for milk Purple for meat and beans
  12. 12. Model answer Grains group Meat and beans group Fruits group Vegetables group Milk group
  13. 13. Model answer Grain Group Servings: should provide 6 ounce-equivalents (1 ounceequivalent means 1 serving), half of which should be whole grains Vegetable Group Servings: should provide 5 servings, or 2.5 cups Fruit Group Servings: should provide 4 daily servings, or 2 cups. Meat and Beans Group Servings: should provide 5.5 ounce-equivalents or servings. Milk Group Servings: should provide 3 cups/servings