Full course description
Ready-to-eat food, e.g. sandwiches, salads, baked goods, etc., are a convenient way for us to fill our tummies when we do not want to or have no time to prepare meals or snacks from scratch (i.e. preparing and cooking using raw ingredients).
This course will share what are ready-to-eat food, where to find Usage Instructions, and how we can make healthier choices by learning how to read Food Labels and Nutritional Information Panels (NIPs).
This course is recommended for:
- Middle Years (11 – 14 years old) and above
This course covers the following topics:
- Why Do We Eat Ready-To-Eat Food?
- What Are Ready-To-Eat Food?
- Types of Ready-To-Eat Food.
- Things to Note When Choosing Ready-To-Eat Food.
- What Is a Food Label and Why Is It Important?
- How to Read Food Labels.
- How to Find and Read Usage Instructions.
- How to Find and Read Nutrition Information Panels.
- How to Choose Between Two Ready-To-Eat Foods.
In this course, we will learn to:
- Recognise what are ready-to-eat food versus raw food.
- Read the Food Label.
- Recognise and read the Usage Instructions.
- Recognise and read the Nutrition Information Panel (NIP).
This online course is open for Pathlight School students to access.
Pathlight School students can enrol in this course after logging in to Learn for Life eCampus.
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