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Unit 9

Social- Cultural Unit 21AssignmentP3, M1 & D1

Nutrition

Unit 21Unit 21

P1 = DONE

P2 & M1= DONE

P3, M1 & D1

Write down one question

Learning Objectives

Lo3- Predict social cultural factors for a person who follows a specific religion

Lo2- Underline the effects of social cultural factors on diet choices.

L01- identify social cultural factors that have an effect on diet choices.

Task 1

Explain how the following influence individual diets;

1.Dietary Habits2.Economic Factors3.Socio-Cultural Influences4.Education5.Social Policy6.Health factors

Write down what you think the term Social cultural means?

(Stretch & Whitehouse, 2010)

1 minute

Definition Social cultural factors

Sociocultural factorsare the larger scale forces withinculturesand societies that affect the thoughts, feelings and behaviours. (Stretch & Whitehouse, 2010)

Such factorsinclude: Attitudes. Child rearing practices.(Stretch & Whitehouse, 2010)

Social Cultural Factors

Beliefs, socialisation, food rituals, role of food in families and communities

FamilyReligious rulesOwn preferences and taste of those serving foodFasting and feasting

All these have an effect on their diet choices

Can you think of a specific religion that changes a persons diet?

Religions aroundthe world- 30 minutes

Religions which require particular food rules include:Islam; (Ramadam)Hinduism;Buddhism (strict);

Your activity to cut and stick photos and around them write the rules of eating.

1- Say what the religion is2- What food rules 3- What other rules like behaviours they follow4- How it effects their diet habits

Ramadan

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kM27b-iaBg

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic Lunar Calendar.

Every day during this month, Muslims around the world spend the daylight hours in a complete fast.Nothing can enter your mouth during daylight (Notablets, no water and no food while its daylight)When it is night they can eat food and drink.

Religions that effect healthRamadan:Individuals can become malnourished in that space of time.- Dehydrated causing illness (Faint, dizziness)- Lose weight- Lose appetite during the night to eat- Metabolism slows down (Can put on weight easily)

IslamThe Koran outlines the foods which can be eaten (halal) and those forbidden (haram).

Beef, lamb and chicken can only be eaten if the animal has been slaughtered by the halal method. This means that the animal must be killed by slitting its throat. The animal will then have all the blood drained from its body.

Muslims will only eat meat slaughtered by Muslims, Christians or Jews.

Examples include pork, blood, alcohol and meat sacrificed to idols.

Write down how this religion influences your diet choices?

Hinduism

Strict Hindus are vegetarian.

The cow is held in high regard and a symbol of abundance, therefore Hindus do not eat beef.

Some Hindus may also avoid certain foods, such as salted pork, milk, onions, garlic, eggs and coconut.

Write down how this religion influences your diet choices?

Buddhism

Prohibited animal flesh: all.

Buddhists believe they should not be responsible for the death of any other living organism.

Therefore, most Buddhists follow a strict vegetarian, if not vegan diet.

They also avoid the consumption of alcohol.This influences their diet due to becoming a vegetarian.

Write down how this religion influences your diet choices?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/clips/zpt4wmn

Buddhism monks and nuns

A monk is allowed to collect, receive and consume food between dawn and midday (taken to be 12 noon).Monk lives on whatever is offered, vegetarianism is encouraged.Monk and nuns are not allowed their own money therefore cant buy own food.

Activity

To make a poster for children in a primary school about different religions and how this effects diet choices. Explain what the religion isDietary habits of this religionRulesPicturesMake a game

1- Hinduism2- Buddhism3- Islam (Muslims)4- Ramadan

Learning Objectives

Lo3- Predict social cultural factors for a person who follows a specific religion

Lo2- Underline the effects of social cultural factors on diet choices.

L01- identify social cultural factors that have an effect on diet choices.