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Food preparation techniques : slice, dice and roll

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Corporate Author
Learning Seed
Date Published
2010
Material Type
kit - hanging
Call Number
NU 135
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Corporate Author
Learning Seed
Location
Chicago, IL
Publisher
Learning Seed
Date Published
2010
Physical Description
Kit which includes: 1 DVD (29:00 minutes); 1 facilitator's guide (14 p.)
Series
In the kitchen
Subject
Food preparation
Food skills
Cooking
Abstract
How do we change whole foods into foods ready to cook or eat? Learn techniques to grate, peel, scoop and shred to help prepare different foods. Realize how different methods of mixing food involve strength while others require finesse. See how to prepare meat and vegetables for a variety of cooking methods by basting, breading, brushing, dredging and marinating them.
Notes
Suitable for use with ages 14 to adult
ISBN
1-55740-564-6
Material Type
kit - hanging
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Call Number
NU 135
Collection
Teaching Collection
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Jump into foods & fitness

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Corporate Author
Michigan State University Extension
Date Published
2006
Material Type
Book
Call Number
NU 102
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Corporate Author
Michigan State University Extension
Location
East Lansing, MI
Publisher
Michigan State University
Date Published
2006
Physical Description
151 : ill.
Subject
Healthy lifestyles
Physical activity
Nutrition
Out- of school- programs
Abstract
JIFF is designed for adult and teen volunteers, parents, professionals and others to use in working with children aged 8 - 11 to help them develop healthier lifestyles that will improve their overall health. Learning activities that are designed for use in nonformal educational settings are included.
Notes
Suitable for use in grades 3 - 5; ages 8 - 11 (can be adapted for ages 5 - 7 or 12 years and up)
Material Type
Book
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Call Number
NU 102
Collection
Teaching Collection

Copies

copy 1 Thunder Bay Available for loan On Loan, due Friday, June 14, 2019
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Corporate Author
CBC Learning
Date Published
2005
Material Type
videodisc
Call Number
HV 5822 DAR
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Corporate Author
CBC Learning
Location
Toronto On
Publisher
The Fifth Estate
Date Published
2005
Physical Description
1 videodisc (40:57 minutes)
Subject
Methamphetamine abuse
Methamphetamine
Abstract
Exploring the dark experiences of methamphetamine addicts, journalist Gillian
Findlay digs into the scarred lives of three young people - a reformed addict
with a bright future, a 16-year-old girl struggling in rehab, and a man who
cannot let go of the drug. Findlay takes the viewer on a voyage into the shady
corners of a small town wracked by crystal meth - cheap, easily produced and
coursing through the veins of communities across western Canada. Witness the
lengths to which one parent goes to save her daughter and discover a new,
controversial rehabilitation technique that's winning converts
Notes
Appropriate for:
Grades 6-12
Material Type
videodisc
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Call Number
HV 5822 DAR
Collection
Teaching Collection

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copy 1 Thunder Bay Available for loan On Loan, due Tuesday, September 5, 2017
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It's a girl's world : A documentary about social bullying

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Author
Kennedy, Paul
Glazier, Lynn
Corporate Author
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Date Published
2004
Material Type
DVD
Call Number
BF 637.B85 I84
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Author
Kennedy, Paul
Glazier, Lynn
Corporate Author
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Location
Toronto On
Publisher
CBC Ideas Transcripts
Date Published
2004
Physical Description
3 sound discs (ca. 180 min.) : digital
Subject
Adolescence
Teens
Abstract
What does the social world of girls look like? At first glance, it's about sharing secrets, giggling over boys and carefree fun. But lurking underneath this facade of niceness is a hidden culture of nastiness that pits one friend against another. Lynn Glazier examines the tumultuous nature of female relationships from girlhood to adulthood; from the playground to the office .
Part I:
Social aggression in girls is now being studied for the first time after decades of research on physical bullying among boys. Research conducted around the world shows that girls everywhere are motivated to use their closest relationships as weapons, regardless of class, race or family background. Why do girls resort to covert tactics like shunning, exclusion, eye rolling and rumour mongering to win and keep their place in the social hierarchy? Through insightful commentary from leading North American experts and an insiders view into the workings of a clique of ten-year-old girls, the foundation of the hidden culture of aggression in girls and hopes to combat it through challenging societal attitudes are explored.
Part II:
What are the costs when society insists that “catty” behaviour is normal, natural and expected from girls? Fourteen-year-old Dawn-Marie Wesley paid the ultimate price when she killed herself to escape the persistent social torment of her friends. She named 3 girls in her suicide note resulting in criminal charges and a precedent setting court case. This is a cautionary tale for every player in a social dynamic that can easily spiral out of control. Through exclusive interviews with Dawn-Marie’s family, closest friends and one girl convicted of criminally harassing her, a startlingly complex picture of denial, blame, guilt and a continuing struggle to heal emerges.
Part III:
New evidence suggests that women pack up their social baggage from childhood and tote it to the office with their briefcases. Professional relationships among women at work are mired in the same dynamics that propelled them into hurtful behaviours in their younger years. Now the stakes are higher – their career is on the line. More than that, the male -dominated organizational structures of the workplace may actually foster resentment, cut-throat competition and power struggles among female bosses and their employees. After four decades of feminist efforts and hard won parity with men, a woman’s success may well come at the expense of her own sex.
ISBN
0660193086
Material Type
DVD
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Call Number
BF 637.B85 I84
Collection
Teaching Collection

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TBDHU library 1 copy Thunder Bay Available for loan On Loan, due Friday, July 5, 2019
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Author
Kenner, Robert
Date Published
2008
Material Type
videodisc
Call Number
NU 140 FOO
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Alternate Title
Les alimenteurs
Author
Kenner, Robert
Location
Los Angeles, CA
Publisher
Magnolia Home Entertainment
Date Published
2008
Physical Description
1 DVD (94 minutes)
Subject
Food prices--United States
Produce trade--United States
Foodborne diseases--United States--Personal narratives
Agriculture--United States
Agriculture--Environmental aspects
Agriculture--Economic aspects--United States
Agricultural processing--Quality control
Agricultural industries--United States
Product safety--United States
Product recall--United States
Food adulteration and inspection--United States
Food handling--United States
Meat industry and trade--United States
Dairy products industry--United States
Cereal products industry--United States
Food industry and trade--Quality control
Food industry and trade--United States
Notes
Food, Inc. lifts the veil on our nation's food industry, exposing how our nation's food supply is now controlled by a handful of corporations that often put profits ahead of consumer health, the livelihood of the American farmer, the safety of workers and our own environment. Reveals surprising - and often shocking truths - about what we eat, how it's produced and who we have become as a nation.
ISBN
065935829669
Language
English
French
Material Type
videodisc
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Call Number
NU 140 FOO
Collection
Teaching Collection

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copy 1 Thunder Bay Available for loan. On Loan, due Friday, June 14, 2019
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Material Type
game
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Physical Description
Kit includes:
1) large carrying case
2) Plinko board
3) Two(2) chips
4) Nutrition Plinko Materials (master question list, image headers)
Abstract
Plinko board can be adapted for use with tobacco prevention, nutrition education, stress, and wellness.
Language
English
Material Type
game
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Collection
Teaching Collection

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copy 1 - Staff Use only Thunder Bay On Loan, due Thursday, February 13, 2020
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Sexual Health Kit

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Author
Lifestyles
Date Published
2003
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Alternate Title
Lifestyles condoms
Author
Lifestyles
Publisher
Ansell
Date Published
2003
Physical Description
Kit Includes:
1) Action guidebook - English
2) Action guidebook - French
3) "Choosing a Contraceptive That's Right for You" manual
6) sample contraceptives (condoms, birth control pills, Plan B, depo-provera, IUD)
7) wooden phallus
Language
English
French
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Collection
Teaching Collection

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copy 1 - staff & external use Thunder Bay On Loan, due Thursday, January 30, 2020
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Start early : oral health care for children ages 0-3

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Corporate Author
Thunder Bay District Health Unit
Date Published
2019
Material Type
kit
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Alternate Title
Dental Health Kit
Early years
Corporate Author
Thunder Bay District Health Unit
Location
Thunder Bay, ON
Date Published
2019
Physical Description
1. large black rolling bag
2. Early Years Manual
3. Early years flip chart
4. Early years kit with 20 tags
5. Progression of baby bottle decay model
6. Dentition development study model
7. Large Nissin primary dentition model
8. Large tooth brush
9. Alligator puppet with toothbrush
10. Velcro pieces (6 eyes, 3 sugar bugs, 6 chocolate pieces, 1 toothbrush)
11. Pieces in pouch (3 loose candy pieces, 1 large toothbrush, 1 biscuit)
Subject
Health Promotion
Dental health education
Language
English
Material Type
kit
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Collection
Teaching Collection

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copy 1 - available for loan by staff, EarlyON centres Thunder Bay On Loan, due Monday, April 27, 2020
copy 2 - available for loan by staff, EarlyON centres Thunder Bay On Loan, due Thursday, February 20, 2020
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Everybody is a somebody : facilitators guide. An active learning program to promote healthy body image, positive self-esteem, healthy eating and an active lifestyle for female adolescents

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Date Published
2004
Material Type
Book
Call Number
BF 697 EVE
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Location
Brampton, ON
Publisher
Body Image Coalition of Peel
Date Published
2004
Physical Description
233 p. ; 6 chapters ;
Includes sample copies of suggested pamphlets ;
Order form for additional copies of the manual are inside
Subject
Eating disorders
Body image
Body image in adolescence
Self esteem
Self-perception in girls
Abstract
A facilitators guide to promoting healthy eating and positive body image in adolescents girls. Suitable for teachers, guidance counselors,nurses, etc. working with individuals or groups.
Notes
Audience : females ages 12 and up
Handouts : Iron - other natures own invigorating tonic (N-30)
The vegetarian edge (booklet)
Appetite for good health
Canada's Food guide
Material Type
Book
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Call Number
BF 697 EVE
Collection
Teaching Collection

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Connections : relationships and marriage. Student workbook

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Author
Kamper, Charlene R.
Date Published
1996
Material Type
kit
Call Number
HM 132 CON
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Author
Kamper, Charlene R.
Location
Berkeley, CA
Publisher
The Dibble Fund for Marriage Education
Date Published
1996
Physical Description
Kit which includes 1 student workbook, 52 p. + 15 chapter curriculum with overheads
Series
Interpersonal Relationship series for Secondary students
Subject
Interpersonal relations
Marriage
Abstract
A curriculum designed to help teachers guide students in developing the skills necessary for establishing sound interpersonal relationships.
The curriculum has been written in four sections: I - Personality; II Relationships; III - Communication and IV Marriage. Each of the sections can be taught separately when integrated with other subject areas of they may be taught in sequence as a stand-alone three week unit.
This resource provides students with the knowledge and skills to encourage and promote personal growth and positive interpersonal relationships.
Notes
Suitable for adolescents
ISBN
0-9652427-2-2
Material Type
kit
Health Unit
Thunder Bay
Call Number
HM 132 CON
Collection
Teaching Collection

Copies

copy 1 Thunder Bay Available for loan with permission of department Available
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