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WORLD FOOD DAY

October 16

 

Activities to print Lesson plans
Cartoons Maps
Facts Videos
Games Webquests
Interactive activities  

 

(Updated on 16/09/2016)

 


Related pages :

Poverty
The United Nations
Ways of life
World hunger

 



 

 

Facts :

 

  • World Food Day
    "The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations celebrates World Food Day each year on 16 October..."
    1 Origins
    2 Themes
    2.1 Previous themes
    3 Issues for 2006 3.1 Background 3.2 Agricultural growth and hunger 3.3 The investors 3.4 Agribusinesses
    3.5 Promoting profitable partnerships 3.6 Legislation and controls 3.7 Investment climate crucial 3.8 Public goods and law
    4 Events 4.1 Europe 4.2 Africa 4.3 Latin America and the Caribbean 4.4 The Near East
    5 See also
    6 Links

    (Wikipedia)
  • International Alliance Against Hunger
    "On 16 October 2007, FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations) will celebrate World Food Day with the theme The Right to Food."
    (iaahp.net)

 

 

Maps :

 

 

INTERACTIVE activities :

 

 

Activities TO PRINT :

 

 

Lesson plans :

  • UN: Hunger kills 6m children a year - a lesson plan
    with "a news article, listening (MP3 file), communication activities, pair work, discussion, reading and vocabulary exercises."
    (Breaking News English)



Games :

 

Webquests :

  • Do you mind our world ? - a webquest
    "The world is seriously in danger.
    There are many problems that make it every time more and more uncomfortable:
    wars, environmental problems, hunger, inequalities between poor and rich countries, etc.
    So, the president of your country has asked the collaboration of all the children to try to solve these problems..."

    (Isabel Perez)

 

Videos :

 

 

Cartoons :

 

  • North Vs South - (absolutenglish-972)

    "Take a look at the picture
    Identify : - the type of document - the main characters - the main subject.
    Compare the characters, then the situation.
    Do the exercises on the comparative and superlative forms."

 

 

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"The world has enough for man's need, but not for man's greed." ~ Mahatma Ghandi