Part 1 Brainstorm an Initial Idea for Teaching and Learning to Addressthe Scenario Above:Here’s the situation: You are a new teacher teaching in a low-income schooldistrict. Many of your students and their families are receiving services suchat Medicaid, food stamps, and are involved in subsidized programs, such as, freeschool breakfasts. In talking with your students you learn that many of them donot have basic knowledge about nutrition, where food comes from or how to goabout buying or preparing healthy food. You also learn that many of yourstudents are quite sedentary; a few are even diabetic. The health situation ofthese children you care about is truly dire! What can you do to not only teach butalso empower your students, their families, and their community for long-termchange in the way they eat, exercises, and cook? You’re only one health teacherwith limited resources, and at the moment, no extra funding.But you are not discouraged because education is empowering! You want tocreate a lesson plan or program to meet some of the standards set forth in yourtextbook (pages 175, 178, and 182). You want to create a lesson plan or programto raise awareness and build solid health skills and knowledge — but you alsoknow you cannot do this alone. You cannot do it all without funding, and moreimportantly, without the support of school staff, parents, and other communityleaders (page 176-177). You also know there will health and safety concernswhich may have to be addressed — what might these be?For this first part of the DB, I want you to brainstorm out your best idea(s) for how tosolve and address the challenges described in the scenario above.1.Create a learning goal statement to address all of the following: healthy nutrition,preparing food, exercise. (1-3 sentences — keep it brief). The learning goal should describewhat students will be able to know, do, and understand at the end of the learning program.The statement should also include a brief statement saying how this learning goal meetshealth education standards.2.Describe how you will know if the goal(s) of your learning statement has been met. Inother words, how will the learning be assessed? How will you know if the students actuallycan do, know or understand what you wanted them accomplish?3.Describe how you would create a program — with no budget — to achieve the learninggoal, AND how you would involve parents, school staff, and other members of thecommunity to contribute to or be a part of this program.4.List a minimum of 3 concerns which might be raised by either parents or school staffregarding your plan, and how you would address these 3 concerns.