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Food Studies

TOPICS

 

  • Be able to prepare food for cold presentation or cooking.
  • Select the correct ingredients for basic dishes
  • Choose the correct equipment and handle safely and hygienically
  • Prepare food items for cold presentation or cooking safely and hygienically
  • Set aside or store prepared food items ready for use according to instructions
  • Clean work areas and equipment safely and hygienically during and after preparing food
  • Cook food items safely and hygienically
  • Identify what went well and suggest any improvements
  • Know the effects of food on the body
  • Know the different food groups and their contribution to a healthy, balanced diet
  • Know the Eatwell Plate
  • State what the body uses food for
  • State the benefits of a healthy diet
  • State why different groups of people require different diets
  • List the major food groups
  • Describe a healthy, balanced diet
  • Check food labels for nutritional information
  • Describe the importance of regular fluid/water intake in relation to a balanced diet

SOUTHCOTE STEPS ASSESSMENT

 

 

SS9 + SS10

I can gather correct materials when I need them.

I can identify a recipe when preparing food.

I can choose important ingredients when I am making

With help I can prepare food hygienically

I can gather correct ingredients when I need them.

I can choose correct tools when I need them

I can handle equipment safely

I can choose correct equipment when I need them.

I can decide with help what I will make.

With help I can choose important ingredients (features) when I am making.

I can describe what texture I am creating.

I can identify a range of healthy foods.

I can identify a range of junk foods.

I can stop when I have finished making my product.

Is familiar with similarities with cooking styles.

Evaluation - with help I can say if I dislike / like the food I have prepared

Evaluation - With help I can say if I like, dislike the colours/themes.

I can name correct tools.

I can start to identify key words in a recipe

I can prepare food hygienically

I can prepare food safely

I can name correct equipment.

I can decide with little help what I will make.

I can decide with little help, how I will make.

With some help I can choose important colours/themes (features) of my making.

With help I can say what ingredients went into my cooking.

With help I can say what processes I used.

I can use equipment with help when needed.

I can use tools with help when needed.

I can follow instructions when making.

I can start to describe what I want to do.

I can start to describe what techniques I want to improve.

I can start to explain how something will work.

I can start to explain what my food product will do when being made (e.g. cooked/baked/mixed).

I listen to the teacher and make improvements when making .

Evaluation ? with some help I can say if I like, dislike the ingredients (features) I was going to use.

Evaluation ? I can say what I like about what I made.

Select correct ingredients for one basic dish

Know how to clean work areas safely and hygienically before food preparation

Know how to clean work areas safely and hygienically after food preparation

 

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