This is the second revision booklet I have put together for my year 11’s. It includes exam questions at the end, with mark schemes for the questions. Checkout the first in the series “Food, Nutrition and Health”.
Student book designed to hand out to pupils as an aid to revision. The first edition includes details of the exam, advice on how how to answer questions (including an explanation of exam terminology). This book covers the specification for Food, nurition and health. Very pupil friendly with plenty of pictures and colours - covers the energy balance, Macro and micro nutrients, the Eatwell Guide, current dietary guidelines. It has exam questions and a mark scheme at the end. Booklet for Food Scince, Food Provenance, Food Choice and Food Safety to follow.
This is a powerpoint with Christmas food facts and trivia for the end of term. There are 3 categories: Anagrams, True or False and trivia questions, all food related. Includes answers and information regarding the facts.
Guidance and suggestions for possible investigations for NEA1 AQA Food Investigation task 2019/20, chemical raising agents. Gives pupils a few variations of investigations along with advice. Provides basic recipes for scones, fairy cakes and biscuits that can be adapted as part of their investigations.
Information handout I have produced for my year 11 pupils to understand the functional and chemical properties of the ingredients used in shortcrust pastry to help them plan NEA1.
This is a power point I have put together to introduce to the year 11’s to the NEA Food Preparation task. I have included guidance to help the students choose the right theme for them.
All the resources you will need to introduce the new Food Investigation Task (NEA1) to the Food preparation and nutrition GCSE pupils. Includes a detailed powerpoint, starter activities,and template.
Information sheet on the functional and chemical properties of chemical raising agents to help pupils write the research section of NEA 1 AQA Food Investigation. Includes sources of information, so pupils can refer to these.
This is the mark criteria for AQA NEA1 Food Investigation Task. I give this out to pupils prior to completing the task.
Powerpoint with vitamins A, B, C, D. E and K and minerals: calcium, iron and sodium. Used to introduce micronutrients to year 10 pupils, who are struggling to remember the functions, sources and deficiencies. Can also be used for revision in year 11. Includes links on internet and suggestions of ways to remember facts.
I use this with the my year 10 pupils as an end of unit test. I have tried to recreate the style of the GCSE exam with a mix of question types - multiple choice, one word and more details questions.
I have taken these exam questions from the old Food and Nutrition specification and formatted them into 4 individual homework tasks, although they can be used in class for revision as well. I have included the actual mark scheme for the questions, all formatted so it is easy for the pupils to match up their answers with the mark scheme. Works really well, and has been good practice for the pupils, and espeically valuable for them to be looking at mark schemes, so they know what the exam boards are looking for. I am covering the AQA board, but can be used for others. These questions cover the topics of analysing the nutritional information of 2 products, vegetarians, food safety and environmental issues. Can be used with year 10 or 11, or year 9’s if you want to challenge them
Powerpoint to aid in the teaching of caramelisation and dextrinisation for new GCSE Food preparation and cooking.
I have used this with the year 7’s, as a none specialist I found this an easy project to teach, but still includes lots of skills to introduce the pupils to product design. Includes starter activities, some worksheets and end of unit assessment.
Information to help year 11 students with their research for NEA1 on the Functional and Chemical Properties of batters.
75 questions, 25 for each of the following material areas: Product design Textiles Cooking and nutrition I have based the style on the new GCSE exams with some questions multiple choice and some more detailed. I have also listed a year 7 exam in the same format. Please feel free to adapt them to suit your schemes.
Word document with the headings needed to complete the NEA1, with guidance in red as a reminder for pupils to remember what they need to include. I have found this helpful, as it allows pupils to ensure they include all the necessary information required.
This resources includes a poster to place by the sink (I find pupils do not know the difference between a dish cloth and a tea towel). Also included is a bell activity and homework task on the theme.
This is a powerpoint that I have put together to introduce the new Food investigation task to the pupils .It includes an explanation of the mark scheme and detailed explanation of what is expected to fully meet the criteria. I have also included a practice NEA, where pupils can try a food investigation task and short write up prior to completing the real one.