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YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT

PRESENTED TO :

PROF. JOELLA RIO


IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS IN HEALTH EDUCATION 311

SUBMITTED BY: LEADER : CHIVA, NEOVIE MAE CABRERA , CHRISTINE MARIE CAMPOS , SHEKAINAH MAE CARO, ZARINA ROSE CARO

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TOPIC TITLE YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT II. OBJECTIVES After the lesson the students are able to : Discuss the importance of nutrition Differentiate the difference of Go, Grow, and Glow. Enjoy the discussion regarding the subject matter. III. TEACHING METHODOLOGIES Encourage independence, active participation and being honest. Allow time to ask questions Use of play therapy Use of drawings and videos

IV. MATERIALS Flash cards, videos, slides of pictures, Manila paper, bond paper, laptop, projector, crayons, pentel pen, double-sided tape.

V. ACTIVITIES Devotional Introduction Discussion Games Video Giving of prices VI. TIME ALLOTMENT One hour and 30 minutes

VII. METHODS OF EVALUATION Question and answer in multiple choices through games.

VIII. TEACHING METHODOLOGIES Encourage independence, active participation and being honest by gathering information from each of them about the foods they usually eat and to able for them to know if its healthy or not and what nutrients they can get from it. Allow time to ask questions by discussion of the topic with slides so that the children would be able to follow and be attentive after that they are free to ask questions. Use of play therapy through games for them to be competitive active while learning. Use of drawings and videos to gain their attention.

V. ACTIVITIES DEVOTIONAL: song ( heart of worship) and prayer. INTRODUCTION: Introducing the members, establishing rapport and distributing a piece of paper for students to write their usual recess meals. DISCUSSION: What is nutrition? Introducing the go, grow and glow food groups. How a balance meals can help your body healthy. GAMES: GROUP THESE FOODS. The students will form two lines with 10 members each. They will pick a card from the table and will stick it on the Manila paper on the board. Each card has a picture of a food and they should properly match it with the correct food group written on the Manila paper. They will be given sixty (60) seconds. The team that will match the most number of correct pictures in the given time will be the winner.

Knock knock ano ito? This is an individual game. We will ask a question regarding the discussed topic and we will provide three (3) choices represented by our three (3) members holding the letters. The pupils will run towards the person they think is correct. Only first ten (10) pupils who selected the correct answer will continue to play the game. The game will continue until a single pupil will be left. VIDEO: Film showing about healthy foods. GIVING OF PRIZES: Biscuits and a keychain.

What is Nutrition? Nutrition is the provision, to cells and organisms, of the materials necessary to support life. The diet of an organism is what it eats, which is largely determined by the perceived palatability of foods. The essential nutrients for life include carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids (fats), as well as fiber, vitamins, minerals, and waterthe solvent for all soluble ingredients in the blood and cells. The absorption of nutrients starts the moment we begin to digest our foods, as they are transported to assist all the metabolic processes in the human body.

What is the Importance of Nutrition? Good nutrition means getting the right amount of nutrients from healthy foods in the right combinations. Having nutrition knowledge and making smart choices about the foods you eat can and will help you achieve optimum health over your lifetime, and be a key to avoiding obesity, illness, and many of todays most prevalent chronic diseases.

Nutrition is just one key to developing and maintaining good health. Good health is defined as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being a healthy mind, body, and spirit. Nutrition is at work during our entire life-cycle from infancy to adolescence, adulthood and in our senior years and can be the antidote for many of todays common problems, such as stress, pollution, sexual vitality, and disease prevention.

What are Go Foods? Go foods are foods that provides energy to the body, thus called go. Foods that belong to this group are primarily rich in carbohydrates. Carbohydrates have three major kinds and these are simple carbohydrates, complex carbohydrates and dietary fibers.

What are Grow Foods? Grow foods are necessary for normal growth and development. Foods rich in protein are categorized as grow foods. They supply essential amino acids to the

body which are necessary in building new proteins as well as repairing damaged muscles. Protein is also important in the production of hormones, enzymes, and antibodies that aid in regulating chemical reactions that occur within the body.

What are Glow Foods? Glow foods on the other hand, keep the body healthy by enhancing the immune system.Glow foods are foods that contain high amounts of vitamins and minerals. Fruits and vegetables are the primary sources of this food group. Cauliflower, squash, turnip, orange, mango, watermelon, apple, and pineapple are some of the best examples of glow foods.