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Food Waste

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Suzie Spitzmiller

on 4 March 2014

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Transcript of Food Waste

Food Waste
Let's Review.
Food Waste
Just for fun!
What if wild animals ate fast food?
Food Waste Statistics
All the world's nearly
one billion
hungry people could be lifted out of
malnourishment
on less than a quarter of the food that is wasted in the
US, UK, and Europe
.

10%
of rich countries'
greenhouse
gas
emissions
come from
growing food
that is never eaten.


Structure Building Game
1) The first sentence of the game
must
include a food.

2) You must add one word or phrase to the sentence, but it still must make sense.

3) The first person to make a mistake or unable to add a word loses.

EXAMPLE:

Team 1: I ate a tomato.
Team 2: I ate a
fresh
tomato.
Team 1: I ate a fresh tomato
at school
.
EOC Rules

1. You must be on time for class.

2. You must bring a notebook and a pen to class.

3. You must speak in English only.

4. You must be respectful to your peers and to the classroom.

5. You must not sleep in class.

6. You must not use your cell phone unless given permission.

Consequences

Pushups
Warning
VIP Area
Teacher Calls Parents
Student Discipline Room
Curbing Food Waste Answers:

5.
Shop more often.

4.
Buy locally.

3.
Put leftovers in the freezer.

2.
Organize your fridge.

1.
Analyze your trash.
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