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Hi there Ive been teaching High School for 11 years. On here you will find resources for cooking, design, Art Computers, Industrial Arts and Literacy MY TEACHING STYLE I love putting a smile on my students faces. The most important thing is teaching little ones how to believe in themselves, that practice makes perfect and if they set their mind to it they can do anything.

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Hi there Ive been teaching High School for 11 years. On here you will find resources for cooking, design, Art Computers, Industrial Arts and Literacy MY TEACHING STYLE I love putting a smile on my students faces. The most important thing is teaching little ones how to believe in themselves, that practice makes perfect and if they set their mind to it they can do anything.
Food In Australia
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Food In Australia

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Studying Australia? In this 13 Week Program on the food in Australia and the Australian Identity students get to cook with bush tucker and learn about the various native fruits vegetables and protein sources available in the Australian Outback. Printable in word format. Easily adjustable for younger years. Addresses the following learning outcomes: Outcomes assessed: 5.2.2 accounts for changes to the properties of food which occur during food processing, preparation and storage 5.3.2 justifies food choices by analysing the factors that influence eating habits 5.4.2 communicates ideas and information using a range of media and appropriate terminology 5.5.1 selects and employs appropriate techniques and equipment for a variety of food-specific purposes 5.5.2 plans, prepares, presents and evaluates food solutions for specific purposes 5.6.1 examines the relationship between food, technology and society The students will learn about: · use of foods native to Australia · early European influences including - diet of early Europeans and introduction of new foods to Australia · causes of food deterioration and spoilage - microbial activity, enzymic changes, physical and chemical reactions, environmental factors · principles of food preservation and storage - moisture levels, addition of chemicals, temperature, pH level, oxygen · multicultural influences including - effects of immigration on lifestyle and food habits, types of foods and flavourings and preparation techniques and cooking methods · evolution of an Australian cuisine · influences on food selection including – physiological, psychological, geographical (topography/climate), social, economic, technological, religious · factors affecting current consumption patterns including – social, economic, nutritional, environmental, media/advertising · food packaging - forms/materials, functions, technological developments such as barrier, active, vacuum and gas, environmental impact · labelling/legal requirements - nutrition labelling, health claims, legal requirements · labelling symbols such as Glycaemic Index and Healthy Heart tick I look forward to hearing how it went with your class. This unit has been popular with mine. Sometimes I adjust it to suit my students and their likes. I look forward to hearing how you found it. Ms Avici If you enjoyed this resource you will love this Technology Bundle
Food Technology 7-10 Mega Bundle
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Food Technology 7-10 Mega Bundle

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Food Technology Year long Resource 7-10 food and a coffee resource for Hospitality FOOD and Beverage. Product Description Food Technology Mega Bundle (over $99.99 worth of value). Your resource purchases should be tax deductible. See below 7 TAS resources 8 Enrichment food resources 9 food technology programs assessments and exams 10 food technology programs, assessments and exams Bonus a Senior food technology 10 000 word chapter on food trends ( learn about the square watermelons of Japan). This ***should be fully tax deductible (****be sure to check with your tax agent). *In Australia only Claim Books, journals and professional library "You can claim a deduction for the total cost of a publication you purchase (including technical journals and reference books) if: you use the publication mainly for work purposes the publication is not part of a set you start to hold in that income year where the total set costs more than $300 the total cost of the item and any other identical or substantially identical items you start to hold in that income year does not exceed $300. If you pay for a subscription in advance for more than one year, you must divide the cost equally over the whole subscription period." from https://www.ato.gov.au/Individuals/Income-and-deductions/In-detail/Deductions-for-specific-industries-and-occupations/Teachers-and-education-professionals--work-related-expenses/?anchor=Booksjournalsandprofessionallibrary#Booksjournalsandprofessionallibrary ******* Please check with the ATO the site says: Books, journals and professional library. You can claim a deduction for the total cost of a publication you purchase (including technical journals and reference books) if: you use the publication mainly for work purposes ATO https://www.ato.gov.au/Individuals/Income-and-deductions/In-detail/Deductions-for-specific-industries-and-occupations/Teachers-and-education-professionals--work-related-expenses/?anchor=Booksjournalsandprofessionallibrary#Booksjournalsandprofessionallibrary Over 200 pages of food technology, programs, assessments and resources.
Electric Car booklet
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Electric Car booklet

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Everything one needs to construct an electric car and the folio (design steps and research) process booklet included.
Design and Technology Scope and Sequence
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Design and Technology Scope and Sequence

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Design and Technology Scope and Sequence A Unit plan outlining the design process, research, prototyping making and evaluating. This can be applied to software, hardware, websites, craft, furniture, business marketing etc A prototype of an actual product can be made or a system such as a diet plan. All the student has do do is identify a need to be fulfilled and then design a way to address that need. My students did this by making websites, designing whole school software, making wooden tables, glass tables, vases, solar phone chargers and a business shirt that had a magnetic strip instead of buttons. Enjoy. If you loved this you will love
9 Food in Australia program (only) + recipes
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9 Food in Australia program (only) + recipes

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9 Food in Australia Program + Recipes This resource includes 9 Food In Australia Program (only) Recipes are between two. ( I run this program with my year 9’s) I adjust it slightly depending on the cohort. Included Program 2x Numeracy Recipe Activities + Answers (measuring and recipe adjustment) 3x Literacy activities + Answers (comprehension and key terms activities). Over 10 pages of content. A perfect way to integrate numeracy and literacy in food. Answer sheets included. Email me if you would like this adjusted to your schools requirements. missavicis@gmail.com
Shark Tank Cookie Package Pitch
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Shark Tank Cookie Package Pitch

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This resource is an upgrade of my popular cookie resource. See below Resource is over 67 pages of content. It was an interdisciplinary unit We collaborated with Maths, English Food Tech and ICT faculties to create this diverse real world project. UPDATED to new TAS Syllabus** NSW AUSTRALIA**** Covers digital technologies, agriculture and food technologies, engineered systems, material technologies It can be run across year 7 only or expanded to run across year 8. Year 8 portion is still in development Shark Tank Cookie Package Pitch Introduction Program Teacher Booklet Student booklet (with folio inside). Learning outputs are 30 second pitch (Literacy) Cookie Package (Numeracy) Cookie Poster (Design and ICT component) Cookie (Numeracy and Literacy with ’ reading to learn’ strategy included) Folio This rich unit appeals to all learners incorporating kinesthetic, auditory visual activities that are both individual and group orientated. A hit every time we ran it with diverse learners, gifted and talented and enrichment classes. Let me know how you go missavicis@gmail.com Original Cookie Resource https://www.tes.com/en-us/teaching-resource/cookie-unit-11247984
Food Trends in the marketplace E chapter
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Food Trends in the marketplace E chapter

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Resource: Food Technology E Chapter Trends in the Market Place Senior Food Technology. Trends in the Marketplace A 39 page E chapter on genetically modified foods, the square watermelons of Japan and food industry trends. Chapter contains a summary overview and senior food technology exam practice questions. See below for outcomes. Outcomes: H2.1 evaluates the relationship between food, its production, consumption, promotion and health H3.2 independently investigates contemporary food issues H5.1 develops, realises and evaluates solutions for a range of food situations. Students learn to: identify trends in the marketplace discuss the relationships between developments in the food industry and trends in the marketplace plan and prepare foods/meals that reflect the trend toward value added products identify factors contributing to the inequitable access to the global food supply and discuss the consequences debate the issue of social justice related to food consumption in developed and developing parts of the world -If you liked this, you will love these- Food Technology Mega Bundle (over $99.99 worth of value) Over 200 pages of food technology, programs, assessments and resources. 7 TAS resources 8 Enrichment food resources 9 food technology programs assessments and exams 10 food technology programs, assessments and exams Senior food technology 10 000 word chapter on food trends (learn about the square watermelons of Japan)
Ms Avici Intro
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Ms Avici Intro

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Hi All A quick intro to who I am and what I do. Enjoy =) Ms Avici If you enjoyed this resource you will love this Technology Bundle
Numeracy Cookie Package
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Numeracy Cookie Package

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Geometry Design your own cookie packaging. Part of the interdisciplinary unit, or great as a stand alone assessment. Cookie package allows students to explore their creativity and manufacturing skills. They can make a design a box, make it and collaborate and bond in the process. Excellent for project based learning, excellent for real world numeracy. The assessment task below suited to these subjects: Technology , Food Technology and Entrepreneurship. It covers design of the students own package on using software. Or if your school does not have access then sketching out a package using geometric shapes. Students then come up with a modified cookie recipe (research a basic one to modify). Then market and promote it like the Kidpreneur Mr Cory above. I have run this with 4 classes, they love it and have come up with such different cookie projects every time. It brings together all of your class, teaches them Maths, Literacy and how to talk about their ideas so there is some leadership in there too. I really look forward to you using this and letting me know how you go. Nothing makes me more happy than colourful cookies.
Food Equity program
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Food Equity program

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Food Equity, For a discount on my full range of resources go here https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ms-Avici When you teach in a multicultural classroom like I do this program generates a lot of real discussion and opportunities to understand each other. It brings students together in their sharing of their cultural experiences of food. Not everyone has access to the living conditions and food we do. A great program to make students aware of the conditions world wide. Literacy and Numeracy as well as ICT Food Equity poses the question why do we have access to food that others dont? In this unit students are able to: -Demonstrate hygienic handling of food to ensure a safe and appealing product -Identify, assesses and manage the risks of injury and OHS issues associated with the handling of food. -Apply appropriate methods of food processing, preparation and storage -Describe the relationship between food consumption, the nutritional value of foods and the health of individuals and communities. -Justify food choices by analysing the factors that influence eating habits -Collect, evaluates and applies information from a variety of sources -Communicate ideas and information using a range of media and appropriate terminology -Select and employ appropriate techniques and equipment for a variety of food-specific purposes -Plan, prepare, present and evaluate food solutions for specific purposes -Examine the relationship between food, technology and society -Evaluate the impact of activities related to food on the individual, society and the environment. An excellent program for stimulating critical thinking. In Microsoft word format for easy editing. Enjoy and any feedback is welcome below. Literacy and Numeracy as well as ICT included. In Microsoft word format for easy editing. If you enjoyed this resource you will love this Technology Bundle
Classes Plan
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Classes Plan

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A seating plan for a class and a plan to plot out your weekly classes. An editable word document.
Resilience Coaching Program
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Resilience Coaching Program

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A set of 5 modules helping students with their emotional wellbeing and resilience skills. 1.Students are asked to assess their life in terms of what is happening. 2. Reflect on their behaviour in response to certain stimulus 3. Role play better behaviour to achieve an outcome more in line with their personal values and that brings them closer to their personal goals. We have had immense success with a boy on the Autism spectrum and will continue to refine the program with our other students. Activities have been formulated according to emotional intelligence practices and Neuro linguistic Programming for behavioural change.
Motivate
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Motivate

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Motivate Students through habits This presentation covers: Every classroom has triggers and cues that inform behaviour. This behaviour over time becomes a habit. Motivated students are in control. They act for rewards. Positive habit formation relies on forming group norms, appropriate cues and rewards. This presentation gives tips and tricks on how to change the unconsciou cues and rewards in your class to shift the habits of your class. Which in turn will help them to self motivate. This presentation was informed by the work of th habit formation master Charles Duhigg and the scientific studies he has conducted for his book The power of habit and William Glassers Choice theory.
Rates and Ratios
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Rates and Ratios

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A fun rates and ratio task to engage students to think about what is going into their bodies when they drink certain drinks. Print and go. Easy. If you enjoyed this resource you will love this Technology Bundle