This covers up to three lessons. It involves the theoretical context of starch degradation, caramelisation and gelatinisation. The practical consists of making the custard and trifle to put into context the learning from the theory lesson.
This powerpoint explores a range of dietary induced diseases. Slides can be printed to use as "information stations" where pupils can retrieve information and make an informative infographic which can be presented back to the class.
This bundle was taught to my year 9 GCSE class. Full lesson Powerpoints consist of issues relating to energy balance, diet and disease, energy in food experiment, specific dietary groups.
It also includes activities and resources, such as, nutrition case studies where pupils play the role of the nutritionist, as well as experiment sheets to investigate the calorie content of foods.
Pupils loved these lessons and were engaged throughout the whole of the scheme.
This powerpoint outlines a whole science experiment which takes roughly one lesson to complete and another lesson to write up as a scientific report. The experiment investigates the calorie content within a range of foods. Pupils are then expected to relate their findings to energy balance and weight management.
Suitable for KS3 or for KS4 as a quick recap. This Powerpoint discusses the differences between macro and micronutrients and includes a range of tasks that can be used to help pupils explore food sources, benefits, the dangers of eating too much or too little.