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junior high (school) students
thematic teaching program
Abstract The purpose of this study was to understand the level of knowledge, attitudes and behavior of consumer, junior high school students, as well as to develop the food thematic teaching. And, it also investigated the effects of improving consumer knowledge, changing attitudes and behaviors by food thematic teaching. What research method of this study applied was Quasi-Experimental Research Method. Four classes of the second-year students in a junior high school in Taipei city participated in this study. The children of experimental group (n=62) were treated with the ninety-minute session teaching program, “The Food Consuming of Junior High Students”, once per week, while the control group (n=57) was not treated with any educational intervention. The effectiveness of the program was evaluated by analyzing the questionnaires, filled in by the two different groups, one week (posttest) and one month (follow-up test) after completion of the intervention. The results indicated that: (1) The junior high students generally lacked the knowledge. Although the attitudes and behavior of the students had tendency to become more positive, yet they still could be improved. (2) Through the process of the teaching program, there were effective influences on advancing the consuming knowledge and changing the attitudes of the students. Especially as far as the list of consumer rights was concerned, there were significant effects on demanding the basic rights to service, to safety, to redress or remedy, to environmental health, to consumer education, to choice, to information and to voice. (3) As the effects on demanding to meet the basic requirements and the rights to service, the girls were superior to the boys. As demanding the rights to choice, the students living in a middle social-economic status family were superior to those who living in a low social-economic status family. As demanding the rights to requirements and to service, the students in a high social-economic status were superior to those who living in a middle social-economic status.
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