Project 1 Nutrition Information Display and Health Fair.pdf

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Unformatted text preview: Project 1: Nutrition Information Display and Health Fair Participation A. Nutrition Information Display (50%) As part of the National Nutrition Month celebration, you are invited to promote nutrition messages to college students. As a health fair vendor, you are asked to 1. Set up a professional tri‐fold display. Include the following information in your tri‐fold a. An original and meaningful slogan for your topic b. Nutrition information from credible sources c. Attractive graphics or pictures 2. Develop a nutrition brochure (2‐page tri‐fold) for your topic using the same slogan. Your brochure should be informatively balanced with appropriate graphic. You must have at least two references for the contents of your brochure. You may only use information obtained from .gov, .edu or .org site. Please list the references following the APA citation style. 3. Plan an interactive nutrition activity or game that engages and educates health fair participants. Bring the activity to the health fair. a. Turn in – 1‐page description of the activity‐ title, learning objectives, materials, and direction b. Picture or illustration of the nutrition activity Your display board, nutrition brochure, and nutrition activity should be professional in appearance, attractive, and educational to health fair participants. Your display board, nutrition brochure, and the activity summary sheet are due on the class before the event. B. Health Fair Participation (50 %) You are required to attend a minimum of 2.5 hours at the college health fair on _________. First Shift: 9:00am – 11:15am, Second Shift: 11:15am ‐1:30pm. Please coordinate among your team to cover the whole time frame. Failure to participate in your group will result in a failing grade in your project. Your final grade for the display is partly based on your peer evaluation. Suggested topics are: Healthy Breakfast/Snacks/Lunches Sugar in drinks Sodium in food Portion control Superfoods Whole grains and fiber Maintaining Healthy Weight ...
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  • Fall '18
  • 50%, 2.5 hours, 50 %, Health Fair Participation, Nutrition Information Display

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