Sunday, 11 June 2017

Health & Nutrition

This week's questions have been complied by Room 1 at Lynmore School and their teacher Tracey Dillner. Thank you so much guys!

A little bit more about them:
"In Room 1 at Lynmore School, Rotorua, we have been learning about healthy eating. To spark our thinking we watched videos about Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution. They were so shocking, surprising and fascinating! 
Since then, we have had a nutritionist come to visit us. She told us about the Healthy Plate Model which is composed of ¼ protein, ¼ carbs and ½ vegetables/fruit. 
Lately, we have also created an item for our weekly school assembly about healthy, nutritious eating and it is based on Family Feud, with 'commercials' from Master Chef and Survivor NZ. The survivors are not at their healthiest because they are only eating burnt rice and beans. Their bodies need more fresh fruit and vegetables if they are going to be fueled for challenges and fight illnesses. "





Here are their questions:

Q1. How did you feel when you saw how people in Huntington, West Virginia? Would you want to make a change if you lived there?

Q2. Would you eat the chicken nuggets that were served in the Huntington schools? Why or why not?

Q3. In Jamie Oliver’s video, were you surprised about the bad chicken nuggets? Why/why not?

Q4. What was Jamie Oliver’s main reason for a food revolution? How do you think he felt?

Q5. What types of food can you enjoy on special occasions and why?

Q6. Do you have any special celebratory cultural dishes in your family/school community?

Q7. If you had to survive on a desert island, what three types of food would you have and why?

Q8.Name a food that is good for your body and one that is bad for your body. What effects do they have on you?

Q9. Name a food that makes you feel re-energized after you eat it.

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