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Sound Off: Eliminating Junk Food from Schools

Sound Off: Eliminating Junk Food from Schools | Junk food in school Asal, Luciana, Allan | Scoop.it
USDA issues ruling to eliminate junk food from school cafeterias, vending machines.

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In most on the schools they sell junk food, parents that avoid junk food at home cant make there kids eat healthy at school. This  photo shows how vending machines are full of junk fooD.

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Alison D. Gilbert's curator insight, February 9, 2013 3:25 PM

It's about time and only a start.

Manuela Cortes's curator insight, May 14, 2014 8:32 AM

This article is really good to know more about junk food. It mentions a really important point. It says that parents try to avoid junk food at home but their efforts are worthless because at school students can buy and eat junk food whenever they want. although the article takes an opinion on the topic aligns with your common sense and gives great solutions to fix the topic. It uses appropriate language and uses great quotes.

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How Junk Food Affects the Body

so don't eat junk foods follow me on twitter: www.twitter.com/joislynornales add/follow me on: www.facebook.com/joislyn27 follow me on instagram: www.instagr...
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This video is being led by a doctor so most of what he says it's true. The language he uses it's very academic and if there is a new word he explains it. It can be help full because it's kind of a class in 3 minutes.

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Peru cracks down on junk food in schools

Peru cracks down on junk food in schools | Junk food in school Asal, Luciana, Allan | Scoop.it
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Peru cracks down on junk food in schools
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Peru's president signed a new law Thursday designed to reduce child obesity by encouraging healthier eating habits in schools.
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I chose this site because it is a very good example of a country that is now being more strict with junk food. It is good because it tells not only that they are being more strict but also it tells why It affects students.

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80 Percent of Public Schools Have Contracts With Coke or Pepsi

80 Percent of Public Schools Have Contracts With Coke or Pepsi | Junk food in school Asal, Luciana, Allan | Scoop.it

New research highlights the need to crack down on junk food in schools. (Yet another reason why we must continue the effort to improve school food programs!


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This is a good source because it perfectly explains the problem there is at schools and it shows how popular the junk has come to be. It has a clear picture of soda machines.

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Manuela Cortes's curator insight, May 12, 2014 9:02 AM

This is a very reliable and useful article. It uses apropriate language and is very easily understood. It uses lots of pictures and links for more information about the topic. The author doesn't take a position about the topic, instead gives great facts that would work perfectly on a piece of writing. This came from a website called "Mother Jones" and this is a health website so it must be a reliable scorce.

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World Health Organization Says: Get Rid of Junk Food! by Sylvia Anderson - - InsidersHealth.com

World Health Organization Says: Get Rid of Junk Food! by Sylvia Anderson - - InsidersHealth.com | Junk food in school Asal, Luciana, Allan | Scoop.it

It’s no secret that obesity – especially childhood obesity – is becoming a huge problem in our nation and around the world (no pun intended). The First Lady has weighed in, and now the World Health Organization is speaking up, calling for a ban on junk food in settings such as schools and playgrounds ...


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I chose this article because it has many supporting ideas. When It gives an idea it supports it with many evidence. It's not that long and even a third grader can understand it. 

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Manuela Cortes's curator insight, May 12, 2014 9:07 AM

This article has sources such as the W.H.O., which is the world health organization.  It uses many useful quotes and statistics to he the reader understand what is being said. It proposes various solutions to the controversial problem. It is easy to understand vocabulary and it has no spelling or grammar mistakes. This article helped me understand a lot more about junk food in schools.

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Hey, advertisers, leave our defenceless kids alone

Hey, advertisers, leave our defenceless kids alone | Junk food in school Asal, Luciana, Allan | Scoop.it
George Monbiot: In-school marketing, promoting junk food online: how can we tolerate this corporate capture of young minds?

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This article is very good because it shows how junk food advertisements pollute kids minds. It is also good because not only it gives us very good examples but also if you do not like that article it shows you other good websites you can go.

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JKingston's curator insight, September 13, 2013 6:01 PM
Continuity & Change Syllabus continuity and change 1 - modernisation 2 - sustainability 3 - tradition 4 - beliefs and values 5 - empowerment 6 - westernisation 7 - cooperation and conflict Contemporary Context The following points are to be integrated across the study of Social and Cultural Continuity and Change: 8 - use examples drawn from contemporary society 9 - examine the impact of technologies, including communication technologies, on continuity and change 10 - apply a social theory to a selected country and assess its ability to explain both continuity and change 11 - assess the role and value of social and cultural research in the examination of contemporary societies and cultures. Students develop knowledge and understanding of research methods by examining: 12 - the features of primary and secondary research 13 - the nature and characteristics of quantitative and qualitative research 14 - the characteristics, strengths and weaknesses of the following research methods: 15 - case study 16 - focus group 17 - observation 18 - personal reflection 19 - secondary research 20 - content analysis 21 -interview 22 - participant observation 23 - questionnaire 24 -statistical analysis. The nature of social and cultural continuity and change Students develop knowledge and understanding of social and cultural continuity and change by examining: 25 - the nature of continuity and change: 26 - change is a complex process 27 - 'evolutionary’ change 28 - ‘transformative’ change 29 - resistance to change 30 - the influence that continuity and change have on the development of society at the micro, meso and macro levels 31 - the impact of modernisation and westernisation on social and cultural continuity and change 32 - theories of social change as attempts to explain change, and resistance to change, within societies and cultures in relation to: 33 - structural changes within society 34 - the processes and agents of social change 35 - the directions of change 36 - key features of each of the following theories: 37 - conflict 38 - evolutionary 38 - functionalist 39 - interactionist. Students will study in detail a country in order to: 40 - determine the nature of traditional society and culture 41 - analyse the nature of power and authority 42 - examine the impact of continuity and change upon the lives of individuals and groups in the micro, meso and macro levels of society. Students will explore BOTH continuity AND change in the selected country through a detailed study of ONE of the following aspects: 43 - beliefs, values and lifestyles 44 - education 45 - family life and population changes 46 - gender roles and the status of men and women 47 - the legal system and political processes. In relation to the selected country, students will examine: 48 - Is all change necessarily progress? 49 - Which groups benefit from change? Which do not? 50 - How has access to technologies impacted on the rate and direction of change? Choose ONE social theory from the list below and apply it to the selected country: 51 - conflict 52 - evolutionary 53 - functionalist 54 - interactionist. 55 -Assess the appropriateness of this social theory in explaining continuity and change for the selected country. The near future (5 to 10 years) Students are to: 56 - determine current trends and suggest probable future directions for the aspect of the country studied in the focus study 57 - evaluate the impact and implications for the aspect of the country studied of: 58 - likely changes 59 - probable continuities 60 - predict the importance of technologies to the country studied.
Manuela Cortes's curator insight, May 12, 2014 9:14 AM

This article is very useful and helpful because it uses strong opinions and  the words are understood easily. This article aligns with your common sense because you can comprehend the topic simply. It uses professional vocabulary and has links to other websites that could be helpful. 

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Junk Food Ads and Kids

If you've got kids watching TV, you've got kids watching junk food ads. Companies spend billions of dollars promoting sweet cereals, soda, and fast food to t...
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This is a good source because it explains how companies of junk food encourage kids to eat junk food: ads, games, blogs,etc.  Companies make kids ask the parents to buy them junk food because  of celebrities that appear on adds and because of entertaining commercials.

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Classroom Tech Seen as Loophole in Schools Ban on Junk Food Ads - NBC News

Classroom Tech Seen as Loophole in Schools Ban on Junk Food Ads  - NBC News | Junk food in school Asal, Luciana, Allan | Scoop.it
Technology in classrooms may put a crimp in newly proposed rules to limit junk food marketing in schools.The White House and the U.S. Department of Agricultu...

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This article talk about how they will make this situation better. It's also true facts because its a NBC news. It sums up a whole plan and tells people that it will get better. 

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Manuela Cortes's curator insight, May 12, 2014 9:22 AM

This is a resourceful link because it gives reality examples that are happening around the world. It gives various solutions and aligns with your common sense. It uses appropriate vocabulary and proper spelling and grammar. I really liked this article. 

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11 Junk Food in Schools Statistics and Trends

11 Junk Food in Schools Statistics and Trends | Junk food in school Asal, Luciana, Allan | Scoop.it
Junk Food in Schools Statistics
Research has been performed to the relation of junk food in schools and childhood obesity.

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I chose this site because it has really good pictures explaining very good, it also has a very good video casted by CNN with a profesional speaking. This site is easy and fun to understand. It also has some very good fun facts that are cool to know.  

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