A fun 2019 Christmas quiz split into 5 rounds lasting for approximately 1 hour.
Round 1: In the news (Current affairs questions from 2019)
Round 2: Guess the Christmas song
Round 3: True or false (Christmas fact/fiction questions)
Round 4: Guess the celebrity (celebrities hidden under christmas disguises!)
Round 5: Christmas Trivia
All answers included! 45 points in total. Can be played in teams/individually.
A set of detailed and informative knowledge organisers which cover all the topics in Food Preparation and Nutriton. All knowledge organsiers cover the specification in detail and feature keywords. My class have them alongside the topics when I’m teaching them and use them for homework and intervention. I also use them for cover lessons. They are tailored towards OCR spec but relevant to all exam boards as content overlaps. All KO’s are editable if needed.
Ideal KS3 lesson to explore what makes a good leader vs what makes a bad leader. The lesson looks at famous leaders and examines their qualities. Students then debate who they think is the best leader and why. Worksheets to go alongside lesson. Also ideal for a one off cover lesson.
A detailed lesson designed for Food Preparation and Nutrition GCSE. It looks at the following technological developments:
Additives (colourings etc)
Functional foods (prebiotics, probitoics, sterols and stanols)
Includes a missing word worksheet and lots of recap tasks. Information is very visual to help with information retention. Would suit a double lesson, or across 2 singles.
A detailed PowerPoint introducing the key concepts in surrounding food poisoning. Introduces types (biological, chemical and physical) as well as the symptoms, at risk groups, conditions bacteria need, high risk and low risk foods. The PowerPoint has some tasks included and can be easily adapted. Would suit a double lesson or could be used as a cover resource.
Ideal for KS3 students to understand non verbal communication and what it may indicate. Discusses positive and negative body language and how to read this. It provides an opportunity for students to consider different scenarios and suggest what types of body language may be appropriate and inappropriate. Worksheets to go alongside it.
A detailed powerpoint with clear points about the three non enzymic browning reactions; caramelisation, dextrinisation and maillard reaction. Tasks include a quick quiz to begin with, comparing the three reactions, a guess which reaction is taking place, exam questions and filling in the missing words plenary. There are video links to useful youtube videos to also help supliment the information. My class like visual and interactive lessons so there are plenty of images to help reinforce information.
A series of slides which focus on the importance of good attendance at school. Features facts, expectations, why is it important to attend and what students can be doing to achieve good attendance. An ideal 15 min assembly or tutor activity. Can be easily adapted!
A bundle of resources which supported a curriculum/focus days on homelessness. This includes a booklet of activities and thought provoking lessons to go alongside them. The aim was for students to learn about homelessness and what it might be like to be homeless and then carry out fundraising which could be donated to a local homeless shelter.
A detailed lesson aimed at recapping the eatwell guide and healthy eating guidelines for KS3/4. Activities include adapting recipes to include more dietary fibre and less saturated fat. Worksheets include recipe modification and a blank eatwell guide.
Differentiated lesson with all resources on PowerPoint. Starter looks at identifying weighing and measuring equipment. Variety of scaffolded tasks including quick conversions quiz to examine understanding and then looks at recipes and how to convert them into various quantities. This could be adapted for KS4 by making the conversions based on metric/imperial etc. This is a good cover lesson also if needed.
A detailed KO which covers the whole of the Food Provenance topic for GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition. Designed for OCR spec but suitable for others as most content overlaps. KO is in A3 and double sided and includes a clearly laid out keyword section. Can be edited if needed. Gave this my class along side teaching the unit and used it for homework, revision and intervention!
Year 9 Food Booklet - Foods from around the world. Topics include pastry and the function of ingredients in pastry, food storage and high risk foods and special diets and adapting recipes. Recently revised to bring in line with new GCSE food specs.
A detailed KO which covers the whole of the Food Science topic for GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition. Designed for OCR spec but suitable for others as most content overlaps. KO is in A3 and includes a clearly laid out keyword section. Can be edited if needed. Gave this my class along side teaching the unit and used it for homework, revision and intervention!
Lesson aimed at KS4 GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition focused on minerals
Covers the minerals iron, calcium, sodium and fluoride. Includes detailed information and memory tasks/filling in missing words.
A detailed KO which covers the whole of the Food Safety topic for GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition. Designed for OCR spec but suitable for others as most content overlaps. KO is in A3 and includes a clearly laid out keyword section. Can be edited if needed. Gave this my class along side teaching the unit and used it for homework, revision and intervention!
A detailed lesson which explores the function of fats in baking (aeration, shortening and plasticity). The lesson is very visual and includes a variety of tasks such as quizzes, exam questions and keyword recaps.