Biochemistry of food(Find the mistake)

Lidia R(Ro), Roumiana A(Bu), Urszula S (Po)
Age range: 
6-8, 8-10, 10-12, 12-14, 14-16, 16-18, >18
Language: 
English
Level of difficulty: 
Medium
Level of interaction: 
Medium
Average learning time: 
2 didactic hours
Access rights: 
Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY)
Description: 
The way we perceive the diet and the choices we make every day have a significant impact on our health and wellbeing.
To be able to see visible effects, people need to understand that proper and healthy eating must not be occasional, but must be integrated into a lifestyle that will ensure overall health and longevity.
No food can bring alone all the nutritional principles the body needs, but only a varied, moderate and balanced diet.
Consume the right foods
The basis of nutrition should be made of foods of plant origin. Vegetables really represent healthy food. And fruits too, but they should be seen as a supplement to diet, especially when there are problems with body weight. The reason is the higher amount of sugars they contain and a higher caloric value.
The minimum amount of vegetables and fruits that should be consumed daily to maintain health is 5 servings (80 grams / serving). From the category of animal food, we should not miss out on dairy products, a valuable source of good quality protein, calcium and other micronutrients, eggs, fish and, to a lesser extent, meat.
What foods don't have to be associated with?The human stomach can not process more than a concentrated meal once. Any food that is not fruit or raw vegetable is a concentrated food. Each food is digested differently and at different speeds due to the high specificity of digestive enzymes. One of the most indigenous combinations is the association of meat products with milk and some dairy products. In contact with the acidity of the gastric juice, the casein protein in the milk precipitates, forming an insulating coating on the meat pieces, which can not be digested.
A proper diet is the one that supplies the amount of nutrients appropriate to personal needs.
Inquiry Learning Phases: 
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Orientation (Conceptualisation)
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Conceptualisation ()
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Investigation (Investigation)
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Category: 
Collaboration apps, General apps
App type: 
OpenSocial gadget

This app allows students to upload files, e.g., assignment and reports, to the Inquiry learning Space. The app also allows teachers to download the uploaded files.Read more

Category: 
Collaboration apps, General apps
App type: 
OpenSocial gadget

A simple note taking app for the students. This app automatically saves the notes for each student separately.Read more

Category: 
General apps
App type: 
OpenSocial gadget

A simple note taking app for the students. This app automatically saves the notes for each student separately.Read more

Category: 
General apps
App type: 
OpenSocial gadget

This Padlet app allows students to use a Padlet Wall in an inquiry space. A Padlet wall is a collaborative whiteboard where students can write, add pictures and organise content easily. Students can create a...Read more

Category: 
Collaboration apps
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OpenSocial gadget
Conclusion (Conclusion)
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Discussion (Discussion)
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Cognitive objectives: types of knowledge: 
Conceptual: Knowledge of interrelationships among the basic elements within a larger structure,
e.g. classifications, principles, theories, etc
Procedural: Knowledge on how-to-do, methods, techniques, subject-specific skills and algorithms, etc
Processes: 
To apply: To help the learner apply information to reach an answer
Organisational requirements: 

Internet Connection in the classroom, videoprojector,

 Video materials, multimedia presentations.

Students' prior knowledge: 
Vitamins and minerals, calories from vegetables, fruits, dairy products.
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