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In the Importance of Food Labels lesson, students will learn about fresh foods and processed foods, and understand which foods require a food label. They will compare the old food labels to the new food labels, and select which parts of each they think are the most helpful when deciding what to eat.
National Health Education Standards that Align with the Importance of Food Labels Lesson
National Strategies that Align with the SHARE Curriculum
Healthy People 2020 Objectives
AH-2 Increase the proportion of adolescents who participate in extracurricular and/or out-of-school activities.
AH-3.2 Increase the proportion of parents who attend events and activities in which their adolescents participate.
National Partnership for Action
Goal 1 Awareness - Increase awareness of the significance of health disparities, their impact on the nation, and the actions necessary to improve health outcomes for racial, ethnic, and underserved populations.
Strategy 2: Develop and support partnerships among public, nonprofit, and private entities to provide a comprehensive infrastructure to increase awareness, drive action, and ensure accountability in efforts to end health disparities and achieve health equity across the lifespan.
Goal 2: Leadership - Strengthen and broaden leadership for addressing health disparities at all levels.
Strategy 7: Invest in young people to prepare them to be future leaders and practitioners by actively engaging and including them in the planning and execution of health, wellness and safety initiatives.