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Workshop 8: Families Function: Families Eat

Workshop 8: Families Function: Families Eat
Workshop 8: Families Function: Families Eat

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  • Eating together is important family time; it validates the importance in family and offers good socialization, which is very important. -...
  • Activity Minutes Welcoming and Entering 0 Opening 5 Activity 1: Foods Continuum Game 10 Activity 2: Food and Family: A Discussion 10...
  • Many of us have a love/hate relationship with food. We eat more than we should or we do not eat enough. We make food choices that are not...
  • Materials for Activity Pictures of food clipped from magazines, grocery store circulars, and the like Poster board or paper Markers Glue...
  • Materials for Activity Chalice and matches Mac Hammond's "Thanksgiving," poem #119 from Poetry 180 , or another humorous poem about food...
  • Description of Activity This game invites participants to have fun while thinking about food. Delineate a continuum space in the room. Read...
  • Description of Activity Tell participants that your focus today will primarily be about families and food. You might start by asking some...
  • Preparation for Activity If you plan to do use youth leaders, recruit them in advance of the session. Description of Activity This activity...
  • Materials for Activity Table set-up for the feast, including flatware, plates, napkins, and cups Food and drink (pre-arranged and prepared...
  • Description of Activity Gather participants in a closing circle. Pragmatics: Remind participants of any logistics for the upcoming Family...
  • Confirm arrangements for Family Event 2, which will take place before the next session. Copy Handout 6, Consent Form, for Family Event...
  • Materials for Activity Guest speaker (optional) Handout 1, An Interview with Hanne Blank (optional) Preparation for Activity Consider...
  • Materials for Activity Leader Resource 1, Background for Writing Poetry with Youth Handout 2, Writing Poetry: Some Methods Jane Kenyon's "...
  • Eating together is important family time; it validates the importance in family and offers good socialization, which is very important. -...
  • Excerpt from an interview conducted and published by Advocates for Youth (permission pending). June 22, 2001,10:30 a.m. Hanne: Well, not...
  • Method One: Writing a Tercet In a tercet, every other line rhymes. A tercet is a form of poetry that has three-line stanzas in which the...
  • Anything goes into poetry. There are rules, but you don't need to know them; even if you know them, you can break them. Poet Janet Wong,...

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