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Reducing Food waste and Composting as a Solution for Climate Change (Grade 5)

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In this module sstudents will learn about various environmental problems and how these problems are impacting our world. Students will focus on problems related to food waste and sending food to the landfill. Students will learn about backyard and industrial composting as a solution. The module describes that the food of almost any kind of animal can be tracked back to plants. Organisms are correlated in food grids in which some animals eat plants for food and other animals eat the animals that eat plants. Some organisms, such as fungi and bacteria, break down dead organisms (both plants or plants…
In this module sstudents will learn about various environmental problems and how these problems are impacting our world. Students will focus on problems related to food waste and sending food to the landfill. Students will learn about backyard and industrial composting as a solution. The module describes that the food of almost any kind of animal can be tracked back to plants. Organisms are correlated in food grids in which some animals eat plants for food and other animals eat the animals that eat plants. Some organisms, such as fungi and bacteria, break down dead organisms (both plants or plants parts and animals) and therefore operate as “decomposers.” Decomposition ultimately rebuilds (recycles) certain materials back to the soil. Organisms can survive just in environments in which their special needs are met. Healthful ecosystem is one where several species of various types are each able to meet their needs fairly stable web of life. Recently introduced species can cause damage to the balance of an ecosystem.

What Will You Learn?

  • 1) Students learn about the vocabulary words of Sustainability in this lesson.
  • 2) Students will watch different videos tot understand what is causing global warming and then how global warming is affecting the oceans, weather, food, and health.
  • 3) Students will write down the different information that they learned from watching the two videos on climate change.
  • 4) Students will learn that Food Waste is a big problem.
  • 5) Students will start by watching the video titled, “Saving Food Educational on food waste, “which explains that 1/3 of all of the food grown is wasted and gives students tips on how to combat food waste.
  • 6) Students will be given five minutes to write down all of the steps that they can think of that needs to happen for food to end up in their fridge at home.
  • 7) Students review the EPA’s Food Recovery Hierarchy, which shows how people can manage food waste, with the most preferred to the least preferred options.
  • 8) Students will learn that because landfills contain no oxygen, decomposing food in landfills produce methane, which is a harmful greenhouse gas.
  • 9) Students will watch three composting videos.

About the instructor

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Dr. Ambareen Atisha is a student-centered Professor with expertise in Civil and Environmental Engineering and Mechanical Engineering Departments, and a decade-long background of supporting students, developing academic instructional plans, and providing equitable assessments. She has been working as a Faculty Member at Sheridan Institute of Technology since 2017, at NSRIC Inc from August 2021 and at Humber College since January 2022 as Part-time Professor. Along with that, she worked as Lab Supervisor at Western University, London, On, Canada in 2017 (Feb -June). Moreover, she worked as a French Language Professor in Alliance Française de Dhaka from 2006-2008. Dr. Atisha’s main skills include: curriculum development, progress reporting, lesson planning, online and in-class teaching, faculty communication, designing, interpersonal skills, creating positive learning environment and continuous quality improvement. Dr. Atisha completed her B.Sc. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) in 2001 and she did her Diploma in French Language from Alliance Francaise de Paris, France in 2006. Dr. Atisha then completed her M.Sc in Civil and Environmental Engineering in 2011 and PhD in Environmental Engineering in 2017; both from Western University, London, ON, Canada. During her higher studies at Western University, she successfully worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant and Graduate Research Assistant from 2008-2016. Dr. Atisha has performed extensive research in developing different remediation techniques for removal of emerging contaminants like pharmaceuticals, estrogens as well as chlorinated hydrocarbons from surface water, groundwater, wastewater and soil. She has analyzed potential environmental impacts of organic pollutants through good knowledge in environmental standards and guidelines. She has 8 years of experience in using Instrumental Analysis Technique including Gas Chromatography, Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry, High Performance Liquid Chromatography, Zeta Potential/ Particle Size Analyzer, FT-IR. Moreover, she is highly skilled in the utilization of different software for complex data analysis and data interpretation. She has prepared technical reports, papers for scientific journals as well as PhD thesis on basis of field investigation/survey/data, technical/scientific studies. Dr. Atisha’s experiences have resulted her in being commended for sustaining effective learning environment through prepared classes and relevant assignments. Consistently achieving post-secondary classroom management and academic goals is one of her assets, which she continues to use to ensure her students receive the best education.

Course Outline

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Lesson 1.3 Climate Change Information Handout
Students will fill out the handout titled “Climate Change Information,” in which students will write down the different information that they learned from watching the two videos on climate change. Students can work together in pairs on this project, but each student should fill out their own worksheet. This worksheet will help the students during the final project in Lesson #5, where students need to write a Letter to the Editor about climate change along with potential solutions that the students have learned throughout the unit.

Lesson 1.2 Introduction to Climate Change
Students start by watching the first video, titled "Climate Change: Earth’s Giant Game of Tetris."This video explains to kids how climate change is similar to a giant game of Tetris, and that if there are too many pieces, which represent CO2, then the Earth will start to heat up. The second video, titled "Causes and Effects of Climate Change, National Geographic", shows what is causing global warming and then shows how global warming is affecting the oceans, weather, food, and health.

Lesson 1.1 Vocabulary Words
Students learn about the vocabulary words for this lesson. The teacher teaches the vocabulary word, uses it in a sentence, and then asks a question about the word to gauge the student’s understanding.

Lesson 2.1 Food Waste
Lesson 2.1 Food Waste Why the topic of food waste is important and related to climate change: Food waste is a big problem because roughly 1/3 of the food that is grown worldwide is either wasted or lost throughout the entire process, from the farms, distributors, markets, restaurants, and people’s homes. Decomposing food waste thrown in the landfill can produce methane, which is a harmful greenhouse gas. Throwing away 1/3 of all of the food grown wastes resources, energy to transport these products, land to grow these products, and the time spent by farmers growing these products. It also reduces animals’ habitats and threatens wildlife species.

Lesson 2.2 Food Waste: Educational Video
Students will start by watching the video titled, “Saving Food Educational on food waste, “which explains that 1/3 of all of the food grown is wasted and gives students tips on how to combat food waste. The next two videos are the trailer and an extra clip from the documentary "Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story." The second video gives a brief overview of the film, showing perfectly edible food being wasted in the grocery stores and farmers having to throw out crops that don’t meet cosmetic standards. The third video shows one cauliflower farmer talking about how a certain cauliflower has to be thrown out since it was too big and a little yellow for the supermarkets.

Lesson 2.3 Food System and Waste Mapping Activity
Students will be given five minutes to write down all of the steps that they can think of that needs to happen for food to end up in their fridge at home. The students can do this on a blank sheet of paper or within their notebooks. After the students have mapped out the food system themselves and how they think food gets to their fridge, the class will work on this project together. Through this activity, students can see all of the inputs that goes into food ending up in their fridge. They can see the importance of only buying the food that you need and not wasting this food. The teacher will call on students to ask for the different steps in the process. The teacher will then write most, if not all of the steps, on the white board.

Lesson 2.4 How can we solve the problem
EPA’s Food Recovery Hierarchy Students review the EPA’s Food Recovery Hierarchy, which shows how people can manage food waste, with the most preferred to the least preferred options. The teacher will present this to the students via the PowerPoint, will select some students to read the table aloud, and then will ask students if they have any questions regarding the Food Recovery Hierarchy.

Lesson 3.1 Composting and other Climate Solutions
Why the topic of composting is important and related to climate change: Because landfills contain no oxygen, decomposing food in landfills produce methane, which is a harmful greenhouse gas. Composting releases much less methane compared to throwing food in a landfill and also gives back nutrients to the soil. Additionally, composting also provides nutrients back to the soil and is a great fertilizer to fruits, vegetables, and plants in a backyard garden. Lastly, composting is one of the options on the EPA’s Food Recovery Hierarchy, which is the best option to do with food scraps that are inedible or are by-products such an orange peels or eggshells.

Lesson 3.2 Composting Videos
Students will watch three composting videos. The first video gives an overview showing the students how food is turned into compost via backyard composting. This is done by going into an animated compost bin where a roly-poly teaches about the different layers and animals needed to break down food within a compost bin. The second video is about how the City of Denver is closing the loop by collecting food scraps and then selling the finished compost in a local hardware store. The third video quickly explains what goes inside of the compost bin.

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  • This course is entirely online and does not require a textbook.

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  • Students will be required to have:
  • • Notebooks
  • • White Art paper
  • • Markers/crayons/coloured pencils

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  • This module is designed for Grade 5 students.

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