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5210 Oneonta Middle School

Morgan Lindsay & Kerianne Hofsiss, Dietetics Students


nn nger , fter School !rogra" Director
Mary nn Do#dell, !h$D$, %$D$, &D' (aculty d)isor
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Methods,
To evaluate the needs of the Oneonta Middle School Children,
students were given surveys on the topics of physical activity and
sugary beverage consumption 2 weeks before the lessons were
taught to them.
The secondary assessment tool used was the after school program
director was given a list of ! open ended "uestions pertaining to
the topics being addressed by #2$ to better understand the
knowledge level of the students participating as well as the
constraints of the facility.
%esults%
&s a result of the survey distributed to the middle school students,
'() of the students play a sport, *() believe that hour of
physical activity per day is needed to maintain health, and!!)
participate in atleast hour of physical activity per day. $$) of
students do not drink soda everyday, however *$) reported that
they drink +uice everyday. $$) of students drink water everyday
and (!) believe that soda beverages contain the most sugar
among the choices of soda, iced tea, milk, or sports drinks.
Overall, the students were sufficiently educated on the topics of
physical activity and sugary beverage consumption.
&O'&L-S.O'
,n conclusion, the outcome ob+ectives and goals set for this program
were reached and students seamed to respond and e-cell when it
came to participation and retention of information provided. .udging
from the response students had after the lessons, participants en+oyed
hands on activities to keep everyone engaged and involved.
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31 Hour of !hysical cti)ity !er Day4,
/ /oals% The goals of this lesson are that the students will learn the
importance of physical activity and its health benefits.
/ Outco"e O56ecti)es%
/ 0y the end of the lesson, 1$) of students will be able to
identify that hour or more of physical activity per day is
necessary.
/ 0y the end of the lesson,$$) of students will be able to
identify 2 types of physical activity.
/ 0y the end of the lesson, 1$) of students will be able to
identify 2 benefits of physical activity.
30 Sugary 0e)erages4,
/ /oals% The goal of this lesson is that the students will learn the
high sugar contents of many beverages and how to make
healthier choices.
/ Outco"e O56ecti)es,
/ (#) of students will be able to read labels and identify
serving si2es and amount of sugar per serving.
/ 1$) of students will be able to accurately arrange
beverages from lowest sugar to highest sugar with at
least ($) 3# out of (4
/ 1$) of students will 5be able to name 2 different negative
outcomes that drinking sugary beverages have on
health.6
D.S&-SS.O'

Originally we were warned that students of middle school age do
not like to participate and may not be intrigued, we were pleasantly
surprised by the amount of active participation in both lessons. &lso,
shown in the outcome results, many of the students, if not all,
retained the information taught to them. This shows that not only
was the lesson fun for the students but educational as well. The
distribution of pri2es at the end of both lessons was a successful
incentive for students to participate as well.
Outco"e %esults 3 0 Sugary 0e)erages4
0ased on final "ui2 answers 3actual outcome4 compared to outcome
ob+ectives 3e-pected outcome4
7. Students had to identify grams of sugar on a provided nutrition label
72. Students ranked provided beverages in order of increasing sugar
7!. 8ist 2 negative outcomes of drinking sugary beverages
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3 1 Hour of !hysical cti)ity !er Day4
The lesson began with students volunteering to come to the
front of the class and fill in missing components on a poster. The
poster asked ! "uestions%
. 9hich of the following do you think is considered physical
activity: 9ith a list of choices for students to chose from
3students answered correctly4.
2. ;ow much time should be spent doing physical activity per
day: Students were provided a list of choices 3only one
correct answer< students answered correctly4.
!. 8ist # health benefits of physical activity. 3Students were
able to list * health benefits4
=ollowing the beginning warm up, a lesson was conducted
lecture style focusing on the ! outcome ob+ectives established.
8astly, students participated in a relay race that incorporated
physical activity 3skipping, hopping, and +ump roping4 as well as
educational material where students must answer "uestions based
on the ob+ectives in order to advance to the ne-t station of the
relay race. & final "ui2 was distributed addressing the ! outcome
ob+ectives and the results are shown in the following chart.
Outco"e %esults 31 Hour of !hysical cti)ity !er Day4
0ased on final "ui2 answers 3actual outcome4 compared to outcome
ob+ectives 3e-pected outcome4
7%;ow much time of physical activity is necessary per day:
72. 8ist 2 types of physical activity.
7!. 8ist 2 health benefits of physical activity
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30 Sugary 0e)erages4
The lesson began with an introductory lesson where students
were asked to share some of their favorite beverages. They
were than asked to come up and place si- different beverages
behind sugar cubes to guess which drinks contained the most
sugar. &fter , showed them the correct order and discussed
some of the negative health impacts associated with drinking
sugary beverages
>e-t the students were asked to pour themselves a glass of
orange +uice to test their knowledge on serving si2es. &fter ,
poured an 1o2 glass so they could compare the two. They then
were educated on how to properly read labels and calculate
grams of sugar per serving and per bottle.
& two "uestion "ui2 was given at the end of the lesson to
assess their knowledge. One "uestion regarding negative
health impacts and the other on reading labels.