Hands on Activity: Life Skills Devlopment

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Intrapersonal Relationship skills

This unit has been designed to allow the Mauritan participants to work out some activities on WikiEducator.

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Activity 1
  • Read the following text and correct the mistakes

Eating the right foods and responding to what our body needs is called having a balanced diet. This healthy diet contain nutrients from the different food groups, providing more than enough energy, growth and repair elements, vitamins and minerals for the body to function at peak efficiency. The benefits for food preparation have to be respected in order to ensure that food remains fresh and healthy for consumption.

Analyse the influence of socio-cultural and economic facts, religion, person beliefs, and choices related to eating; Identify appropriate sources of information for products, services and costs related to eating well; Identify the role of Vitamins, Supplements and Trace Elements in treating with nutritional deficiencies in the diet. Develop an understanding of Life Style Diseases and their causes. Identify selected diseases, their causes and how they could be prevented.

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Activity 2

Write a few sentences on the following topics: values education, nutrition, substance use and abuse, self-esteem. hint! choose one of them and then you explain the item. You may use the 'bold' or 'italic fonts.

'bold' test

Definition of nutrition: The taking in and use of food and other nourishing material by the body. Nutrition is a 3-part process. First, food or drink is consumed. Second, the body breaks down the food or drink into nutrients. Third, the nutrients travel through the bloodstream to different parts of the body where they are used as "fuel" and for many other purposes. To give the body proper nutrition, a person has to eat and drink enough of the foods that contain key nutrients.

e.g nutrition It is the act of feeding oneself.

Values Education Living Values Education Program (LVEP) is a comprehensive values education program. This innovative global character education program offers a wide variety of experiential values activities and practical methodologies to educators, facilitators, parents and caregivers that enable children and young adults to explore and develop twelve universal values. In addition to programs for classrooms and parent groups, LVEP offers special materials for street children, children affected by war, and children affected by earthquakes.

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Activity 3
  • Create one heading on one of the above topics.
  • create three subheadings and explain briefly each of them.
  • You may ask your colleague/friend to add any other points. You can use the bullets.


Nutrition: Unit One

Nutrition: Unit Two

Nutrition: Unit Three



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Values Education

Values Education 1

Values Education 2

=Values Education 3

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Activity 4

Non-communicable diseases

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  1. Write 2-3 sentences to give an overview of the page
  2. create two headings and write 2-3 lines on each of them.

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Activity 5

  1. link to another page using an appropriate theme "non-communicable diseases"
  2. write 2-3 sentences to give an overview of the page
  3. create link to two different titles and create one heading under each. Then write 3-4 sentences under each heading.

Non-Communicable Diseases /Non-Communicable Diseases