Nutrition: Lesson 2, “The Purpose of Food” Rubric and Directions For Day

Type of Work: Indy Product: Word Doc / Snip Time: 1 Period EOC: Submit to Nutrition Lesson 2 Concept: Food for the vast majority of the human experience was a means to an end. You ate to survive and survival was throughout many points of human history dependent on this ability to secure food. Food today not only plays a much different role but the type of food we consume is different and throughout the next two units we will explore how this has had a profound impact on the 21st century and the body/brain. Goal: TSWBAT: Define Hunger, Appetite and Satiety (Palatability) and identify the role it plays in food consumption. Identify how food has changed over time and preview the impact this has on human health. Due: 1 Period

Lesson Link: Directions: Start by playing a little Westward trail. Follow the directions and snip just your miles traveled. We will tie this in to today’s lesson and a major course concept (see picture to the right). Answer the questions below based on your level attempted. Work from level 2 and work your way to the right doing each level. Snip Just the section below with your name and answers (you can erase questions)-Should all fit on one page!!



My work demonstrates level:


2 (Level 1- 2)

3 (Level 2-3)
2. How was something as simple as living different „back then?‟ Think about how we got food and our basic lifestyle. Food was a lot harder to obtain back then. We obtain food nowadays by simply going to a store and buy food. Back then people had to grow foods.

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3. How is the concept of food different today? Give Examples: a. Abudance of food b. Easier access to food c. Food serves as pleasure while also serving as necessity 4. What factors used to (Oregon Trail days and beyond) used to determine our eating habits and patterns. Name 3 (they can be similar to above) a. Food was scarce back then b. Food was the key to survival c. Everyone worked for food and survival Now what factors contribute to our food selection today. a. Body feeling b. Media convincing c..Environment d. Season

1. ScreenShot of Your Miles Made in WestWard Trail Snip just the miles/ place below


Define: Hunger Appetite Why do we eat?

Level 2 (Click Here) From the Reading 5. Define Hunger: Hunger is the physiological need for food. 6. Define Appetite: Appetite is the psychological desire to eat, and is associated with sensory experiences or aspects of food such as the

Level 3 (Click Here) From the Reading 10. Rank the MacroNutrients in order of their providing satiety.

Level 4 (read up to Eat Food, Not Too Much) (Click Here) From the Reading 13. Why do we crave foods that are calorie dense? Our instincts tell us to crave such calorie rich foods. 14. How has the availability of food changed over time? There is an abundance of food that renders people to overeat. From your brain 15. How does our society encourage or allow for eating based on appetite? 1. Basic freedom rights 2. Media encourages us to eat 3. Inviting smells 16. Explain how the “Human Timeline” applies to today‟s lesson. For the majority of human history humans have considered food as a necessity. However in the last century, food has become a pleasure rather than a necessity.

The balance of evidence suggests that fat has the lowest satiating power, carbohydrates have an intermediate effect and protein has been found to be the most satiating
11. Define Palatability.

Palatability is proportional to the pleasure someone

sight and smell of food, emotional cues, social situations, and cultural conventions. 7. Define Satiety : the physiological and psychological experience of “fullness” that comes after eating and/or drinking. 8. What are MacroNutrients? carbohydrate, protein and fat. 9. What types of Food Promote Satiety? Choosing foods based on SI may help with weight management.

experiences when eating a particular food
From Your brain 12. Give an example of a type of food with high palatability. (Put the picture)…ice cream

Including potatoes, bread, fish, fruit, etc.
Extra Credit/Going Beyond/Level 5: Goes to the single person in each class who comes up with the most amount of calories you can buy with five dollars (show your work or proof). What does this prove and how does this apply to today's discussion? Walmart is offering pure lard for $4.80. Serving size is 13G with 120 calories. There are 139 servings per container rendering about 16680 calories in a $4.80 container of lard. Lard contains one of the most calorie rich food according to 0=&wl1=g&wl2=&wl3=18121614550&wl4=&wl5=pla&veh=sem

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