Standard Deviants Accelerate NutritionNutrition, Grades 6+

Call it a party. Call it a dance. Food INTERACTS with your body, sometimes for better and sometimes for worse. Before we can improve our relationship with food, we need to understand what food really is, what the different types of food are and where they come from, and what all this means to our bodies.  Dig in!


Intro: Cells and Macronutrients What Your Body Does with Food The Food Spectrum Micronutrients: Vitamins, Minerals, and Water
What is Nutrition? Digestion Grains Introduction Vitamins
Macronutrients: Carbohydrates Metabolism Fruits and Veggies Vitamin Considerations
Macronutrients: Fats Metabolic Syndrome, Sugar Overload and Processed Foods Nuts, Seeds, Beans, Fish, Poultry, Eggs and Red Meat Minerals
Macronutrients: Protein Calories and Nutrients Dairy and Calcium Water
Hunger and Appetite Sugar, Salt, Oil and Alcohol
Food Geometry


Preventing Nutritional Disorders Eating In Context Where Does Your Food Come From?  The Savvy Eater
What Are Nutritional Disorders Every Body is Different Food Industry Be an Informed Consumer
Exploring Nutritional Disorders Alternative Diets and Diets Around the World What is Organic? Food Safety
Exercise Psychology of Eating Fresh and Local, or Not? Making Healthy Choices
 Weight Management and Weight Loss


For Teachers For Students Types of Assignments State & National Standards
RTI alerts Differentiated Instruction 121 vocab words (with audio playback) State Standards
Editable rubrics Note-taking 50 critical thinking questions National Standards
Progress reporting Re-teaching 265 multiple choice questions Common Core
Automatic grading 30 drag n’ drop graphic organizers
Student-to-teacher messaging 240 minutes of video (with scrolling transcripts)

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