Published on March 19, 2014
Let’s Create a Better Plate! Ms. Bradley and Mrs. Roderique 7th Grade Health February 2014
What are we going to do? • Find out about good nutrition and MyPlate. • Figure out 3 ways we can each do better. • Research those areas. • Create a poster. • Share our posters with the class.
Step 1: Create a Symbaloo account. It’s easy…
Step 1: Create a Symbaloo account. Insert the screen castomatic video here.
Step 2: Take the quiz! Write down your results on your notes sheet.
Step 3: Explore the other sites on the top left of your webmix. Like this…
Step 4: Look at “10 Tips to a Healthier Plate.” Pick three areas where you can improve your “Plate.” Like this… Write them down on your notes sheet.
Step 5: find and read reliable, accurate information about the 3 areas you picked. YES: Books on center table, Ms. Bradley, Ms. Wall, Symbaloo Links Why?...
Avoid the “junk food” of research projects! Like these… • Ask.com • About.com • Answers.com • Wikipedia • But Why?...
Where I Got it From* www.npr.org www.breakingmuscle.org *Use at least four sources, all from the webmix or the books on the center table. What I Found Out Gatorade is not OK to have with my breakfast. It has too much sugar. Water is better because it can help my skin look less wrinkled.
Now for the fun part… Step 6: Create a poster that shows what you have learned.
Your Poster Will Include… >Plates with one of each meal from your food diary…pick the three worst ones. >New and improved plates for breakfast, lunch, and dinner based on improvements you learned about. Three ways your health will be improved if you eat the better meals. A list of the books and websites you used. Titles and captions that explain your plates. (total of 6 plates)
Rubric Area • Doing research the way it was supposed to be done • Creative, neat, colorful, complete poster • Clear, interesting presentation to the group • Completing the Notes Sheet according to directions Score • 4 = outstanding job! • 3 = nicely done • 2 = ok, but not great • 1 = very poorly done, or not done at all
Let’s begin… The End!
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