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M4:U1:L2

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Bob Weekes

on 9 May 2018

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Transcript of M4:U1:L2

Warm-up: Complete Writing Journal Wed 5-9
Matching Food Chains
Meal 1
Brined and applewood-smoked barbecue chicken
Roasted sweet corn
Rocket (arugula) salad
Chocolate soufflé

Meal 2
McDonald’s cheeseburger
Large fries
Large Coke

Meal 4
Roasted organic chicken
Roasted organic veggies (yellow potatoes, purple kale, and red winter squash)
Steamed organic asparagus
Spring mix salad
Organic ice cream with organic blackberries

Meal 3
Fava bean toasts and Sonoma boar pâté
Egg fettuccine with power fire morels, braised leg, and grilled loin of wild Sonoma pig
Wild East Bay yeast levain
Local garden salad

Learning Targets
1) I can find the gist of pages 22–25 of The Omnivore’s Dilemma.”
2) I can read closely to answer questions about pages 22–25 of The Omnivore’s Dilemma.

We will be focusing on the Industrial Food Chain for the next few lessons.
Gist: After corn, George plants soybeans, which is in 2/3rds of all processed food.
Industrial
• Pioneer Hi-Bred 34H31 seed from agribusiness company (Ch. 2)
• Genetically modified seeds (Ch. 2)
• Weed killer (Ch. 2)

Homework:
1) Read Chapter 3 of The Omnivore’s Dilemma. Continue filling out your Food Chain graphic organizer for the industrial food chain. Remember to record any new vocabulary on your word-catcher.
• Corn grows close together; 30,000 plants per acre (Ch. 2)
• Harvested with large machines (Ch. 2)
• Corn farms are very big (Ch. 2)

• Corn (Ch. 2)
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