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Dining Out Nutritional Activity
Health Education Teaching Techniques Journal (2011)
  • Amy J. Riggs, Georgia Southern University
  • Bridget F. Melton, Georgia Southern University
  • Helen W. Bland, Georgia Southern University
Abstract
Dining out is an increasing trend among American youth. Objectives: The purpose of this teaching technique is to present an interactive, nutritional education activity that is focused on developing healthy food-selection skills, and reducing calorie consumption, among youth when they dine outside of the home. Target Audience: Although this activity is geared toward adolescents, i.e., students typically between 13 and 19 years of age, it can be adjusted for younger and older students.
Publication Date
2011
Citation Information
Amy J. Riggs, Bridget F. Melton, and Helen W. Bland. "Dining Out Nutritional Activity" Health Education Teaching Techniques Journal (2011): 2-12.
source:http://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/commhealth-facpubs/56/