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World Food Day- Junior Cycle Home Economics Food Sustainability

Added: 18 Aug 2018 Contributor: Danielle Conaty Resource type: Plean Ceachta / Cur I Láthair

This PowerPoint was created especially for World Food Day which takes place on the 16th October. The inspiration for this resource came from Development Education.ie and the PPT contains links to the Development Education.ie website. Content covered includes World Food Day, food sustainability, being an ethical consumer, fair trade, food waste, food spoilage and preservation.

How it maps to the curriculum

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Eacnamaíocht Bhaile

Strand: 1. Food, Health & Culinary Skills

Strand unit: 16. Apply Sustainable Practices-Managing Food

Suggestions for use: Food Sustainability Presentation- powerpoint for students to reinforce learning, incorporates think, pair and share and pair work for students.

Key Skills:

  • Bheith Cruthaitheach
  • Eolas agus Smaointeoireacht a Bhainistiú
  • Fanacht Folláin
  • Obair le Daoine Eile
  • Litearthacht
  • Managing Myself

Meta information

  • Asset type: Cur i láthair
  • Language: Béarla
  • Rights: Gach ceart ar cosaint
  • Cost: No
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