COMMUNICATION, LANGUAGE AND LITERACY LESSONS
Instructional Materials :
- Wall Charts
Previous Knowledge :
The pupils have been taught
Using describing words for food
that was treated during the last lesson
Behavioural Objectives : At the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to
- say examples of creamy food
- say why we should not eat some certain food
Creamy food is usually delicious. Creamy food can be gotten by beating butter, sugar and eggs until they are creamy or completely mixed together into a rich thick substance.
Foods that are creamy have soft, smooth and thick appearance. They are often made with milk or cream. Examples: avocado, ice cream, macaroni, , yogurt, cheeses.
It is not all creamy and yummy foods that are healthy or good for consumption .
Much of the fat found in cream comes from saturated fat.
Saturated fats may lead to high amount of cholesterol in our body .
Cholesterol are bad fats that are not good for our body .
Numerous studies have linked too much saturated fat with an increased risk of high cholesterol.
And if you regularly go overboard with cream, your waistline will pay the price. The key to using cream in any dish is to do so in very small amounts
The topic is presented step by step
The class teacher revises the previous topics
He introduces the new topic
The class teacher allows the pupils to give their own examples and he corrects them when the needs arise
- Which foods are creamy?
- What is ice cream like?
- Is cholesterol good for our body ?
- is Sugary food good for our body ?
- Say why we should not eat some certain food ?
The class teacher goes round to make sure that the pupils are actually writing and he or she corrects them when and where the need arises
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