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CTE/Family & Consumer Sciences Education Curriculum
Food And Nutrition I
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Strand 3
Students will identify the sources and functions of carbohydrates and fiber and apply appropriate food preparation techniques.
Standard 1
Identify carbohydrates, their sources, and functions and the importance of whole grains in the body. STEM (Math)
 
  • Carbohydrates
    Using class discussion and demonstration, carbohydrates are identified as well as their functionS.
  • Carbohydrates-Simple and Complex
    Grain products are staple foods and sources of simple and complex carbohydrates that provide energy for the body.
  • Cereal Grains
    Students will learn the basics about cereal grains. They will learn the main seven types of grains, the nutritional value found in cereal, and they will cook with a grain. They will also be able to taste cereal and compare cereal with and without sugar being added.

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