This is an engaging activity that uses gamification and acronyms to teach preservation processes and principles of preservation.
To use this activity the teacher sets up the 6 preservation process posters around the room. Student’s are then allocated food product cards and preservation processes definition cards where they must match the food product or definition with the preservation process that it best fits with.
Once students complete the game component of this activity, they then work through the worksheets provided on preservation processes and the principles of preservation.
- 1 x Emerging Technologies PowerPoint Presentation
- 1 x Teacher instructions page
- 6 x A4 Emerging Technologies Posters
- 24 x Risk and Benefit Cards
- 1 x Teacher answer sheet for the match up game
- 1 x Student worksheet
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.
Digital File Type: Zip PowerPoint
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