Food for Thought


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Food for Thought is a spatial graphing activity that uses the participants as part of the graph. The activity helps students develop a feeling for the similarities and differences between populations. Many measures are used for comparison including population, population density, population growth rates, energy consumption, CO2 emissions, and more.

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    Topics and Grades

    Grade: 6 to 9

    Topics: Economics, Geography, Measurement, Tools, and Data Analysis, Geology & the Dynamic Earth, Cells, Human Anatomy & Physiology, History-Social Science, Personal and Community Health, Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability, Earth's Resources, Education Theory and Practice, Current Science, Science, Education, Child Development & Family Services, Instructional Strategies, Health Education, Learning Theories, DNA, Genetics & Biotechnology, Health & Physical Education, Professional Development, Growth, Development & Aging, Life Sciences, Agriculture & Natural Resources, Nature & Method of Science, Health Science & Medical Technology, Energy & Work, Mathematics, World Geography, Ecology & Ecosystems

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    • Teacher Materials

    Tool for: Teachers