In this eighth-grade humanities lesson, students watch a short video about the 2010 fight by the Coalition of Immokalee Workers for a penny more per pound of tomatoes picked, and read an article that describes where consumer food dollars go in the food system.
In this sixth-grade humanities lesson, students trade between three tables that represent China, India, and Rome to obtain all the ingredients needed to prepare Rice Pudding. This is the fourth and final Silk Road lesson.
In this sixth-grade humanities lesson, students prepare fresh pasta with gremolata as they study the exchange of ideas, goods, and foods between Rome and other regions along the Silk Road. This is the third of four Silk Road lessons.
In this sixth-grade humanities lesson, students prepare Vegetable Curry as they study the ideas, goods, and foods that India shared with other regions along the Silk Road. This is the second of four Silk Road lessons.
In this sixth-grade humanities lesson, students prepare Steamed Dumplings as they study the exchange of ideas, goods, and foods between China and other regions during the Han dynasty. This is the first of four Silk Road lessons.
In this seventh-grade humanities lesson, students review and practice three cooking methods that they have used in previous kitchen lessons. Students work together to make decisions as to how they will utilize different methods to cook different ingredients.
This resource describes Padlet, an online sharing tool, and provides step-by-step instructions on how to create a Padlet page for an in-person or virtual learning environment. It also offers suggestions for how to use this tool to support student learning and engagement.
Valuing every bit of the food that has been produced means taking it to its full potential, making every bite a delight. This very approach has given us some of the world's most delicious, iconic dishes.
In this lesson, students explore the common causes and environmental and community impacts of food waste. They brainstorm potential solutions to reducing food waste, in their own lives and more broadly.
Why is practice important to mastering a skill? What is pride? And how does it show up in work? In this lesson, students will listen to a short story from StoryCorps and answer a few questions that hone in on the topics of taking pride in one's work and the importance of practice.