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Plan

Collect

Process

Discuss

What’s inyour bowl?

types of cereal
Types of cereal

Plan

Collect

Process

Discuss

What’s in your bowl?

How many breakfasts can you name that contain..

Rice

Corn

Wheat

Oats

diet concerns
Diet concerns

Plan

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Process

Discuss

What’s in your bowl?

Breakfast is really important!Just think - when you wake up in the morning, your last meal was probably more than 10 hours ago!

American doctors claim eating breakfast is the secret to staying healthy. They say skipping the first meal of the day increases the chances of becoming obese or developing diabetes.

American doctors claim eating breakfast is the secret to staying healthy.

quick head count

Plan

Quick head count

Collect

Process

Discuss

What’s in your bowl?

Cereals are the most popular breakfast in the UK.

What percentage of your class have breakfast cereal in the cupboard at home?

What is the average number of cereal packets that your class has at home?

What proportion of your class ate breakfast this morning?

example statistics

Plan

Example statistics

Collect

Process

Discuss

Specifying the Problem

What’s in your bowl?

Cereals are the most popular breakfast in the UK – 98% of households buy breakfast cereals.

On average, each household has 5 packets of cereal (either opened or unopened) in the cupboards.

Yet 1 in 5 children are skipping breakfast and going to school on an empty stomach!

How does your class compare?

current concerns
Current concerns

Plan

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What’s in your bowl?

It’s not just eating breakfast that’s important … what’s in your breakfast – the nutritional content of cereals is important too Lots of doctors and dieticians are worried about what’s in cereals that are popular with children.

It’s not just eating breakfast that’s important … what’s in your breakfast– the nutritional content of cereal is important too.

It’s not just eating breakfast that’s important… what’s in your breakfast

Which cereals are most popular with children?

What might doctors and dieticians be worried about?

What do you think these cereals contain ‘toomuch’ or ‘toolittle’ of?

typical contents of cereals
Typical contents of cereals

Plan

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Process

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What’s in your bowl?

Parts of a breakfast cereal

Fibre (Bran)

Salt

Sugar*

Protein

Fat

*Carbohydrates

General term for all types of sugar (including starch) found in wheat, oats, rice and corn.

labels on cereals

Plan

Labels on cereals

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Process

Discuss

Human proportions

What’s in your bowl?

Parts of a breakfast cereal

Boxes always have info for 100g portions.

Can you judge if the amount of salt, sugar or fibre is enough or too little/much from just this label?

A new set of labels has been designed to help….

traffic light system
Traffic Light System

Plan

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What’s in your bowl?

TrafficLightSystem

Salt per 100g

Bad

Good

>1¼g

<¼g

¼ to 1¼g

Sugar per 100g

<2g

2 to 10g

>10g

Fibre per 100g

>6g

<3g

3 to 6g

some issues for the system
Some issues for the system

Plan

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Process

Discuss

What’s in your bowl?

Using the TrafficLightSystem

Traffic Light labelling is currently a possible system. If it were to be used how many cereals would score well and how many badly?

Would it help people to make healthy choices?

Is there really that much difference between cereals?

To look at some of these issues we will use the Problem Solving Approach…

problem solving approach

Plan

Problem Solving Approach

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Process

Discuss

We report back what we found – and compare it to what we expected.

First we decide what problem to solve and what data we need

First we decide what problem to solve and what

Plan

Discuss

Collect

Process

Then we examine our data and make it easier to understand.

Then we collect suitable data.

a choice of problems
A choice of problems

Collect

Process

Discuss

By type

By popularity

Plan

What’s in your bowl?

Which cereals do you want to investigate?

A particular type of cereal

The most popular cereals

e.g. rice-based

which data
Which data?

Process

Discuss

Plan

Collect

What’s in your bowl?

Which data should we collect?

How big a sample should we take?

psa cycle

Plan

PSA cycle

Collect

Process

Discuss

The Problem Solving Approach

Plan

Discuss

Collect

Process

example data set
Example data set

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Type

Sugars (g)

Salt (g)

Fibre (g)

Cereal

Oats/Rice

Corn/Wheat

Per 100g

Per 100g

Per 100g

Collect

What’s in your bowl?

psa cycle16

Plan

PSA cycle

Collect

Process

Discuss

The Problem Solving Approach

Plan

Discuss

Collect

Process

labels from chocolate cereals
Labels from chocolate cereals

Plan

Collect

Discuss

Choco Flakes

Choco snaps

Coco Pops

Chocolate Frosties

Chocolate Minis

Special K Choco

Choco Flakes

Chocolate Hoops

Choco Hoops

Choco Crackles

Choco Flakes

Choc & Nut Crisp

Kellogg’s

Kellogg’s

Asda

Tesco

Sainsbury’s

Weetabix

Asda

Morrisons

Kellogg’s

Co-op

Kellogg’s

Kellogg’s

Calories (kcal)

Calories (kcal)

Calories (kcal)

Calories (kcal)

Calories (kcal)

Calories (kcal)

Calories (kcal)

Calories (kcal)

Calories (kcal)

Calories (kcal)

Calories (kcal)

Calories (kcal)

385.0

462.0

385.0

462.0

370.0

385.0

385.0

370.0

385.0

385.0

385.0

385.0

Carbohydrate (g)

Carbohydrate (g)

Carbohydrate (g)

Carbohydrate (g)

Carbohydrate (g)

Carbohydrate (g)

Carbohydrate (g)

Carbohydrate (g)

Carbohydrate (g)

Carbohydrate (g)

Carbohydrate (g)

Carbohydrate (g)

85.4

79.0

79.0

79.0

62.5

79.0

79.0

79.0

79.0

79.0

85.4

62.5

Sugars (g)

Sugars (g)

Sugars (g)

Sugars (g)

Sugars (g)

Sugars (g)

Sugars (g)

Sugars (g)

Sugars (g)

Sugars (g)

Sugars (g)

Sugars (g)

37.0

37.0

37.0

37.0

37.0

37.0

37.0

37.0

No Data

No Data

No Data

No Data

Protein (g)

Protein (g)

Protein (g)

Protein (g)

Protein (g)

Protein (g)

Protein (g)

Protein (g)

Protein (g)

Protein (g)

Protein (g)

Protein (g)

8.3

7.0

7.0

7.0

7.0

7.0

7.0

5.5

5.5

7.0

7.0

8.3

0.7

0.7

19.9

4.5

4.5

4.5

19.9

4.5

4.5

4.5

4.5

4.5

Fat (g)

Fat (g)

Fat (g)

Fat (g)

Fat (g)

Fat (g)

Fat (g)

Fat (g)

Fat (g)

Fat (g)

Fat (g)

Fat (g)

3.0

3.0

4.0

4.8

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.8

4.0

Fibre (g)

Fibre (g)

Fibre (g)

Fibre (g)

Fibre (g)

Fibre (g)

Fibre (g)

Fibre (g)

Fibre (g)

Fibre (g)

Fibre (g)

Fibre (g)

0.2

0.2

0.2

0.2

0.2

No Data

No Data

No Data

No Data

0.2

0.2

0.2

Sodium (g)

Sodium (g)

Sodium (g)

Sodium (g)

Sodium (g)

Sodium (g)

Sodium (g)

Sodium (g)

Sodium (g)

Sodium (g)

Sodium (g)

Sodium (g)

Process

What’s in your bowl?

Here are some labels that were collected from chocolate flavoured cereals:

Let’s look at the how much fibre is found in each cereal.

alphabetical order

Plan

Alphabetical order

Collect

Discuss

Process

What’s in your bowl?

Fibre (g) found in 100g of cereal

This is in alphabetical order. What order is more useful?

numerical order

Plan

Numerical order

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Discuss

Process

What’s in your bowl?

Max = 20.7

Median

Range

= 18.8

Min = 1.9

What information can we get from this list straight away?

graphical representation

Plan

Graphical Representation

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Discuss

>6g

3 to 6g

<3g

<3g

>6g

3 to 6g

Process

What’s in your bowl?

>6g

3 to 6g

<3g

How well do these cereals score on the traffic light system?

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PSA cycle

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Process

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The Problem Solving Approach

Plan

Discuss

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Process

choice of discussions

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Choice of discussions

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By type

By popularity

Discuss

What’s in your bowl?

Which cereals did you investigate?

A particular type of cereal

The most popular cereals

e.g. rice-based

psa cycle23

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PSA cycle

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The Problem Solving Approach

You can build on the first try by continuing here...

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Have you got all the evidence you want?

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