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 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”.
Three information booklets for pupils or none specialist teachers needing some guidance, for the research of the AQA Food Investigation Task 2018-19 for NEA1
Functional and Chemical properties of:
Protein for setting mixtures
Feel free to tweek and edit for your own use.
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.
75 mark exam broken down into 3 material areas:
Cooking and nutrition
I have followed the style of the new GCSE exams, starting with multiple choice questions and then moving on to more detailed questions.
Feel free to adapt the questions to your schemes
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.
Information hand out for pupils on the functional and chemical properties of protein ingredients when setting a chilled or baked dish.
Great to aid those teaching the new AQA NEA1 Food Investigtaion task, that are none specialists.
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.
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.