A3 Packaging Poster – Physical
A fun twist on the engaging game ‘Celebrity Heads’.
A great activity to play with your students to using 24 career ‘Celebrity Head’ cards from all four sectors of the Australian Food Industry. You can use this game with your HSC students to introduce this topic, or as a revision game.
Either play with 3 students at the front with the whole class or split the class into 4 groups and play mini games.
When the game is complete, students will be able to complete the worksheet to ensure they move the information from surface knowledge into deep knowledge.
Created to directly meet the Stage 6 Food Technology syllabus dot point:
To play, simply select 3 students to be ‘in’. Have them stand in front of the whiteboard or against a blank wall and blu-tak the laminated sheets above their heads out of their view.
Students will have the opportunity to ask yes or no questions, which the rest of the class can answer. They will take it in turns from left to right, unless someone asks a yes question, then they get an extra turn which continues until they get a no.
Before beginning it would be useful to have a class brainstorm about the type of meaningful questions, they could ask to reveal the food career.
Some starting questions might be:
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This is activity incorporates gamification and higher-order thinking for your students!
This activity has 3 steps:
Stage 6 Food Technology 2009. This activity meets the outcome from the NSW Food Technology Stage 6 Syllabus. H1.2: examines the nature and extent of the Australian Food Industry. It specifically relates to the emerging technology section of the syllabus.
This activity was created to directly meet outcome:
H1.2: examines the nature and extent of the Australian Food Industry.
Resource Type: Activity, Game and Outcome Task
Physical Product: Colour printed and laminated products, PowerPoint, Paper worksheets.
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Engage your students with this Agriculture and Food Technologies games pack. Includes three games for you to use in the classroom; Beat the Beanstalk game, Farm Bingo and Feed Me.
Students learn a variety of aspects from the Technology Mandatory – Agriculture and Food Technologies Syllabus. Including but not limited to; predicting ideal conditions for growth and development of an agricultural plant or animal, communicate recipe improvement or enhancement and identifying safe work practices.
Beat the Beanstalk:
Beat the Beanstalk is aimed at involving students on both a theoretical knowledge and kinaesthetic level.
Feed Me is aimed at involving students in predicting optimum food and growth of development of animals and plants.
Farm Bingo is aimed at testing student’s knowledge of specific food and agricultural animals. The teacher uses the cryptic calling card, ready outs each item until there is BINGO winner.
Resource Type: Classroom Activity, Game, Posters, Starter and Plenary
Downloadable File Type: PDF (Acrobat) Document File ZIP
Do your students have difficulty understanding the nutrient requirements for various groups within the life cycle? Do they struggle to interpret nutritional information panels?
This resource includes student-friendly activity sheets for years 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. Each nutrition panel decoder explains how to understand nutritional information panels in a simple manner. The nutritional panel decoder is suitable for secondary students and presents a clear visual structure that increases engagement and learning in the classroom.
Nutritional information panels outline the components of processed food and if students can understand the tables with clarity, they can make more informed choices. Understanding and accessing nutritional panels are also imperative to Food Technology content throughout Stage 4, 5 and 6.
A variety of colour posters aimed at breaking down key aspects of the HSC Food Technology Syllabus.
Use as a visual guide for your students by placing these posters around your classroom.
Some of the posters cover; function of food additives, unit operations, preservation processes, food deterioration and spoilage, malnutrition and diet-related disorders.
These posters are broken down into a clear, simple and visual structure increasing student identification and understanding of these concepts in the classroom.
Place an order today and have them shipped to you ready to place around your classroom.
Please note: This is the same product as the ‘HSC Food Technology Resource Posters – Digital’ resource.
This product design was updated in September 2019
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