If you still have time and want to dive even more in the food waste topic, you can also watch:
Use the following table to record your food waste within the week:
This information can be found at the following links, but the teacher can provide additional ones if he/she likes:
Food waste in Europe – statistics and facts about the problem
The Enormous Scale Of Global Food Waste [Infographic]
Causes, Effects and Solutions to Growing Problem of Food Waste – Conserve Energy Future
Food Waste – The Nutrition Source Health
How to reduce food waste at home – Eufic
Stop food waste!
Food wastage footprint
1)Two groups carry out video interviews (interviewer and interviewees). One group is going to be the one in charge of preparing the questions and the video shooting, while the other one is in charge of answering the questions. To answer the questions, the students appearing in the video should point out the knowledge and reflections they learnt through the previous steps of the WebQuest. It is important that the ideas they have learnt with this whole activity are clearly presented in the video. To this end, the students answering the questions must prepare their speech before the shoot. For the shooting you can use a camera or your smartphone.
1.You can ask the following interviewing questions (but you can also propose other ones if you like):
2.A group collects the information gathered in step 4 and prepare a PPT presentation to be shown in the video and to alternate with their mates interviews. The presentation may contain the following elements:
3.The last group is in charge of the post production of the video: through a freeware video editing software such as OpenShot https://www.openshot.org/download/ it will collect and gather the other groups’ contributions, including the PPT presentation, and will make the video to tackle food waste!