Lessons for Home Economics

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  • Convenience Foods - … are used to shorten the time of meal preparation at home. Some foods can be eaten immediately or after adding water … making mistakes is decreased. FAT ARITHMETIC (What's New in Home Economics, January/February 1991) In the summer of 1988, the Surgeon … . OPTION #4 Assign students to bring convenience food labels from home. Have small groups of students create a day's menu … other during the week an elementary-age child who is home alone an elderly person who has arthritis other circumstances of …
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  • Let's Get Organized - … ) GRADE LEVELS: K-3 SUBJECT AREAS: social studies, technology, and home economics CONCEPT: What needs to be done to organize a collection … and involve youth in the planning of their school and home recycling project (if children participate they will have a vested … or project have them design a system for their own homes. FOLLOW-UP: Sketch a design of the recycling program in school or home. Include: 1. Which material will be collected? 2. What types …
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  • Potential Hazards in Your Home - … Home Back to Trash Goes to School GRADE LEVELS: 9-12 SUBJECT AREAS: science, home economics CONCEPT: Many products we use in our homes … : carcinogen, hazardous chemical BACKGROUND: We tend to assume that our homes are safe places. Are they really safe? In a household … -UP: Explore types of substitutions that can be used in homes and schools to make the environment safer. Back to top
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  • Who Am I; And Why Do I Do What I Do? - … ISTJ could also be a high school teacher of business, home economics, and gym. An ISTJ would most likely hold security investments … to be in order and in on time. In the home of an ISTJ it is neat, orderly, and easy to … to tell we don't like fancy speech, dress, or homes in general. ISTJ's are usually never in style either … are very simple meals, nothing exotic. If you visit the home of an ISTJ, this is what you might expect to …
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  • Eating Out - … restaurant. ANSWER: True 1. The amount of cooking done at home has decreased significantly compared to years ago. More people are … of kids and parents Fewer people know how to cook; home economics is not taught in school any more Advertising by food … to know how to cook. Most of foods prepared at home are healthier than in a restaurant. Also pre-prepared foods … money!) It takes a little more planning to cook at home. Brownies can be made "from scratch " using flour, milk, eggs …
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  • Carol Forristall, Marie Melin, and Pia Smith Lesson Plan - … Virtual Makeover. Broderbund. Available: http:// www.virtualmakeover.com Total 3D Home Deluxe 2.0. Broderbund. Available: http:// Broderbund.com MusicTime 2 … set designers realized that he was using knowledge from a Home Economics assignment about balance in a room design when determining where … the music to Sweden. The set designers use Total 3D Home Deluxe to design their sets. Student Characteristics: All students have …
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  • Women in the Civil War - … to a question problem. Standard 7 is addressed within the home and career activity, but is not directly assessed. Standard 7 … information observe common themes present results Health, Physical Education, and Home Economics Standard 1: Personal Health and Fitness Students will have the … .duke.edu/collections/civil-war-women.html and http:// www.home.fuse.net/peterose/lesson.html Art: The art class will …
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  • Midnight Rider Discussion Guide - … four or five examples. Answers can vary. Being far from home and somewhat isolated because of her station, Meg does not … . Hannah and Catherine each have one prized possession from their homes. Explain why these items are significant to each character. Hannah … just one item to take with her when she left home. She ultimately chose her mother's wedding ring. The ring … fight for people's rights. Meg might be interested in Home Economics or any classes about clothes and style. 13. Decide whether …
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  • Day 10 - Ocean Celebration - … Grade Level: 6-8 Grade Content Area: Science Language Arts Home Economics Computers (enough for 1 per group) Concepts: Organize and publish … Exhibits Time: 2 hours Procedure: 1. The teacher will send home letters to the parents inviting them to their celebration. Parents … . The class may also want to invite some local elderly home residents to see the work they have completed.
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  • Getting to know the Healthy Food Pyramid Or the Abednigo Project - … know the Healthy Food Pyramid Or the Abednigo Project Subject: Home Economics Intended Grade Level: 11 & 12 Description: This unit seeks to … the results. Results will be charted and shared through the Home Ec web page. Length of time spent on unit: three … first time I will be trying this unit. (or teaching Home Ec for that matter!) If the students are enthusiastic about …
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