Life Skills students can learn about the factors that contribute to food inequity with this colourful and engaging resource!
Students use the PowerPoint presentation to discover the factors that contribute to food inequity including access to arable land, financial means and availability of nutritious food. They can then answer the questions in the corresponding worksheet to reinforce their new knowledge.
Also included in this resource pack is a lesson plan with teacher instructions to make implementing this resource in the classroom a breeze!
Life Skills Factors that Contribute to Food Inequity has been designed for Life Skills students studying the Food Equity focus area of the NSW NESA Food Technology 7-10 Syllabus, however it can be used with students across a range of stages and learning levels.
- 1 x 10-slide Life Skills Factors that Contribute to Food Inequity PowerPoint.
- 1 x 2-page Life Skills Factors that Contribute to Food Inequity worksheet (PDF).
- Lesson plan with teacher instructions.