In this project, students will learn about food and healthy habits to maintain human health. This is by first identifying the human body and its components and digestion process, and then identify the food groups and characteristics of each group. And to identify the diseases caused by the lack or increase of some nutrients, in addition to the importance of daily exercise.
1-to explore many aspects around „food“ so to understand its relation with their growth and health.
2- To be encouraged to make more conscious food choices.
3-To raise awareness about healthy eating and improve their habits.
4- To improve their English language and ICTS skills
1. Activity 1 – „Let us introduce each other and showcase our schools and countries“. The Padlet offers every student the same / own presents and his own (web pages, games, social sites, applications, etc.)
2. Activity 2 – „I and my body.“ Students will express parts of the human body and its components in different ways. Stories, songs, drawings …… Students will share their stories with their partners and in each country there will be an exhibition of 3 caricatures from each country. Students will decide which means to choose.
3. Activity 3 – „My Food Groups“. The students will be organized in a multi-national team and a small number of sites will be devoted to research on the food issue (one team will look at food for construction, another team will search for energy food, one will look for a group of food for prevention, another team will discuss the importance of water and mineral salts) . After that, the teams will be asked to evaluate peer work and use the Tricider tool to w.
E-magazine with articles on various issues related to project theme, posters, infographics, caricature stories, etc E-book with healthy meal plans and recipes for healthy snacks doing these students they will demonstrate their awareness of the subject and will improve their health habits, increase physical activity, improve their English language and ICT. The results will be evaluated and students will be
rewarded. The results of the project will be posted on the Facebook page of the school and on the school’s web page and in various other contexts (teacher meetings, parent meetings, and student