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A Global Banquet

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This activity demonstrates the average daily caloric consumption of people in different regions of the world. Students will learn of the disparity between different regions.

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Learning objective: To help students gain a basic understanding of food consumption patterns in different regions of the world.
Skills: Critical thinking, geography (world and human), math
Recommended time: 30-40 minutes
Recommended grade level: Grades 5-12, Ages 10 to young adult
Subjects: Social studies / global issues, health, geography (world and human), math
Number of participants: 11 or more people to represent various regions of the world

Keywords: Lesson plan, food inequality, world hunger, hunger statistics, consumption

2 reviews for A Global Banquet

  1. Nick

    Great introductory activity for High School Geography class Food From the Land unit. Good way to visualize inequalities in global food distribution.

  2. Jill

    Great for all ages! I have used it with children as young as 6 to adults! It creates great discussions about food inequality globally and have conversations about what we can do to help stop it.

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2 reviews for A Global Banquet

  1. Nick

    Great introductory activity for High School Geography class Food From the Land unit. Good way to visualize inequalities in global food distribution.

  2. Jill

    Great for all ages! I have used it with children as young as 6 to adults! It creates great discussions about food inequality globally and have conversations about what we can do to help stop it.

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