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discovering food chain

Coffee

Coffee

The aim of the exercise: to discover the economic and social aspects of sustainability through a given product (coffee) to get acquainted with the concept of fair trade Download the GLU

Cocoa – not all kids like it

Cocoa – not all kids like it

The aim of the exercise: to sensitize to the subject of fair trade to get acquainted with the social and economic aspects of sustainability to get acquainted with the concepts of: child labour, modern slavery Download the GLU

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…

Sharks

Sharks

Objectives: To understand facts about sharks, the importance of biodiversity and its link with the food chain; To show animals in a habitat are interdependent, animals depend on other animals; To learn that the extinction of an animal causes the…

Where does our food come from?

Where does our food come from?

Objectives: Make students understand the importance of local food systems; Raise awareness on farming processes and sources of food; Make students understand the importance of local food systems; Raise awareness on farming processes and sources of food; Download the GLU

From Farm to Fork

From Farm to Fork

Objectives: To understand the concept of a food supply chain; To be able to apply the concept of a food supply chain to certain types of food; To grasp the concept of different ways of production and critically assess which…

Food in transit

Food in transit

Objectives: Learning that on their way from the producer to the consumer, food items are handled by many intermediaries; considering the negative consequences this may have. Learning about the exploitation of resources and farm workers by large multinational companies. Discovering…

From the field to the plate: so much work to make food!

From the field to the plate: so much work to make food!

Objectives: Understanding the concept of a food supply chain and applying it to certain types of food. Understanding and using the concept of production sectors. Learning that the relative importance of the three sectors changed over time and that the…

Where the food we eat comes from?

Where the food we eat comes from?

Objectives: Knowing where the food we eat comes from Using different communication channels (verbal and written, graphic, symbolic) Establishing causal relationships Collaborating on and contributing to a common task Activities: Compile a list of food and drink items commonly consumed…