Food Guidelines Around the World

Hey 7th Graders!

Here’s your opportunity to learn about food and dietary guidelines all around the world to help our SAS community come up with food guidelines for our own cafeteria.  Here is the link to the most recent Food Based Guidelines around the world.

You can work together, but you all need to have your own sheet filled out with your research.

Below is the note-taking sheet you’ll need for this project, as well as the rubric:

Food Guidelines Around the World Research Sheet

Food Guidelines Project Rubric – Spring 2015 

Good luck, and let me know if you need any help!

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