Monday, October 20th
Today in class we wrapped up Unit 5 on Nutirtion, and began reviewing for the Unit 5 Exam (which will take place on Wednesday, October 22nd).
Work for tonight:
- Complete the Lesson 29 WS, and skim through section for review. (LESSON 29 READING)
- Complete the UNIT 5 STUDY GUIDE (pg. 338) # 1-30.
We will play Jeopardy in class tomorrow for review.
Unit 5 - Nutrition Exam
We will have our second exam on Unit 5 - Nutrition on Wednesday, October 22nd. We will begin reviewing in class on Monday 10/20.
Please see the UNIT 5 STUDY GUIDE for more information about the test.
Wednesday 10/15 & Thursday 10/16 (Block Periods)
Today we began the block period by finishing the documentary Food Matters - we will turn in video notes and have a final discussion in class on Friday.
We spent the majority of the period today beginning the DIET & CHRONIC DISEASE BROCHURE. We will continue to work on this project during class on Friday. This assignment will be due at the beginning of class on Monday, October 20th, and will be worth 16 points in the "Major Assignment" category. Please use the link above for additional information including the grading rubric.
As a reminder, the mid-term is only 2 weeks away! If you have assignments, test, or quizzes that were missed due to absence that you still need to make up please make arrangements ASAP!
Tuesday, October 14th
Today we began class by taking the lesson 28 reading quiz - if you were absent today, please make arrangements to make this up during the SMART period this week. We spent the majority of class today discussing the major risk factors for cardiovascular disease, and the ways CVD is directly related to diet.
Complete the following two items as homework tonight:
1. Writing Strong Claims: Turn the claim made on page 514 in the “Why It’s Important” section into a strong, evidence-based claim using supporting evidence from the lesson.
2. Performance Task: Suppose your friend tells you that the doctor just informed them they need to dramatically change their diet, because they are at a high right for developing CVD at a young age. Given that you are an expert on understanding dietary guidelines, your task is to create one day’s worth of meals (3 meals and 2 snacks) that follow a strict heart healthy diet.
(Lesson 47 READING) (NOTES:RISKS OF CVD)
Monday, October 13th
We started class today by discussing the evidence-based claims that we extracted from the Time article assigned last week during the block period. We then took NOTES on lesson 28, and thought about various behaviors that often influence our motivation to eat. We then watched another segment of the documentary Food Matters, and will finish the last segment of the video tomorrow. The homework for the night is to read LESSON 28 and prepare for a reading quiz.