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Eat Right! The Food Pyramid (2006)

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The new USDA dietary guidelines and revised food pyramid are out. The 2005 report suggests that “soft drinks, donuts, and french fries are the foundation for a healthy diet.” Wow! Nutrition education could become the hot course this year. OK, so that wasn’t exactly what the guidelines said; so dream on. What they really said was more like, “Grandma was right!

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:21
Eat Right! The Food Pyramid

What is Sexual Harassment? (2000)

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Clearly defines sexual harassment, dramatizes typical situation, and gives ten steps to stop it. Illustrating actions once dismissed as normal adolescent "boys will be boys" behavior, this TV-news style program re-creates actual cases to show how both women and men can be victimized by unwanted advances and hostile environments at school and work.

Grade Level: 
High
Professional
Length: 
00:23
What is Sexual Harassment?

Global Eating: Learning From Other Cultures (2003)

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What can we learn from other cultures about food and nutrition? Some countries share our love for food yet manage to avoid our epidemic of obesity. How do they do it? By studying how other cultures eat, we can gain some useful (and tasty) ideas to adapt to our own needs.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Middle
High
Length: 
00:22
Global Eating: Learning From Other Cultures

What Should We Eat? The Vegetarian Debate (2003)

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This program challenges all eaters to make decisions about food. Should people eat lots of meat? Just a little? None at all? Are vegetarians on to something or just a fringe group afraid to eat a creature that looks cute? Is meat a key part of a healthy diet or does it contribute to cancer and heart disease? It’s easy to find extreme views on this subject, but what are the real issues?

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Middle
High
Length: 
00:23
What Should We Eat? The Vegetarian Debate

Food: A Multicultural Feast (1998)

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One result of increased global trade and travel is that we all have multi-cultural stomachs. This video examines the multi-cultural origins of many foods and unearths a few surprises. Viewers learn chili isn't Mexican, spaghetti and meatballs is uniquely American, chop suey doesn't exist in China, and sauerkraut was a Chinese invention.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Middle
High
Length: 
00:20
Food: A Multicultural Feast