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close this bookExploding the Hunger Myths - High School Curriculum (FF, 1987, 173 p.)
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Special class situations

· STUDENTS WITH READING DIFFICULTIES

(Readings are short, activity may be discussion-oriented.)

Lesson 1,

Activity 4: The Web of Hunger

Lesson 2,

Activity 3: Where Does the Food Go?

Lesson 3,

Both activities

Lesson 4,

Activity 2: Technology on Trial- One Person's Story

Lesson 7,

Both activities

· NO HOMEWORK

(These activities can be done in class.)

Lesson 1,

Activities 1-4

Lesson 2,

Activity 2: How Much Food Is There?


Activity 3: Where Does the Food Go?

Lesson 4,

Both activities

Lesson 6,

Activity 1: Aid for Whom? Aid for What?

Lesson 7,

Both activities

· RESEARCH PROJECTS

(These activities require some out-of-class work, may require library work or interviewing. Many action idea sections can be enlarged into out-of-class projects as well.)

Lesson 1,

Activity 5: The News About Hunger

Lesson 2,

Activity 1: Diet Diary

Lesson 5,

All activities

Lesson 8,

All activities

· LIMITED TIME

(Each of these activities requires only a single class period.)

Lesson 1,

Activity 1: If This Class Represented the World


Activity 4: The Web of Hunger

Lesson 2,

Activity 2: How Much Food Is There?

Lesson 3,

Both activities

Lesson 4,

Activity 1: Is More Always Better?

Lesson 6,

Activity 1: Aid for Whom? Aid for What?

Lesson 7,

Both activities

· ROLE PLAYING

Lesson 2,

Activity 4: Hunger in the Midst of Plenty

Lesson 3,

Activity 2: Why Do People Have Children?

Lesson 4,

Activity 2: Technology on Trial One Person's Story

Lesson 5,

Activity 3: Who Suffers, Who Benefits?

Lesson 7,

Activity 2: What Would You Do?