My students are mostly minority students who come from low-income family backgrounds. They are very active and enjoy coming to school and learning science.
They are always ready to learn new skills and explore new opportunities, but the unavailability of resources makes it hard for them to understand some of the abstract concepts that I teach; therefore, the need to explain the concepts in ways that make them real, captivating and interesting becomes imperative.
My students enjoy completing class projects that involve hands-on experiments, programming, art, and research, which helps them express their understanding of chemistry concepts in their own way by creating new meanings of their discoveries.
This project will require my students to conduct an online research on important science news related to food and health awareness. They will also report news that involves health science and food management to the school and community. This will help my school and the community to become enlightened in the areas of food management and health awareness.
My students will use science journalism to convey report about science news to the school community.
My students will need snacks and drinks while carrying out the research and activities since they be moving around and spending long hours on the work. They need WELCH'S Mixed Fruit Snacks, cookies, Slim Jims, Mars chocolates, planters, juice and Grandma's Cookies Variety Pack. These snacks will keep my students focused and healthy during these activities. Thank you for providing my students with essential items to carry out their research on journalism.
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