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9 FOOD

Module 1

Module 2

Module 3

Module 4

Assessments

Practical’s

Safety

Safety in the Kitchen

Safe food

Video’s

Food & Nutrition

Healthy diet

Food Groups & Serving sizes

Food Pyramid/ Eatwell plate

Measuring Solids & Liquids

Worksheet & Practical Observations

Food Labels

Video/DVD ‘Shop for life’

Reading food labels

1. Planning for practice

2. Brief development

3. Outcome development & evaluation (food or fabric)

 

 

  • Savoury Cases
  • Baked Potato
  • Cinnamon Pinwheels
  • Modified recipe practical
  • Pizza snack/ class choice

Worksheets:

All completed in booklets

Safety Rules

Safe Food

Worksheets:

All completed in booklets

Lunch to munch

Food Pyramid/ Eatwell plate

Vegetable classifications

Serving Sizes Gotta hand it to ya…

Worksheets:

All completed in booklets

Measuring Solids and Liquids.

Worksheets:

All completed in booklets

Making choosing easier

Food Label – Separate sheet

 

 

 

Worksheets:

All completed in booklets

Food Label – Separate sheet

 

Each practical is marked and recorded

Skill Development

Personal Hygiene

Safe Food & Knife Practices

Measuring solids & liquids

Using measuring spoons

Preheating oven

Safe stove practices

Recipe reading skills

Homework sheets – 9 FOOD                          

 

GetWize2health

Worksheet #1

Funman 2 to the rescue Interview Challenge 1

Worksheet #2

Challenge 2

Worksheet #3

Money Challenge 3

Worksheet #4

Ten, Ten, Five

Worksheet #5

Takeaway Challenge

Worksheet #6

Active8 Challenge

Worksheet #7

Your Challenge

General Resources:

http://www.foodforum.org.uk/

http://www.gofor2and5.com.au/article.aspx?c=1&a=5

Fabric Technology

An opportunity has arisen for you to construct a pencil case from fabric for a gift.

You will have to follow the following specifications:

  • Must use  fabric
  • Must be decorated
  • Must be completed by the end of the module
  • Must have a working zip
To complete the pencil case you will need to do the following:
  • Decide on fabric and zip colour.
  • Survey other people to see which decoration you will use for your pencil case.
  • Share machines with other students
  • Construct the pencil case.
  • Evaluate the project.                  

 




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