We’ll be spending the next few class periods working on organizing our evidence for our persuasive essays. Using all of the evidence we have gathered thus far, use this worksheet to now plot out ALL of the evidence you have for whether the revolution was a success or a failure. DON’T decide on your thesis statement until after this worksheet is filled out!
Use this power point to help guide you in crafting a solid essay – Intro, body paragraphs, and conclusion.
What is Starch:
A naturally abundant nutrient carbohydrate, found chiefly in the seeds, fruits, tubers, roots, and stem pith of plants, notably in corn, potatoes, wheat, and rice, and varying widely in appearance according to source but commonly prepared as a white amorphous tasteless powder.
To me Starch is a white, carbohydrate that is found in fruits, cereals, grains, seeds and especially potatoes. Starch is also used in a lot of foods because, it’s the thing that keeps the food together and from falling apart.
Why is Starch important:
Starch is Sticky. Using its stickiness it keeps the food together. Without the Starch the food would just break apart.
Starch is not only used in foods. It is also used as an adhesive in papermaking companies.
Starch molecules are made of Glucose units. These glucose units give you energy, that means Starch= Strength
Bad effects of Starch:
Starch is kind of like sugar. As a carbohydrate overeating it can be dangerous. Some effects of too much starch include:
That’s pretty much all. Starch has as many negatives as many other carbohydrates.
In conclusion Starch is as good as any other food. It’s our/your choices that make the food healthy or unhealthy.
Job well done, Villains! Thanks for bringing in sacks of Rice and for really dedicating your time and energy to helping out at each of your respective sites! Looking forward to seeing your reflections and hearing all about your experiences!
Check out this reflection done by Cio below! What an awesome recap!