This is a scheme of work that I wrote for WJEC catering could also be used for other KS4 food/hospitality courses.<br />
It is a 22 lesson sow which also includes suitable practical activities<br />
All lessons are differentiated with grading criteria for tasks displayed<br />
It includes a continuous powerpoint for the SOW which includes all lessons- starters, main tasks, plenaries and homeworks. It also includes embedded recipes for practical lessons and also any additional resources needed for any lesson are embedded in the powerpoint.<br />
This also includes an end of unit test with markscheme and also evaluations for practicals etc.<br />
My lessons are very pupil led with a variety of activities and feedback from lessons observed in this scheme have been good to outstanding.<br />
Topics covered include:<br />
Food poisoning<br />
Food storage<br />
Temperature control<br />
Requirements of food handlers<br />
Environmental health officers<br />
Practical lessons focus on skill development and include:<br />
Bakewell tart<br />
Broccoli and stilton soup<br />
Spaghetti and meatballs<br />
Beef stroganoff<br />
Chinese chicken and mushrooms<br />
and these correspond with the RAG skill development tracker<br />
A worksheet that looks at the political parties and the 3 main party leaders.
A bingo game to introduce words and symbols to do with voting, politcs and election.
A teacher's calling card with all the words and symbolsfor the bingo game.
A voting slip to use in a mock election with three candidates Elvis Presley,Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe.
A link to my blog listing further resources to help you teach about voting.
Young Apprentice style competition for group work - enough to cover at least 6 lessons. First lesson is an introduction to some of the difficulties that elderly people face at home and in the community. Pupils then work in groups to design and make a protype for an invention which could help. Final lesson is when groups present their ideas and vote on the winning design.<br />
Originally used for a SEN group as an ASDAN challenge.