This topic bundle of lessons gives pupils an understanding on where food comes from around the world, which season’s fresh produce is grown and investigating farming and how farmed produce ends on our forks. The impact on war and drought has on food distribution to the rising food prices.
The science lessons include lessons on ‘why we should eat a balanced diet?’ Diet and lifestyle on the human body and Pioneers on food, medicine and vaccines.
The history lessons looks at the different methods of farming, the Atlantic trade routes, make connections about how farmers and farming life has developed over time, and over time how food medicine has had an impact on our lifestyle.
The Maths lesson circumnavigating the high seas links to the history lesson – Atlantic trade routes and the PSHE lesson asks the question ‘why fair trade is important to farmers?’
The English lessons include: writing a balanced argument and asking the question: ‘Why we should eat a balanced diet’; what’s in the news- researching what the papers write and identifying what’s fact and fiction. The follow on week’s lessons – Hot of the press, gives pupils opportunities to write their own newspaper articles.
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