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High quality Food, DT and Art & Design resources with the teacher and students in mind! With great colleague feedback and engaged students. Structured lessons which include reliable subject knowledge and all printables to make that superb complete lesson, assessment resources to help prepare for the coursework and exam; cover lessons that are fun and engaging. Download to experience high quality resources everytime, taking precious time off your workload!
Factors Affecting Food Choices
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Factors Affecting Food Choices

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This PPT focusing on Factors that affect Food choices. This double lesson focuses on Personal, Social and Economic reasons for Food choices and suitable for KS4 students studying Food and other cross-curricular subjects with this topic in mind. The aims of the lesson are: To identify personal factors that affect food choices. To identify how our senses influence us to make food choices. To plan a snack and main meal for a family to meet their personal, social and economic needs. The PPT slides are colourful and the reliable content is presented clearly. The lesson is structured with starter, main and plenary and helps students to learn through the use of a video, questions with answers, meal planning and costings task. You may find this lesson helpful Factors affecting Food Choices - Religion & Culture Take a look at other great resources by MrsB: Teach with MrsB shop Art Worksheets Bundle Food 100 Mark Mock Paper Food Lessons, NEA, Exam Prep Bundle DT Lesson Bundle Enjoy Mrs B
Food Preparation and Nutrition
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Food Preparation and Nutrition

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Here you have a LARGE bundle of resources covering a variety of food topics and suitable for KS4 students studying food. The resources in this bundle are whole food lessons, NEA 1 & NEA 2 guidance and a food tracker. The whole lessons and structured with Starter, Main and Plenary with targetted Learning Objectives. A Food Tracker is presented as a booklet. It identifies all the topics students need to obtain before their final written exam. NEA 1 & 2 workbooks, guidance booklets and a Practical Exam Guidance PowerPoint will supports students throughout their coursework completion. These resource are clearly presented and include reliable subject knowledge. Students can approach learning via reliable content, videos, fact sheets, worksheets, recipes, readiness charts, assessment criteria and class discussions. Answers are also provided where necessary. You may also find this resource handy: Teach with MrsB shop Art Worksheets Bundle D&T Worksheets Bundle Food 100 Mark Mock Paper DT Lesson Bundle Enjoy Mrs B (This price takes into consideration no fee for the other exam board - as you will not be needing it! Only one lot of NEA 1 & NEA 2 exam board resources have been charged e.g AQA or EDUQAS)
Nutrients at different life stages
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Nutrients at different life stages

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This lesson focuses on the ‘Nutrients at different life stages’ and is suitable for KS3, KS4 and 11 students. This complete whole lesson can be delivered by a specialist or non-specialist as part of a cover lesson (as all tasks are clear with printables and answers). The lesson includes: Starter - Questioning student existing knowledge of the nutrients required at each life stage - answers included. Main - Watching a video & answering questions on nutrients (question sheet and answers included), PPT slides dedicated to the 6 life stages (including pregnancy), task for students to plan a daily diary with a fact sheet included for students to refer to - the fact sheet includes cooking abilities and a stretch and challenege task. You will find 2 task sheets here - they are differentiated - one for higher ability and the other for lower ability. Plenary - Discuss a question based upon a particular lifestage. Duration: 1 hour Take a look at other great resources by MrsB: Teach with MrsB shop Art Worksheets Bundle D&T Worksheets Bundle Food 100 Mark Mock Paper Food Lessons, NEA, Exam Prep Bundle DT Lesson Bundle Enjoy Mrs B
Typography
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Typography

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This Typography: Display Fonts worksheet is suited for KS3, KS4 and GCSE students. This worksheet can be delivered by a specialist or non-specialist as part of a cover lesson. The tasks focus on sketching a range of different display fonts. Followed by sketching the student’s school name using a Typography font of their choice. It includes all tasks and printables. The worksheet is easy to follow. Key information has been provided to give the student knowledge of the subject. The following tasks are included: Task 1: Replicate the typefaces in the boxes provided below. Using a pencil lightly mark out the letter. Take notice of the curves or the straight lines of each. Take pride in your work. Task 2: Write the name of your school using a Sans-Serif or Serif font. Example fonts have been provided below. Duration: 2 hours+ Take a look at other great resources by MrsB: Teach with MrsB shop Art Worksheets Bundle D&T Worksheets Bundle Food 100 Mark Mock Paper Food Lessons, NEA, Exam Prep Bundle DT Lesson Bundle Enjoy Mrs B
Protein
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The two lessons focus on Proteins needed in our diet and is suitable for KS3, KS4 and 11 students. These complete whole lesson can be delivered by a specialist or non-specialist as part of a cover lesson (as all tasks are clear with printables and answers). The lessons have been designed for a food lesson, but is also suited for PE, Health and Science. The lessons includes: Lesson 1 - theory -Why bodies need protein -Examples of protein food sources -Investigates the structure of a protein -How the properties of proteins change when they are cooked There is also a practical task for students to complete in groups - the list of stationary materials are included. Students are asked to recreate a chain of amino acids and peptide bonds using string, card etc. I have included this as a task for differentiation and to create a more practical environment for the learnings to grasp the information using an alternative method - “doing” Students are also asked to create a mind map referring to a hand out which in also included They will then finally answer an exam question based upon cooking of an egg white protein. Lesson 2 – Theory exploring dietary referance values of proteins • Investigating biological values - LBV, HBV and protein complementation foods - clear revision material • How too much/too little protein is a problem in a diet • Alternative proteins • Walking talking mock questions - including 4 questions for the students to answer related to protein and full answers for the teacher to talk through/mark This PPT includes subject knowledge influenced by the Eduqas Food, Preparation and Nutrition revision guide so is reliable. Also suited for other exam boards. It is colourful and includes all a teacher needs for a whole lesson. You might be interested in purchasing this lesson as part of a bundle, the link is provided here: Nutrients lessons x10 BUNDLE
Factors affecting Food Choices: Religion
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Factors affecting Food Choices: Religion

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This PPT focusing on Factors that affect Food choices. This lesson focuses on Religion & Cultural Factors which affect Food choices and is suitable for KS4 students studying Food and other cross-curricular subjects with this topic in mind. The aims of the lesson are: To identify foods which are allowed and prohibited based upon religious factors. To research those foods chosen at religious celebrations and cultural food traditions. To Discuss the factors that religion can have on food choices in different cultures. The PPT slides are colourful and the reliable content is presented clearly. The lesson is structured with starter, main and plenary and helps students to learn through the use of a video, double sided fact sheet and worksheet. You may also find this resource beneficial: Factors affecting Food Choices - Personal, Social & Economical Take a look at other great resources by MrsB: Teach with MrsB shop Art Worksheets Bundle Food 100 Mark Mock Paper Food Lessons, NEA, Exam Prep Bundle DT Lesson Bundle Enjoy Mrs B
Trainer Design
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Trainer Design

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This Trainer Design worksheet is suited for KS3, KS4 and GCSE students. This worksheet can be delivered by a specialist or non-specialist as part of a cover lesson. The tasks focus on Designing a trainer for Nike’s summer range . It includes all tasks and printables. The worksheet is easy to follow. Key information has been provided to give the student knowledge of the subject. The following tasks are included: Sketch and design a new Trainer for Nike. You have been provided with examples of their existing products to inspire you. Firstly, identify your target audience - will it be for women or men? Your design must include the Nike logo and be appealing to the eye – they want customers to be “WOW-ED”. Duration: 1 hours+ Take a look at other great resources by MrsB: Teach with MrsB shop Art Worksheets Bundle D&T Worksheets Bundle Food 100 Mark Mock Paper Food Lessons, NEA, Exam Prep Bundle DT Lesson Bundle Enjoy Mrs B
Nutrients lessons x10
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Nutrients lessons x10

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These ten lessons focus on Nutrients including Protein, Carbohydrates, Fibre and Water, Vitamins, Minerals and Fats. They are suitable for KS4 students studying food. These lesson have been created for food lessons but they can also be delivered in PE, Nutrition, Health and Science to cover the Nutritional elements of the course. This complete whole lesson can be delivered by a specialist or non-specialist as part of a cover lesson (as all tasks are clear with printables and answers). I have attached a huge amount of detail listing each lessons content. Please read the information for each below, or view the information by clicking on the resource attached to this bundle individually. The lessons include: Proteins x2 lessons - Lesson 1 - theory -Why bodies need protein -Examples of protein food sources -Investigates the structure of a protein -How the properties of proteins change when they are cooked • There is also a practical task for students to complete in groups - the list of stationary materials are included. Students are asked to recreate a chain of amino acids and peptide bonds using string, card etc. I have included this as a task for differentiation and to create a more practical environment for the learnings to grasp the information using an alternative method - “doing” • Students are also asked to create a mind map referring to a hand out which in also included • They will then finally answer an exam question based upon cooking of an egg white protein. Lesson 2 – Theory • exploring dietary reference values of proteins • Investigating biological values - LBV, HBV and protein complementation foods - clear revision material • How too much/too little protein is a problem in a diet • Alternative proteins • Walking talking mock questions - including 4 questions for the students to answer related to protein and full answers for the teacher to talk through/mark This PPT includes subject knowledge influenced by the Eduqas Food, Preparation and Nutrition revision guide so is reliable. Also suited for other exam boards. It is colourful and includes all a teacher needs for a whole lesson. ONLY THEORY NO PRACTICALS INCLUDED Fats- Lesson 1: • To identify why our bodies need fats and which fats are healthier. • To investigate the structure of a fatty acid chain and the changing properties of proteins when cooking is introduced. Explores: • Excess and deficiency of Fats • Saturated and unsaturated fats (Task sheet provided) Lesson 2: • To identify omega-3 & 6 foods types and why our body needs them. • To investigate the impact fats has on our health; and name foods which should be reduced/encouraged. Explores: • Transfats • (Task - Fat comprehension task with answer sheet) This resource is easy for students to access - full of colour, reliable subject content and engaging. Carbohydrates x3 Lessons- Lesson 1: To name the two main types of carbohydrates by identify some food types and nutritional benefits/problems. To investigate the structure of carbohydrates by naming the molecules which make them. To design a daily meal plan, reducing high GI foods by replacing them with healthier alternatives. Explores: Simple and complex carbs (food science terminology too) Glycaemic index - meal planning - task sheet provided Lesson 2: To name the 4 factors which can affect a person’s BMR. To identify the 3 main energy sources our bodies require; by stating the percentage and benefits. To investigate traffic light labelling when analysing nutritional information of carbohydrate food products. Explores: Food labelling task provided (Very detailed with photographic reference) Macronutrient energy percentage pie chart - task sheet provided Lesson 3: Computer room revision/comprehension task on ‘Nutrition and Personal Hygiene’ - Clear information provided with reliable link for student to follow. Extension: Student to complete a mini test on the topic vitamins - The lesson contains 19 slides covering: Fat-soluble Vitamins Water-Soluble Vitamins Preserving vitamins when cooking Fruit and Vegetables Video reflecting on the goverment guidelines for a healthy balanced diet (this has been included to support the importance of a healthy diet and the use of taking/not taking Multi-vitamin suppliments. The lesson includes 4 tasks; Grouping sources of food to Fat-Soluble Vitamins Identifying the source, function and health problems associated with many water-soluble vitamins. The names of each vitamin is clearly labelled. Students are provided hand outs to assist. Video and answer Discussion on preserving vitamins when cooking. Minerals - x1 theory lesson - 19 slides - lots of time saved on your part, in such a busy teaching world! This PPT covers the topic of Minerals. (theory only) It introduces students to the 4 minerals needed by the body and the 2 trace minerals. The PPT is very colourful, is full of subject specific reliable information and students can access it easily. The PPT includes: A sorting activity - all of the resource handouts are provided with answers. The resources are differentiated for the Lower ability students. Covers the 4 minerals and 2 trace element minerals - covering their function, excess and deficiency. Video for students to watch - includes information about Minerals (with links to vitamins also) showing a food science experiment - questions for students to answer are also included (answers already written and provided for teacher to present on a seperate slide. Plenary - discussion question. Fibre & Water - This 19 slide PPT covers the importance of fibre and water in our diet. It is full of colour and reliable subject knowledge. The content covers: Fibre’s and Water’s function, sources and deficency/excess. All task handouts are included with answers on the slides for the teacher/students to easily access. Interactive videos are also included as learning aids. Take a look at other great resources by MrsB: Teach with MrsB shop Art Worksheets Bundle D&T Worksheets Bundle Food 100 Mark Mock Paper Food Lessons, NEA, Exam Prep Bundle DT Lesson Bundle Enjoy Mrs B
Manufactured Boards
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Manufactured Boards

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This whole lesson focus on ‘Manufactured Boards’ and suitable for KS3 and Ks4 students. The PPT contains reliable subject knowledge, images, task sheets (along with mock question & answer) and links to ‘how it’s made’ videos. The lesson can be delivered by a specialist or non-specialist as part of a cover lesson (as all tasks are clear with printables and answers). The lesson includes: Starter - Name that board! Main - PPT slides clearly run through the 3 main manufactured boards - chipboard, MDF and Plywood. Task handouts encourage students to identify the wood by appearance and match them to their suited product. Students are provided with a mock exam question with answer. Plenary - Speed Questioning! You might be interested in purchasing this lesson as part of a bundle, the link is provided here: DT lessons x7 BUNDLE Take a look at other great resources by MrsB: Teach with MrsB shop Art Worksheets Bundle D&T Worksheets Bundle Food 100 Mark Mock Paper Food Lessons, NEA, Exam Prep Bundle DT Lesson Bundle Enjoy Mrs B
NEA 2 Eduqas Booklet
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NEA 2 Eduqas Booklet

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This NEA 2 Food guidance booklet is suitable for year 9, 10 and GCSE students studying Food. (EDUQAS) It is clearly presented with plenty of colour and includes accurate coursework guidance to achieve top marks! This guidance book is divided into the different sections and sub-sections to help structure the coursework and provides detailed guidance for each. Great student and college feedback. Take a look at other great resources by MrsB: Teach with MrsB shop Art Worksheets Bundle D&T Worksheets Bundle Food 100 Mark Mock Paper Food Lessons, NEA, Exam Prep Bundle DT Lesson Bundle Enjoy Mrs B
Still Life
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Still Life

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This still life drawing worksheet is suited for KS3, KS4 and GCSE students. This worksheet can be delivered by a specialist or non-specialist as part of a cover lesson. The tasks focus on drawing 3D shapes with added tone . It includes all tasks and printables. The worksheet is easy to follow. Key information has been provided to give the student knowledge of the subject. The following tasks are included: Task 1: Use a pencil to sketch the still life arrangement from box A to box B. Think about the composition and proportion of the objects. Use the grid to help you with the scale and position. Task 2: Add tone to your still life drawing. Press lighter with your pencil to create lighter tones and harder for darker tones/shadow. Refer to the Tonal Value Chart below for assistance. Duration: 2 hours+ Take a look at other great resources by MrsB: Teach with MrsB shop Art Worksheets Bundle D&T Worksheets Bundle Food 100 Mark Mock Paper Food Lessons, NEA, Exam Prep Bundle DT Lesson Bundle Enjoy Mrs B
Logo Design
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Logo Design

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This Sports Logo Design Drawings worksheet is suited for KS3, KS4 and GCSE students. This worksheet can be delivered by a specialist or non-specialist as part of a cover lesson. The tasks focus on exploring existing sports logo designs by drawing them, then creating their own sports logo. It includes all tasks and printables. The worksheet is easy to follow. Key information has been provided to give the student knowledge of the subject. The following tasks are included: Task 1: Replicate one of the Sport logos in the blank box. Focus on the bold straight lines or the curvature of the text used. Task 2: Create a new Sports logo using your own text and image. There are some examples below to inspire you. This logo may feature on clothing or sports equipment. Examples have been included for students to use as inspiration. Duration: 1 hours+ Take a look at other great resources by MrsB: Teach with MrsB shop Art Worksheets Bundle D&T Worksheets Bundle Food 100 Mark Mock Paper Food Lessons, NEA, Exam Prep Bundle DT Lesson Bundle Enjoy Mrs B
Typography
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Typography

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This Chocolate bar Typography worksheet is suited for KS3, KS4 and GCSE students. This worksheet can be delivered by a specialist or non-specialist as part of a cover lesson. The tasks focus on exploring existing chocolate bar logos and the use of typography. Then designing their own logo using the typography of their choice. It includes all tasks and printables. The worksheet is easy to follow. Key information has been provided to give the student knowledge of the subject. The following tasks are included: Task 1: Replicate one of the example bars on the blank chocolate bar wrapper. Focus on the bold straight line or the swirly flicks of each letter. Task 2: Create a new chocolate bar using your own style of typography. There are some examples below to inspire you. Examples have been included for students to use as inspiration. Duration: 1 hours+ Take a look at other great resources by MrsB: Teach with MrsB shop Art Worksheets Bundle D&T Worksheets Bundle Food 100 Mark Mock Paper Food Lessons, NEA, Exam Prep Bundle DT Lesson Bundle Enjoy Mrs B
Food Tracker
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Food Tracker

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This food tacker is a workbook covering 22 pages. The workbook acts as a progress tracker/revision list for students to track the topics they have extensive knowledge about and others they need to develop prior to their food exams. It is divided into categories covering all of the food topics studies throughout the GCSE - theory, practical and assessments (AQA & EDUQAS). Each table has clear descriptors providing examples where necessary to aid student’s understand. Students are encouraged to highlight the topics throughout their studies/revision period and date them. (Written annotations are optional) The tables are also divided into columns of 3. These are named- ‘Beginner, Developer and Master’. The definition of each is displayed on page 2 for the students and teacher to refer to. This is a fantastic book for the students and teacher to monitor progress…especially where OFSTED and observations are concerned. Not only this, but they can be used when talking to parents at parents evening, when setting student’s targets, throughout report writing and updating your intervention logs. What a fantastic way for observers to come and see how progress is made. You as a teacher can simply flick through student’s booklet and identify the areas student/students need to work on; whether this is a topic as a class, group or individually. The colour coded boxes are super easy to identify areas needing more or less focus. Alternatively, if you have a year 11 class, give this to them at the start of the revision season…get them to use this booklet as a revision checklist - SIMPLE! Take a look at other great resources by MrsB: Teach with MrsB shop Art Worksheets Bundle D&T Worksheets Bundle Food 100 Mark Mock Paper Food Lessons, NEA, Exam Prep Bundle DT Lesson Bundle Enjoy Mrs B
Healthy Eating, Planning and Cooking a Meal & Sensory Testing
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Healthy Eating, Planning and Cooking a Meal & Sensory Testing

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These 3 lessons focus on Healthy Eating, Planning a Meal for a Teenager, Food Practical and Sensory Testing. The 3 lessons are whole lessons and are divided into starter, main and plenary and suitable for KS4 students. Reliable content, video, worksheets, reference to GCSE Food cooking skills marking criteria, examiner marking criteria, dietary meal planning guidance, word banks and supportive resources will help students gain knowledge in these areas; and prepare them for planning and cooking a meal for a specific audience. These lessons are well presented to be both student and teacher friendly and each include their own lesson plan. Below outlines each lessons Learning Objectives - **Lesson 1: ** Theory To understand the importance of eating a variety of different foods from the Eatwell Guide. To plan a savoury meal for a teenager. To write a dovetailed time plan showing timings, logical method and special points. **Lesson 2: Practical To prepare, cook and serve a healthy savoury product suitable for a teenager. To showcase a range of technical skills when preparing and cooking a suitable savoury dish. To demonstrate and apply the principles of food safety and hygiene when cooking. To demonstrate a good working routine in the food room. To explain how the dish meets the requirements of the new Eatwell Guide. Lesson 3: Theory To understand why sensory testing is carried out and experiment with different types of sensory tests. To use a word bank and tasting chart to carry out sensory testing. You may find this lesson helpful Factors affecting Food Choices - Religion & Culture You may also find this resource beneficial: Factors affecting Food Choices - Personal, Social & Economical Take a look at other great resources by MrsB: Teach with MrsB shop Art Worksheets Bundle Food 100 Mark Mock Paper Food Lessons, NEA, Exam Prep Bundle DT Lesson Bundle Enjoy Mrs B
Menu Planning - Food Starter/Extension
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Menu Planning - Food Starter/Extension

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Ideal as a Food Starer/Extension task Targetted to KS3, however use to suit your students. Enjoy your free resource. This task has engaged all class groups. Please see more food resources in my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/MrsB772 I have detailed GCSE food resources to help NEA’s, Written & Practical food exams, revision, independent study task, trackers and full lesson PPT’s. Enjoy Mrs B
Eggs
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Eggs

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This is a whole lesson. It covers the topic of Farming Techniques of Eggs. This lesson is suitable for KS4 students studying food. This complete whole lesson can be delivered by a specialist or non-specialist as part of a cover lesson (as all tasks are clear with printables and answers). Take a look at other great resources by MrsB: Teach with MrsB shop Art Worksheets Bundle D&T Worksheets Bundle Food 100 Mark Mock Paper Food Lessons, NEA, Exam Prep Bundle DT Lesson Bundle Enjoy Mrs B
Fats
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Fats

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This lesson focuses on Fats needed in our diet and is suitable for KS3, KS4 and 11 students. This complete whole lesson can be delivered by a specialist or non-specialist as part of a cover lesson (as all tasks are clear with printables and answers). The lesson has been designed for a food lesson, but is also suited for PE, Health and Science. The lessons include: Lesson 1: To identify why our bodies need fats and which fats are healthier. To investigate the structure of a fatty acid chain and the changing properties of proteins when cooking is introduced. Explores: Excess and deficiency of Fats Saturated and unsaturated fats (Task sheet provided) This resource is free. To download more high quality resources visit MrsB’s shop. This lesson and more can be found as part of a LARGE food bundle: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/carbohydrates-eatwell-guide-and-healthy-eating-fats-fibre-and-water-minerals-protein-provenance-and-growth-vitamins-12252293 Take a look at other great resources by MrsB: Teach with MrsB shop Art Worksheets Bundle D&T Worksheets Bundle Food 100 Mark Mock Paper Food Lessons, NEA, Exam Prep Bundle DT Lesson Bundle Enjoy Mrs B
Fats
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Fats

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The two lessons focuses on Fats needed in our diet and is suitable for KS3, KS4 and 11 students. These complete whole lesson can be delivered by a specialist or non-specialist as part of a cover lesson (as all tasks are clear with printables and answers). The lessons have been designed for a food lesson, but is also suited for PE, Health and Science. The lessons include: Lesson 1: To identify why our bodies need fats and which fats are healthier. To investigate the structure of a fatty acid chain and the changing properties of proteins when cooking is introduced. Explores: Excess and deficiency of Fats Saturated and unsaturated fats (Task sheet provided) Lesson 2: To identify omega-3 & 6 foods types and why our body needs them. To investigate the impact fats has on our health; and name foods which should be reduced/encouraged. Explores: Transfats (Task - Fat comprehension task with answer sheet) You might be interested in purchasing this lesson as part of a bundle, the link is provided here: Nutrients lessons x10 BUNDLE Take a look at other great resources by MrsB: Teach with MrsB shop Art Worksheets Bundle D&T Worksheets Bundle Food 100 Mark Mock Paper Food Lessons, NEA, Exam Prep Bundle DT Lesson Bundle Enjoy Mrs B
Fibre and Water
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Fibre and Water

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This lesson focuses on Fibre and Water in our diet and is suitable for KS4 students studying food. This complete whole lesson can be delivered by a specialist or non-specialist as part of a cover lesson. It Is structured into starter, main and plenary and comes with learning objectives. This lesson is clearly presented and includes reliable subject knowledge. Students can approach learning via reliable content, videos, Q&A and discussions. These resources might also be handy: Teach with MrsB shop Nutrients lessons x10 BUNDLE Art Worksheets Bundle D&T Worksheets Bundle Food 100 Mark Mock Paper Food Lessons, NEA, Exam Prep Bundle DT Lesson Bundle Enjoy Mrs B