NEA 1 AQA

NEA 1 AQA

Resources to help your NEA 1 run smoothly. This pack includes a presentation which outlines instructions for the students regarding the requirements of each section, the accessible marks and pointers on achieving the highest marks. Also included is a writing frame to ensure students include all of the required information and an instruction booklet for each section. This compliments the writing frame. Finally, random letter and numbers are included for the investigations.
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NEA 1 AQA

NEA 1 AQA

Resources to help your NEA 1 run smoothly. This pack includes a presentation which outlines instructions for the students regarding the requirements of each section, the accessible marks and pointers on achieving the highest marks. Also included is a writing frame to ensure students include all of the required information and an instruction booklet for each section. This compliments the writing frame. Finally, random letter and numbers are included for the investigations.
jamileecoull
Creaming Method - Build A Burger!

Creaming Method - Build A Burger!

Burger Cakes made using the creaming method. This lesson was amazing, the kids loved it. It helps students to see how the creaming method is used to make cakes. It was very fun, I used additional resources, such as, chef hats, burger boxes and created a burger station to set the scene.
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Egg coagulation/protein denaturation

Egg coagulation/protein denaturation

This is a powerpoint which contains an "information station" style activity which allows pupils to investigate egg coagulation and protein denaturation alongside testing eggs for freshness.
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Diet and Disease

Diet and Disease

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.
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Energy content of food - Energy balance

Energy content of food - Energy balance

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.
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Poultry

Poultry

Whole lesson on poultry. This lesson consists of a range of activities with a big numeracy emphasis exploring the cost of a whole chicken compared to individual chicken portions.
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Energy Balance

Energy Balance

This powerpoint outlines the theoretical principles of the importance of energy balance, what happens if we eat too little or too much. It consists of a range of activities to help embed the learning.
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Diet and Nutrition Scheme of Work

Diet and Nutrition Scheme of Work

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.
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AQA NEA 2 Writing Frame

AQA NEA 2 Writing Frame

A writing frame for NEA 2 tasks. This is just a general outline to help students plan what they are going to write and ensures that they include everything necessary to fulfil the marking criteria. This copy does feature silly pictures of my cats but these can be deleted as it is a Microsoft word copy.
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Sensory Testing/olfactory system

Sensory Testing/olfactory system

This is an introduction to taste testing food through a range of tasks, such as, identifying tastebuds and whether or not students are non-tasters or super-tasters, the olfactory system and a skittles taste test, alongside use of sensory descriptors and methods of taste testing.
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Micro and Macronutrients

Micro and Macronutrients

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.
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Methods of heat transfer

Methods of heat transfer

A quick starter/plenary activity which helps to check pupils level of understanding of the use of conduction, convection and radiation when cooking a range of foods.
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