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Help your students understand the nutrient compositions of a variety of different foods using this fun PowerPoint group activity.

This resource gives students the opportunity to recognise the main nutrients in a variety of foods. Create a healthy competition between peers by using this bright and engaging resource. This resource uses teamwork and collaboration to help students understand the nutrient compositions of a variety of foods. Use the PowerPoint, worksheet and group activity to help students tie nutrient compositions to real-world examples of food. Sample answers are provided as a guide only, and student answers may vary. The teacher instructions also provide activities that can be used as a starter and plenary.

Pack includes:

  • 26 Slide PowerPoint
  • 6 Nutrient Posters
  • Group Worksheet
  • Sample Answers
  • Teacher Instructions

Relevant to

NSW NESA FOOD TECHNOLOGY STAGE 6 SYLLABUS (2013)

Preliminary Food Technology

Nutrition

  • structure of carbohydrates, proteins and lipids

Contributes to:

NSW NESA FOOD TECHNOLOGY 7–10 SYLLABUS (2019)

Food Selection and Health

  • outline the functions and sources of nutrients, including proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and water

 ACT BSSS Curriculum Food for Life A/M Classification: A

Nutrition

  • Functions and sources of food nutrients

ACT BSSS Food Science and Nutrition A/T/M

Food and Nutrition

Specific Unit Goals

A Course

  • analyse the role, and interaction of, nutrients in the human diet

T Course

  • critically analyse the role, and interaction of, nutrients in the human diet

M Course

  • describe the role of nutrients in the human diet

ACT BSSS Senior Syllabus: Food & Resource Management YR 11-12

Nutrition

  • Functions and sources of food nutrients

ACT BSSS Curriculum Food Science & Management T

Nutrition

  • Functions and sources of food nutrients

Britain AQA GCSE Food Preparation & Nutrition (8585)

3.2 Food, nutrition and health

3.2.1 Macronutrients

QLD QCAA Food & Nutrition General Senior Syllabus 2019

Topic 1: Introduction to the food system

  • describe relevant facts and principles about vitamins, minerals and protein, including:
    • the functions of vitamins, minerals and protein in the body
    • nutrient reference value (NRV) of vitamins, minerals and protein in the diet
    • food sources of vitamins, minerals and protein

SA SACE Nutrition Stage 1 and Stage 2 2021

Core Topic 1: The Fundamentals of Human Nutrition

  1. Humans need essential nutrients for good health

1.1 Why do humans need to include essential nutrients in their diet?

  • How do macronutrients and micronutrients function?

TAS TASC Food and Nutrition: FDN315118 Level 2

Unit 1. Nutrition

  1. Macronutrients
  • types, functions, sources, consequences of imbalances:
  • protein (complete & incomplete)
  • lipids/fats (saturated, monounsaturated & polyunsaturated) and trans
  • essential fatty acids Omega 3 and 6
  • relationship between dietary fat and blood cholesterol levels including high density lipoprotein (HDL) and Low Density Lipoprotein (LDL).
  • carbohydrates (mono/disaccharides and polysaccharides including fibre)
  • water

WA SCSA Food Science & Technology YR 11 ATAR

Year 11

Unit 1 Food science

Nutrition

  • food sources and role of macronutrients and water in the body
    • protein – complete and incomplete
    • carbohydrates – starches, sugars, and fibre or cellulose
    • lipids – saturated fats and oils, and unsaturated fats and oils

WA SCSA Food Science & Technology YR 12 ATAR  

Year 12

Unit 3 Food diversity and equity

Nutrition

  • food sources and impact of macronutrient and water intake on health
    • protein – complete and incomplete
    • carbohydrates – starches, sugars, and fibre or cellulose
    • lipids – saturated fats and oils, and unsaturated fats and oils