Students will learn about the similarities and differences of the hunger situation in the two different classifications of countries: industrialized nations and developing nations.
- compare and contrast the food situation in different types of countries.
- differentiate between industrialized and developing nations.
- copy of “One planet, two worlds” lesson from Kempf, Stepahine. "Finding Solutions to Hunger." World Hunger Year, 1997. Web.
- small items to represent food
- country signs
- industrialized/developing signs
Kempf, Stepahine. "Finding Solutions to Hunger." World Hunger Year, 1997. Web.
Students are grouped to represent designated areas of the world (either a developing or an industrialized country).
Distribute a symbolic quantity of food according to availability of resources in the area of the world the students are from.
Finish with discussion questions from the lesson.
Students write a reflection based on the activity and discussion.