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Title:Project Food Safety for the Middle Level Science Classroom
Producer:Montana State University Extension Service
Description:Project Safety consists of 3 modules for middle school youth - an 8th grade unit about food irradiation, a 7th grade unit on pesticides, and a 6th grade unit on microbial contamination. The units can be purchased together or separately. The microbial contamination unit contains two laboratory activities along with several reinforcement activities make up this unit's content which probes the subjects of food poisoning, bacteria treatment and prevention, and characteristics of bacteria and bacterial growth. The units were designed to be easily incorporated into the present science curriculum at each grade level. Supplemental videocassettes instruct the teacher on how to prepare and conduct the science experiments. These cassettes are ordered separately from the workbooks.
Topic:Pathogens and Contaminants
Audience:Adolescents
Format/Pub. Year:Curriculum (1993)
Contact Information:
 Montana State University Extension Service
Extension Publications
Rm 115, Culbertson Hall, MSU
Bozeman, MT 59717
Telephone:406-994-3273
Fax:406-994-1756
Email:acxtb@montana.edu
Cost:Free with Restrictions
How To Order:Available through NAL's InterLibrary Loan Program. Request Library Materials
NAL Call Number:For the 6th Grade Unit: TX537.S78 1993
For the 7th Grade Unit: TX571.P4S78 1993
For the 8th Grade Unit: TP371.8.S8 1993
Grant Number:Extension grantee 91-EFSQ-1-4013 and 93-EFSQ- 1-4086

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