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Looking for authentic hands-on nutritional experiments? High schoolers will perform experiments to test for the presence of vitamin C in several solutions as well as the effect of caffeine on Daphnia. They will also consider the advertising used to sell food regardless of its nutritional value. This is a very well composed lesson that provides extensions, vocabulary, and a lab experiment.
In this vitamins and minerals worksheet, learners review how these are measured and determine what minerals the body needs. Students determine how different vitamins help the body to function properly. This worksheet has 22 short answer questions and 18 fill in the blank questions.
Students research a variety of vitamins and create a PSA type announcement for Voicethread. In this vitamin research lesson, students research their assigned vitamin or mineral. Students explore the PSA website to create an effective PSA about the topic. Students post the PSA on Voicethread.
Students determine the amount of vitamin C present in 3 samples of juice stored in various light conditions. In this vitamin lesson plan, students investigate the amount of vitamin C present in juice exposed to different quantities of light. Students complete a titration using iodine and a known amount of vitamin C to find a conversion factor used to determine the unknown concentrations of vitamin C. Students answer 3 questions and conclude how to preserve the most vitamin C in juice.
Pupils explore the reasons why its important to take Vitamin B-12 for your health. They examine pictures and package labels of meat, milk, eggs, cereals, etc. to view the vitamins listed on each. In addition, they develop a personal plan to get vitamin B-12 from cereals or supplements every day to keep healthy