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Healthy vegetables – tasty vegetables

Healthy vegetables – tasty vegetables

Objectives: Recognize the type of seeds necessary to start vegetables crops; Know the path from seed to end products; Name at least two traditional methods of growing vegetables; Recognize the taste of vegetables grown organically; Identify the causes that lead…

Global Food Market

Global Food Market

Students will: learn that self-sufficiency in food production varies over time and space (comparing different nationalities), learn about today’s food transport, think about which factors facilitated the transportation of food in the 20th century and whether the latter affects the…

Seeds: basic concepts and trading

Seeds: basic concepts and trading

Students will: become aware about the importance of seeds from perspective of nutrition, self sufficiency and trade, understand that climate and soil conditions vary around the world and become aware that the plants (crops and others) adapted to these diverse…

Agriculture and technology: always positive? (new)

Agriculture and technology: always positive? (new)

Objectives: Knowing the main technological innovations in the agricultural sector. Thinking about the positive impact of these innovations, but also the serious damage they caused at an environmental and social level. Reading about a problem and adopting a personal position…

Eating habits: breakfast

Eating habits: breakfast

Objectives: Learning which an ideal breakfast for a teenager is Discovering the breakfast habits in the local area Learning the importance of breakfast as a necessary source of energy to stand the school day Downloads: You can download the learning…

GM technology – curse or blessing?

GM technology – curse or blessing?

Learning objectives: The students reflect their knowledge about GM technology. They will learn about the positive and negative effects of GM technology on the basis of case studies. The students can take self-sufficient, reasonable decisions based on their knowledge You…

Food Waste and Adulteration

Food Waste and Adulteration

Objectives: Students will gain basic competences on how to read a food label; Students will become aware of the issue of food adulteration; Students will gain knowledge of food items commonly consumed and adulterated in South East Asia; Students will…

Food and Gender: what are the links?

Food and Gender: what are the links?

Objectives: To promote awareness and combat gender stereotypes in relation to food production and consumption; To enhance the understanding of how gender roles are socially constructed; To raise awareness about perceptions of gender in relation to food production around the…

Vegetarianism and Sustainability

Vegetarianism and Sustainability

Objectives: To raise awareness about the effects of meat production and consumption on the environment, resources and human health; To make students aware of alternative and more sustainable food consumption choices; To promote a better understanding of the moral, ethical,…

Poverty and Food Insecurity

Poverty and Food Insecurity

Objectives: To promote more awareness on the multi-dimensional aspects of poverty and social exclusion; To gain better understanding of the importance of adopting ethical and sustainable life-style choices and food consumption patterns; To enhance understanding of how poverty and food…