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The One with the Opera

Aside from your mouth, what else do you eat with?

Consumer behaviour expert Paul talks to the Super Naturals about subliminal messaging and the psychology of shopping. This clip can become a springboard for lessons around persuasive language, a media literacy class around how to be more savvy to marketing spin. or Jonathan and Joseph meet Vera the Vegetable Clairvoyant, who teaches them the value of building up your nutrient reserves like Lego pieces (a particularly good prompt for a conversation around functional eating). Paul West describes his ideal plate, with plenty of different colours and textures.

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The One with the Opera

Yr Level

Learning Area

Curriculum Code
Persuasive Menus
4 5
English
ACELA1493 ACELY1694 ACELA1508 ACELY1704
Transcript The One with the Opera
4 5
English
ACELA1493 ACELY1694 ACELA1508 ACELY1704
The One with the Opera
Persuasive Menus
Yr Level
4 5
Learning Area
English
Curriculum Code
ACELA1493 ACELY1694 ACELA1508 ACELY1704
Transcript The One with the Opera
Yr Level
4 5
Learning Area
English
Curriculum Code
ACELA1493 ACELY1694 ACELA1508 ACELY1704

Factastical #4

Traditional Chinese food is some of the healthiest in the world. That’s because they tend to treat veggies as a meal instead of a side dish.