Students will be able to:
Interdependence - Choice - Change - Sustainbility
Greenhouse gasses contribute to climate change, Natural resources are degraded to grow and distribute foods, What materials can and cannot be recycled locally.
Teacher collects informal assessment information through in-class participation, discussions, and note collection. Students will demonstrate their research skills by extracting relevant information from text and taking notes representative of their content knowledge, in order to make decisions and propose solutions in future lessons.
Universal Design in place to accommodate exceptionalities.
Siddals, M. M. (2010). Compost Stew: An A to Z recipe for the Earth. Random House Digital, Inc..
Prezi, Journal, Bins - compost, landfill, and recycling, Composting Do's and Dont's, Plastic gloves, Padlet, Student mobile devices,
Scarlett. (July 19, 2013). Refreshing the home. Composting Do's and Dont's. Retrieved from http://refreshingthehome.com/composting-dos-and-donts
Karim Chrobog. (May 19, 2015). The Big Waste: Why Do We Throw Away So Much Food? Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1aH7RwOD0RE
Innovative Solutions Resources:
eSchooltoday. (n.d.). Your cool facts and tips on Waste management. Composting. Retrieved from http://www.eschooltoday.com/waste-recycling/what-is-composting.html
Ramsey County. (December 16, 2009). School Food Waste Recycling. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkLTO0xWG5A
WTHR. (March 8, 2016). Food Fight: Schools combat lunch waste. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdupnDU0w64
The Big Waste
In the U.S. About 40% of Food Is Never Eaten