Presentation on theme: "2014/2015 Mittersill 22-25/09. In Italy we usually have three main meals during the day: breakfast, lunch and dinner. We also have a break during the."— Presentation transcript:
In Italy we usually have three main meals during the day: breakfast, lunch and dinner. We also have a break during the morning when we are at school and a snack in the afternoon. Our breakfast is generally composed by carbohydrates, fruit, coffee and milk. Our lunch is usually formed by carbohydrates, vegetables, and fruit. For dinner we habitually have soups, meat or fish and vegetables. Generally, for snacks we have sandwiches, sweets and fruits.
The Canossian Institute has been in Treviso since 1843. It was originally born as a masterful institute, where poor girls learned how to become teachers. Later it changed in high school where Maths, Physics and Sciences are mainly taught. Nowadays in our school we can also find elementary, middle classes and vocational training center (CFP).
Our project is based on the questions we asked various students about food and sports. We interviewed boys and girls of the junior and senior high school. Then our class was divided into 4 groups and each group analized the collected data. We asked some questions to 21 females and 16 males of middle school (11-14 years old) and to 42 females and 38 males of high school (15-19 years old). These are the results we have collected…
In this graphic we can see that most of the males between 15 and 19 years old mostly eat four times a day, instead females between 15 and 19 years old usually eat 5 or more times per day. Females and males between 11 and 14 years old usually have 5 or more meals per day.
In this graphic we can see that most of the teenagers have a snack and only few students do not have a snack.
In this graphic we can see that most of the people eat carbohydrates and sweets for snack.
In this graphic we can see that most of the students spend less than 10 euros to buy meals, but there are also some students that spend between 10€ and 20€ and even girls aged 11-14 who spend more than 20€ per week.