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Skills for Life:Nutrition Labels (9-13)
Students will learn the different components of a nutrition label and how reading labels can help you make more informed choices.
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Students will learn the basics of reading and understanding nutrition labels this class students will interact with the teacher and the presentation through discussions use of the tools. The class will learn about the different sections of a label such as serving size, calorie content, vitamin content and how that will affect them. (Eating that box of cookies in one sitting may not be a good idea.) During this course I am not making specific recommendations about what to eat and what not...
During this lesson students will learn different parts of food label including calories, serving size, %daily values, Saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium. Students will immediately apply knowledge by finding the information on the food item they brought with them. Students will learn what a calorie is and what is considered a low, medium and high amounts of calories. We will discuss which sodium, saturated fat and cholesterol should be watched as those items can over time lead to health issues. We will look at the vitamins normally listed on labels and how they can affect your health.
I believe all students need life skills and it can be challenging for families to find time to ensure it happens. Let me help! I spent seven years as a cyber school teacher, specializing in our low incident populations such as individuals with autism, intellectual disabilities, as well as multiple disabilities. During my seven years six of those years were spent developing methods to teach life skills virtually. I welcome students of all abilities into my class.
Please bring a box or a bag of food to practice reading the label on!
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Rachel RyanJob Trainer and special education teacher
20 total reviews
22 completed classes
I love to teach all age about skills they need to live. For younger learners I am going to be teaching courses that will help students grow in independence skills and social/ emotional regulation. For middle grade and high school I teach classes...