Students can be distracted by the most irrelevant things that would take their attention, even if it’s temporary, away from the lesson. The smell of certain foods may bother some students, or amplify hunger pangs in other students with no snack. For example, I completely loath the smell of peanut butter, and imagine my horror if someone walks in with a PBN’J sandwich. Also, eating in class can create large messes, with crumbs and rappers everywhere. Not to mention there are many snacks that can cause life-threatening allergic reactions to many kids.
The hottest topic discussed in every school is, “should junk food and candy be served in schools?” And if it is junk it should not be served at any public place. This food is tempting. It tastes good, it’s cheap, and it makes us feel good initially. But its effects can cause various health problems. Junk food companies usually target kids for profit.
Censorship of Books in School Should people be able to deny a student’s freedom to read any book they want to at school? Every time an adult bans a book, children lose the chance to gain knowledge from it. The students’ outlook on the world becomes narrower as they lose access to an insightful piece of literature, and prohibiting books like that limits a students’ access to fantastic literary texts. Book censorship in schools limits the education of minors, and the students’ can’t receive the full knowledge inside. Book banning has a huge negative effect on how students live, at school as well as at home.
Should the parents who set a bad example be blamed? Should the schools which have reduced physical education lessons for having more academic learning be blamed? Should the video games that keep children inside and sitting for a long time be blamed? Should the fast food restaurants and their continuous advertisings which target at children be blamed? All of the above, and even that the whole society should be blamed.
Then, she says that teachers believe they portray such horrific behaviors that are immoral. We live in a world in which school shootings, drugs, and alcohol are rampant; therefore, professors shouldn’t teach those books in the classroom because they don't model good behavior. On the other hand, Omanovic points out in a report called Reading at Risk from the National Endowment for Arts that school districts are banning books. Instead of reading books, they’re more interested in the internet. The reports goes on to say that as more Americans lose an interest in reading the more our nation becomes "less informed, tolerant, and independent-minded."
In the book, Bloom said “it’s easier for today’s children to waste food because they are so removed from its origins.” The reason why we waste food easily is we don’t have the chance to plant, water, or nurse the plants by ourselves, so we don’t know how hard it is to plant and grow the food. After reading this book, I feel so sorry for what I did every day by wasting my food and I have decided to do something better such as ordering less amount of food and take any leftovers home and cook them with other ingredients to make them into new dish, instead of throwing them into the trash can. If we can continue doing this, food wastes can be decreased. Also, we should care about our environment by not tossing the food into the trash because wasting food can negatively impact our environment, which will reduce our natural resources. For
When I went to a buffet recently, I was quite shocked when I saw the amount of food thrown away. The all-you-can-eat concept see customers take more food than they can finish and some customers find it embarrassing to take- away the leftover food as the practice is seen to go against social norms. Food is not just wasted by consumers; it is wasted by food retailers as well. Studies show that about 10% of the fruits and vegetables produced are being thrown away because they look ugly, damaged or less than perfect, even though they are perfectly fine to consume. Not only is wasting food a waste of money, it also harms the environment.
For example, the food marketing companies usually uses the attractive poster about fast food to get the attention of the kids. Moreover, the author also used some kind of emotional language such as he said that banning the junk food is “misguided and ineffective”.He also tried to give more some reasons to demonstrate that food marketing is not a serious matter of childhood obesity. He said the young people prefer using the internet more than watching TV. In addition, the average number of ads also decreased from 18 in 1977 to 13 in 2003, but he was not right about it. In the
P1: Explain Potential Hazards and the Harm that May Arise from Each in a Health & Social Care Setting Potential Hazard | Type of Hazard | How it Might Cause Harm To The Individuals | Toys left in the corridors of the school creating an obstruction. | Hazards from equipment | A child or teacher could fall and trip which could lead to a serious injury, which could then lead to the parents suing the school. | Cafeteria staff not wearing correct clothing such as gloves and hair nets whilst preparing food. | Hazards from infections | This could lead to bacterial infections for both the students and the teachers, which could then lead to the school being closed down. | Syringes not disposed of properly in the school welfare office after being used by the school nurse.
Coming back to dieting, since people are unaware of the genuine and correct techniques of dieting, they often face issues like nutrient deficiencies, electrolyte imbalance, hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) and much more. Besides, dieting also increases the craving and desires to eat junk food after an extended period of dieting. Therefore, such individuals become prey to unhealthy eating habits and kicks the purpose of dieting itself. 3. Ditch the sedentary lifestyle Sitting or staying idle for a prolonged period of time contributes to weight gain too.