USC5.1

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USC5.1 a. Investigate a variety of information about foods and beverages (e.g., print resources, media, nutritionists, elders).

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USC5.1 b. Examine information and promotions created to influence eating practices.

First Nations, Métis & Inuit Education Integration Resources:

·         (role models to promote healthy eating; familiar faces in the community, Milk/soy  promotion (ads: posters, video, radio scripts)

·         Voices of the Elders: Compiled by Marlene Millar Copy right Meadow Lake Tribal Council

 

 

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USC5.1 c. Explain the importance of reading and understanding food labels including serving size, calories, and nutritional values (e.g., fat, sodium, and sugars) for making healthy food choices.

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USC5.1 d. Investigate a variety of information about healthy eating practices (e.g., five small meals/day, cultural foods and traditions, vegetarianism).

First Nations, Métis & Inuit Education Integration Resources:

·         FN food guide, review/study cultural foods

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USC5.1 e. Evaluate how particular practices and diets (e.g., cultural diets, vegetarian diet, diabetes diet) require planning to ensure a healthy, balanced diet.

First Nations, Métis & Inuit Education Integration Resources:

·         Create a meal plan for a week refer to Native North American Foods and Recipes  A Bobbie Kalman Book; Crabtree Publishing Company www.crabtreebooks.com

·         http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/fn-an/food-guide-aliment/educ-comm/_fnim_pnim/ppt-eng.php (Ready-to-Use Presentation for Nutrition Educators on
Eating Well with Canada's Food Guide - First Nations, Inuit and
Métis)

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USC5.1 f. Record and analyze personal food consumption for five days (including servings, time, and location).

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USC5.1 g. Observe and record factors (e.g., cultural, environmental) that influence personal eating practices.

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USC5.1 h. Examine own and others' experiences with processed and non-processed foods.

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USC5.1 i. Investigate and compare the health benefits of consuming processed versus non-processed foods.

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USC5.1 j. Examine how eating practices have changed (e.g., traditional First Nations peoples eating practices, "fast-food" era).

First Nations, Métis & Inuit Education Integration Resources:

·         Raising A Mikiwahp is Sacred!: PowerPoint Handout and Media CD Part B Old Circles page 11-14

·         Reserve/rural to urban/city areas.

 

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USC5.1 k. Explain how changes in our bodies sometimes affect our eating habits (e.g., increased appetite during growth spurts, "fuel" for exercise).

First Nations, Métis & Inuit Education Integration Resources:

·         Medicine Wheel concepts for wellness activities-Power Point

·         Social, & emotional influence; ensure that students maintain a balanced eating habits

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