A fun and engaging game with a great opportunity for extending students at all levels.
- Legislation PowerPoint
- 28 x Box of Doom scenario cards
- 1 x Teacher instructions
- 1 x Box of Doom worksheet 1 (Game worksheet)
- 1 x Box of Doom worksheet 2 (Explain scaffold and 28 extended response scenario worksheets)
- 1 x Teacher answer sheet for the Box of Doom game
This activity has a 3 step process:
Step 1: Students work through a PowerPoint investigating the impact of legislation on the Australia Food Industry.
Step 2: Students play Box of Doom, where the teacher reads a range of 28 scenario cards and students must answer questions on a worksheet provided.
Step 3: Students are provided with an explain scaffold and an extended response question worksheet for each of the 28 scenarios from Box of Doom. Students can either go through a range of extended responses or all students can do a different extended response. This resource has options for differentiation and extension for students for a range of abilities.
Box of Doom is created to directly meet HSC Food Technology outcome H1.2 with specific relation to policy and legislation.
Contributes to meeting the outcome:
H1.2: examines the nature and extent of the Australian Food Industry.
Resource Type: Activity, Game, Outcome Task.
Physical Product: Colour printed cards, worksheets and PowerPoint.
Digital File Type: Zip PowerPoint
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