The Senegal Project: A Cultural Foods Unit for Middle School Students

August 2011
Journal of Family & Consumer Sciences;Summer2011, Vol. 103 Issue 3, p35
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the Senegal Project that teaches cultural foods in 8th grade family and consumer sciences (FCS) course. The course offers cooking foods from recipes of several countries including Mexico, Italy, and China. The Senegal Project supports the research methodology including the use of technology, identifying information resources, and note-taking.


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