Ten differentiated colour codes exercises, students to calculate the resistor values using the colour code provided.
Worksheets 1 to 5: Some bands are already identified
Worksheets 6 to 10: No bands are identified (some unusual values also included)
A workbook originally written for an NOCN Entry Level Basic Cooking.
This workbook contains:
A blank recipe sheets with space for photographic evidence and assessment feedback
Using The Cooker worksheet
Recognising Equipment worksheet
Eating a balanced diet (health plate) worksheet
Storing Foods Safety worksheet (3 pages)
Safety in the Kitchen worksheet
Evidence sheet for working safely
This resource consists of:
Two colour worksheets showing images of components and a blank space to the right: students to cut out symbols of components and place in the corresponding location. There are two sheets covering 40 electronic components including input/output devices, semiconductors and passive components. Answer sheets are included.
In addition an A3 poster is provided showing component images and the symbols that represent them. This can be printed out or projected onto board.
8 flashcards to cut out of PPE equipment. Powerpoint provided with description of each. Students to place in order on worksheet provided.
Resources also available on TES for download on the identification of tools and equipment - (23 tools and 40 pieces of electrical equipment)
40 cut out cards with images of a variety of insulators and conductors. Students to sort cards into: Insulator, Conductor and Not quite sure and stick or place over spaces on A3 sheet. The Not quite sure allows the opportunity for students to consider the effects of moisture or other external factors.
There are more cards than spaces on the worksheet allowing the resource to be used with the same class more than once by selecting alternative cards.
A complete lesson with the aim of raising awareness of the sugar content of processed foods. Students will learn how to read nutritional information on packaged products and determine their sugar content.
To reinforce the high levels of sugar present, students will compare the sugar content of foods with their equivalent in sugar cubes, smarties and biscuits based on a practical investigation.
Three worksheets: students to identify tools used in the construction of electronic circuits and state their purpose. The worksheets include the following tools:
Soldering iron stand
Flat head screwdriver
Ideal for an easy starter or plenary activity. The sheet includes six images of tools for students to identify, name and give an example use. The following tools are inlcuded:
An introductory workbook scheme for Year 7 students who are new to Food Technology. The workbook guides students through the fundamentals of health, hygiene, safety, use of equipment, nutrition, sensory testing and design of a product. Included are recipes for lemonade, fruit salad and coleslaw which allow students to explore a range of equipment and ingredients. A design task involves students planning, making and evaluating a pasta salad.
Page 1&2: Targets & Assessments - (Pages for students and teachers to assess learning and set targets)
Page 3: Hygiene and Safety Rules of the Food Technology Area
Page 4: Safety Rules for A Safe Kitchen - (worksheet)
Page 5: Food Hygiene - (worksheet)
Page 6&7: Washing & tidying up (worksheet)
Page 8: Kitchen Equipment (worksheet)
Page 9: Health and Safety rules
Page 10&11: Cookers and Hobs (worksheets)
Page 12: Lemonade
Page 13: Health plate
Page 14: Health plate (worksheet)
Page 15&16: Healthy Eating (worksheets)
Page 17: Vitamins and Minerals worksheet
Page 18: Recipe for fruit salad
Page 19&20: Nutrition test
Page 21-23: Food sensory testing (worksheets)
Page 24: Coleslaw recipe
Page 25: Sensory testing of coleslaw made by two different methods (worksheet)
Page 26: Designing an pasta salad (worksheet)
Page 27: Pasta salad design specification (worksheet)
Page 28: Pasta salad ideas (sketch page)
Page 29: Pasta salad design (sketch page)
Page 30: Planning the salad (flowchart worksheet)
Page 31: Pasta salad evaluation (worksheet)
Page 32: Packaging design (sketch page)
Page 33: Sensory evaluation of pasta salad (worksheet)
Page 34: Personal evaluation of the course (worksheet)
Six worksheets used as an extended learning activity or homework. They cover the following topics:
Electronics tools and equipment
Electronic Components 1
Electronic Components 2
Resistant Materials (plastics)
Ten colour codes exercises, students to colour in the resistors to represent the values given
Worksheets 1 to 5: Some bands are already coloured in
Worksheets 6 to 10: All bands are to be coloured in (some unusual values also included)
Print and cut out the dominoes which consist of an image of a component and a description of another component. Students to align the dominoes in sequence so the description matches the appropriate adjacent image.
The resource contains two separate sets:
Set 1: Input and output components
Set 2: Passive and active components
This resource consists of six worksheets suitable as quick activities in the classroom. The worksheets included are:
Naming pieces of equipment
Naming of electrical equipment
Explaining what pieces of equipment can be used for
Naming ingredients and stating if they need to be cooked or not
Health eating plate
A lesson to introduce different fruits from around the world through sensory testing.
Opportunity to discuss topics such as nutrition and healthy eating. Originally planned for a group of Y8 students with SEN.
The resource consists of:
A detailed lesson plan
Animated powerpoint which shows fruit flying from countries of origin to the UK when clicked
Images of friends to be cut out (and laminated)
8x A4 size pictures of fruits with name and flag identifying country of origin
Flash card activity for electrical workshop tools and equipment. Set of 23 flashcards to cut out. A 23 page powerpoint gives a description of each tool and students to place or stick appropriate images over the six blank spaces on worksheet. Good for starters/plenary, appropriate tools can be selected depending on focus of the lesson. Tools covered are:
PVC pipe cutter
Steel tape measure
A 32 page workbook consisting of 32 worksheets. It was originally designed as a revision activity for my Year 11 GCSE Electronic Products students. It can also be used as a classroom resource.
Advantages and disadvantages of different power sources
Input and output devices
Calculating resistor values
Resistor labeling conventions
Resistor preferred values (E12)
Resistor preferred values (E24)
Potential divider calculations x2
Potential dividers with LDRs and thermistors
LED limiting resistor calculation x2
Calculating RC time constants
555 Astable circuit
555 Astable calculations x2
555 Monostable circuit
555 Monostable calculations
Signal types (analogue & digital waveforms)
Buffers and NOT gates
AND gates and OR gates
NAND gates and NOR gates
XOR gates and combined logic gates
A4 posters of some of the most famous scientists and engineers with the SI units that bare their names. Namely: